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For week ended November 21, 1999 Posted 24 Feb 2001
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LDS rock star treated like a saint (So long, Bannatyne)

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA: 30 years ago, four young men from Winnipeg were on top of the world. For the first three weeks of May 1970, The Rock Band, The Guess Who had a single titled žAmerican WomanÓ that was the No. 1-selling single in the world. Among the group, church member Randy Bachman was lead guitarist.
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22nd Annual Washington D.C. Temple Visitors Center Festival of Lights

22nd Annual Festival of Lights at the
Washington D.C. Temple Visitors' Center
9900 Stoneybrook Drive, Kensington, Md.

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3rd-generation Hale takes stage in 'Saigon'

Swenson will fly to Seattle for rehearsals with the production's touring company before his December 20 appearance at the Paramount Theater. Swenson is a multi-talented performer who has just finished directing the Hale Centre Theatre's 15th annual production of, "A Christmas Carol."

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Mormon Artists lead in 'Sound of Music in Virginia

Two Young Mormon Artists are playing the lead roles in The Sound of Music at the Riverside Theater and Conference Center in Fredericksburg, VA.

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Nu Skin video popular among LDS Church members (Nu Skin gets behind the camera)

A film made by cosmetics company Nu Skin International has become surprisingly popular among members of the LDS Church. The company's film, "Turning Point" has evidently found an audience among members of the Church, in spite of the fact that it isn't aimed at Church members and doesn't specifically mention the Church.

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