IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Something for everyone...kids, adults and fans of the 70s
Today's blog is brought to you from local writer and buisness person, Michaela Schell.
Usually Mondays can be pretty boring and likely the least favorite of the week, but on Monday, October 21, Grand... Posted on 10/14/13 at 8:43 AM
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
THE DULLUM FILE Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
This evening on WDAZ News @5, the backstory behind the return of Walt Disney's Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.... Posted on 12/31/12 at 7:23 AM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND competition dance team has come a long way
The University of North Dakota competition dance team turned some heads with a Top 10
finish at the Universal Dance Association national championships Jan. 13-15 in Orlando, Fla., after only its se... Posted on 1/20/12 at 11:06 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Winners of the Disney Live Tickets!
to the following people who won Herald suite tickets to see Disney Live On Tour at the Ralph on Sun., Nov. 15!
Brandy Pihlgren, Grand Forks
Kelly Wavra, East Grand Forks
Jessie Eric... Posted on 11/9/09 at 8:29 AM
The network, owned by the Walt Disney Co., says it will introduce a channel this year that will broadcast live sports events using the technology, starting with the FIFA World Cup soccer match on June 11.
The dreariest thing about Disney animated movies is how they always depend on the hero or heroine overcoming adversity by drawing on inner reserves of strength. There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, but it does tend to force all its film narratives into a self-help straitjacket.
The last time we heard from the hand-drawn animators at Disney, they offered up the barnyard tale "Home on the Range." The 2004 'toon was so forgettable it seemed as though it really might be the last time we ever heard from the hand-drawn animators at the studio where the art form was pioneered.
Virginia Davis was hired by Disney in 1923 when he was a struggling filmmaker in Kansas City, Mo., and later worked with him in Hollywood. She was the first of several girls to have the title role in the series of "Alice" comedies that ran from 1923 to 1927. Her moving image was photographed and combined with animated cartoons, predating Mickey Mouse.
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