Sarah Lemanczyk

Sarah Lemanczyk appears in the following:

Sherlock's Archive

Friday, December 23, 2011

Where would you expect to find the world's largest Sherlock Holmes archive? Try nine stories below Minneapolis, in the rare book collection at the University of Minnesota. Sarah Lemanczyk descends for a visit ...

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The Summer of the Ukulele

Friday, July 01, 2011

From the Japanese duo U900 to the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, to pop acts like Amanda Palmer and Zee Avi, to the irreproachably cool tUnE-yArDs, you can barely avoid musicians trying out a tiny new axe these days. The trend may have reached...

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School of Pop

Friday, May 27, 2011

The 10th season of American Idol just ended last week — and its impressive ratings prove we’re still suckers for a pop star Cinderella story. But how do you get from singing in your shower to performing on TV to millions of people? You might try Boston’s Berklee College of Music, one of the top...

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School of Pop

Friday, May 21, 2010

Is it possible for someone to learn to sing online? We sent reporter Sarah Lemanczyk to the Berklee School of Music's virtual course to see whether the pop music training could spin gold out of Sarah's straw-like voice.

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Green Rockers

Friday, April 09, 2010

Corn-based shrink wrap on the CDs, biofuel buses, recycling riders, organic hair spray: this is the greening of rock n' roll. Sarah Lemanczyk talked to the indie rock band Cloud Cult, which manages its carbon footprint and has fun at the same time.

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Sherlock's Archive

Friday, December 25, 2009

Where would you expect to find the world's largest Sherlock Holmes archive? Try nine stories below Minneapolis, in the rare book collection at the University of Minnesota. Sarah Lemanczyk descends for a visit.

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Green Rockers

Friday, November 14, 2008

Corn-based shrink wrap on the CDs, biofuel buses, organic hair spray: this is the greening of rock n’ roll. Sarah Lemanczyk talked to the indie rock band Cloud Cult, which manages its carbon footprint and has fun at the same time.

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"Little House" the Musical

Friday, August 15, 2008

In the 1930s Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote books about her childhood on the American frontier in the late 1800s. In the 1970s Michael Landon and Melissa Gilbert starred in a hugely successful TV show based on the stories. A zillion ...

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Green Rockers

Friday, April 18, 2008

Corn-based shrink wrap on the CDs, biofuel buses, organic hair spray: this is the greening of rock n’ roll. Sarah Lemanczyk talked to the indie rock band Cloud Cult, which manages its carbon footprint and has fun at the same time.

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Mr. Bahl's Studio of Wonders

Friday, August 03, 2007

Paleontology is a field where history can be rewritten with each new discovery. In a basement in St. Paul, Minnesota, Michael Bahl is something of an amateur paleontologist. He reconstructs the skeletons of mammals that never quite existed. We sent Sarah Lemanczyk to his ...

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Ibsen Forever

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Once again this winter, followers of the "the father of modern drama" Henrik Ibsen flock to the rural town of Lanesboro, Minnesota, for the annual Ibsen festival. Sarah Lemanczyk wanted to know why the gloomy Norwegian playwright inspires such devotion.

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Albee & Me

Saturday, January 15, 2005

When Edward Albee added a whole new act to his classic play the Zoo Story, he horrified one of his diehard fans. Sarah Lemanczyk tracked down the playwright to ask him how he could make such a drastic change to her favorite play, which he wrote 44 ...

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Albee & Me

Saturday, June 05, 2004

This year, when Edward Albee added a whole new act to his classic play The Zoo Story — he horrified one of his diehard fans. Sarah Lemanczyk tracked down the playwright to ask him how he could make such a drastic change to her favorite play, which he wrote 44 ...

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