OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! What Should a Princess Look Like?
I had the best princess role model when I was a child. Although she had beautiful dresses and ornate, stylish hairdos just like the Disney lineup of princesses, she also carried a blaster, didn't ta... Posted on 7/12/13 at 9:51 PM
STAFF BLOG REEL TALK Monday mix: Dance moves
With spring even more delayed after yesterday's snowfall, I think this Monday calls for a particularly adorable clip.
Click here for a shorty that's sure to make you smile. Hope you enjoy and happy M... Posted on 4/22/13 at 11:00 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Mediterranean Chicken With Artichokes, Peppers, and Olives
Here is a quick and easy recipe that's loaded with things that you can keep in your pantry for nights when company is coming or for the times when you simply don't feel like stopping at the grocery st... Posted on 12/18/12 at 9:51 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST Changing Your Life
Two out of every three Americans are either overweight or obese. Thats a lot of people! If we are one of these larger Americans, what can we do about it; losing weight is not an easy process. I bel... Posted on 11/27/12 at 8:30 PM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Why I Knit
My mother taught me to knit when I was 15. In her day, she said, a woman knit in between romantic relationships. An especially heart wrenching breakup, followed by months of no dates at all, could res... Posted on 8/9/12 at 1:36 PM
Most product reviews tell you what a product can do. Let me tell you what Tea Tree shaping cream by Paul Mitchell doesn’t do. It doesn’t turn the top of my head into a rock-solid chunk of hair. It doesn’t take forever to set. It doesn’t leave a goopy residue on my hands. What does it do?
Studio Cream Eyeliner by e.l.f. is the first nonstick or nonpencil eyeliner I’ve purchased. The product comes in an adorable, little glass container with a tiny brush. It’s extremely creamy and pigmented. And, to my surprise, it’s easy to apply.
Surrounded by several bottles of nail polish, striper brushes, dotting tools, cotton balls and nail polish remover, Katie Hastings, Grand Forks, sits on the floor of her townhome almost every Friday night attempting to perfect her next nail art design.
Frustrated by the ease at which digital photos can be taken and doctored, some artists are kicking it old school: They’ve revived wet plate collodion photography, a medium invented and popular during the mid-1800s.
Jason Carey’s interest in growing a beard has grown way beyond what he ever could have envisioned, he said. It’s grown into a mission to celebrate the bearded face, linked with a way to support the local Circle of Friends Humane Society.
Two years ago, Krystol Tofstad of Grand Forks created a Halloween costume for her 8-year-old son, David, that was a real head-turner. She crafted a ghoulish figure holding a “bloody,” plastic bin that appears to contain a body — that was David. No costume for the faint-hearted.
A regular customer couldn't get into Michael Flaherty's barber shop one day, so he went elsewhere and asked for a low-bald fade. "She said, 'Oh you want a ball fade?' and she took her clipper attachment off and went meeeoooorrrr right over the top of his head," said Flaherty, who operates Fade Masters in downtown Bemidji.
Wearing light khaki crops, a gray top and warm caramel jacket, Mary Froese created the perfectly polished ensemble from head to toe. Froese, of Winnipeg, was in Grand Forks visiting old friends with her husband. Before returning to Canada, she stopped at Macy’s in Columbia Mall to see if anything would catch her eye.
Carrying her leftovers from lunch, Brittney Blake of Grand Forks was in a hurry to get back to work. Wearing dark slacks, a blue and white striped button down and a caramel blazer, she was sporting the perfect modern, business-casual look for her job as a law clerk in downtown Grand Forks.
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