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Dungeons & Dragons fans play in Rexburg

On Saturday, Feb. 20, the Madison County Library staged a bimonthly gro game of Dungeons & Dragons. Robin Armstrong, 39, a Rick’s College alumnus started...

Saying ‘om’ for a less stressful life

Yoga has been practiced by women in the United States since the late 1800’s according to healthywomen.org. Yoga is thousands of years old and...

Quick hits: Web culture: What A&E thinks you need to see

Blog Who needs Twitter? Kick it old school and get back to blogs. Bloggingheads.tv is a fresh blog that hopes to be an “unusual expression...

‘Dungeons & Dragons’: debate over the duel

Jeff White: Point The point: Dungeons & Dragons is a valid and socially acceptable form of entertainment. It draws on the creativity of the players. It...

God’s everlasting love

The production was advertised as a “service of sacred music.” The evening opened with an orchestral prelude followed by an invocation by Collegiate Singers’...

The A&E Hitlist: This week’s Web culture

THE MAXIMUM FUN PODCAST: The Sound of Young America What began as a college radio show eventually grew into a nationally broadcast Public Radio International...

99-year-old Remembers Rexburgs Past

 Miriam Ricks rises with the sun. She gets , combs her hair, brushes her teeth and prepares for another day in Rexburg, where she...

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