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East Prairie students to learn from professional ballet dancers
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1939’s classic films on the big screen at Pickwick Theatre
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Mary, Seat of Wisdom School in Park Ridge honors its athletes
Judge throws out lawsuit filed against District 74
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Movies: ‘The Skeleton Twins’ reviewed, along with new, recent films Arts & Entertainment
Movies: ‘The Skeleton Twins’ reviewed, along with new, recent films
James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain get tragically romantic in “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby,” trapped teens get fleet-footed in “The Maze Runner,” Jason Bateman and crew get family-phobic in “This is Where I leave You, “Justin Long gets kidnapped in “Tusk,” Liam Neeson gets gravely endangered in “A Walk Among the Tombstones” and Christoph Waltz gets equation anxiety in “The Zero Theorem,” all in area theaters.
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