The film was written, directed and produced in 2014 by Woodbury High School graduate Joe Carlini, who now lives in Los Angeles. Carlini, who has won two Emmy Awards and has been nominated six times, will be in Woodbury for the screening. Cast and crew members also will attend. The film is described as a coming-of-age film about high school bullying, depression, teen drinking, drugs and teen suicide prevention. Much of it was shot in Woodbury.
However, who is responsible now for increased state funding? I believe it is Gov. Mark Dayton. The governor has always supported adequate or expansive funding for public education in his years as governor. But, Republicans have found public education expendable and have tried to cut public education funding. Some because it is a public and pro-union institution and so they want to divert funding into anti-union charter schools, private schools, or home-school initiatives.
Country musicians entertained audiences - and helped raise money for local efforts - during Ramble Jam Sept. 15-16 in Farmington.The two-day festival took place at the Dakota County Fairgrounds.In its seventh year, the festival was organized by the Farmington Rotary Club and others. It's the club's...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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