Review: SPCO performances worth braving wicked roads
Neither snow nor ice nor plowed-in driveways could keep the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra from its appointed Friday morning concert.
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#1 Feb 23, 2014
800 plus crashes, Most if not all schools CLOSED, State Patrol advising to NOT drive in Metro, Nearly ALL roads in Southern Minnesota CLOSED including 40 miles of I-35, and some music players perform? What the hell is wrong with people? Rhetorical question for all you haters out there. Just look around at your fellow fool and you will answer the question yourself.
Saint Paul, MN
#2 Feb 24, 2014
I wouldn't walk next door in June to watch these prima donnas.
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