The Grand Forks Automobile Club elected Fred Haverland president 100 years ago. And the club dedicated itself to working for better roads. Along with roads, people were concerned about women’s suffrage 100 years ago. A new meeting was scheduled in City Hall. The purpose of the meeting was to organize a “Voice for Women” club.
Choreographing musicals makes Allison Noll want to dance.
Noll, a senior at the University of Minnesota-Crookston, choreographs the university’s musicals. George French, a UMC associate, asked Noll, a UMC agriculture business and agriculture education major, to choreograph the musical “Leader of the Pack” two years ago after he learned that she choreographed a Crookston Senior High School play.
VIDEO: Watch at bottom of page Marilyn Hagerty isn’t the only woman in the Red River Valley to recently obtain Internet fame and a free trip to a foreign land. Meet Jan Berg of Karlstad, Minn., whose time in the spotlight came from recently being named “Fan of the Week” on NBC'S "Today."
Al Pearson’s hockey bus is filled to the brim, and it’s leaving early Saturday with fans who will be cheering for the UND team in St. Paul. They have high hopes of moving the team on the Frozen Four in Tampa.
Dear Shirley, I never knew I had so many friends. They are coming out of the woodwork now that Anderson Cooper surprised me when I was in New York last week. At the end of his interview that was shown Tuesday, he said Celebrity Cruises is going to fly me and a friend to a 12-night luxury voyage along the Mediterranean. It would be aboard Celebrity Silhouette. Can you believe all this that has happened since I went viral, Shirley?
It was an unforgettable experience because of the elegant food and impeccable service. We came away marveling at the highly professional serving staff, the sommelier who described the wines he paired with each course and the chefs in the kitchen.
So where do real New Yorkers eat? That’s what my traveling companion Ryan Babb and I set out to learn on our second day of my whirlwind tour as a celebrity in New York City. We ended up at a burger restaurant on Times Square.
"My initial visit to the Drunken Noodle was pleasant," Eatbeat columnist Marilyn Hagerty writes. "I went for a late lunch, as I enjoy doing, and gave my name to the server at the desk near the entry. There were maybe a dozen other people waiting, but the wait was short."
Marilyn Hagerty spent her first day in New York City Tuesday savoring the city’s street food and its elite cuisine, fitting in a tour of the New York Times where she was greeted in some quarters like a celebrity.
Marilyn will start her schedule today with a radio interview.
She’s scheduled to do lunch with Anderson Cooper’s crew at the Crown restaurant near Central Park. The New York Times gives it one of four stars, recommends meat dishes more than seafood and says it has the ambiance of a millionaire’s town house.
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