Saturday and Sunday 135 vendors will sell North Dakota products in Grand Forks The Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase, a marketplace for North Dakota products from wine and candy to manufactured goods and home decor, is preparing for big things Saturday and Sunday at the Alerus Center.
Dear Shirley, We put Halloween away this week. It’s all over except for the broken jack-o-lanterns and the bowls of candy sitting around. With the coming of colder weather, people start cooking up a storm here in the flat north land. There’s a bundle of church bazaars and luncheons coming up this weekend.
Agri-tourism contributing more to farm incomes Todd and Carrie Nelson are full-time farmers, growing spring wheat, pinto beans and soybeans near Grand Forks Air Force Base. They also are earning an increasing part of their living from something they started in 1997 as a “very, very small scale” side job, Todd Nelson said. A pumpkin patch.
Halloween celebrations for adults are approaching frighteningly fast as youngsters gear up for a night of trick or treating on Monday. Zombies have come alive as the hottest trend in costumes for adults, while kids have been flocking to Angry Birds suits.
Chainsaws? Yawn. Bathtub electrocutions? Done them. Demented, blood-thirsty clowns? So 2001. For Universal Orlando, the big theme park here that counts on Halloween as a crucial profit center, the art of the scare sure isn’t as easy as it used to be.
“Politics and the Graphic Image” is the theme of the UND Arts & Culture Conference on Tuesday and Wednesday that will focus on an exhibit of cartoon art from a magazine called World War 3 Illustrated and a speech by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Clay Bennett.
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