UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS Text to pledge in support of the UND Cheer and Dance Teams
During this weeks Potato Bowl festivities, the University of North Dakota Alumni Association & Foundation will lead a fundraising effort in support of the UND Cheer and Dance teams.
Alumni & ... Posted on 9/5/13 at 3:28 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Update: Harlem Shake
It is interesting when I talk to people about my newest viral video craze how many people have heard about the Harlem Shake and how many people have not heard about the Harlem Shake. It is even more... Posted on 3/3/13 at 11:07 AM
BEST FRIENDS ND 22 Delightful Ways to Say Thank You!
22 Delightful Ways to Say Thank You!
July 31st, 2012 byguest
Photo by Pink Sherbert Photography
Editors Note: I am SO HAPPY to have Shanon Doolittle guest posting on our blog today! Shes hilarious, ... Posted on 8/16/12 at 7:45 AM
MUSIC MOVES Music as a Third Language
Hello and Happy July! Hard to believe our last post was all the way at the end of MAY - quite the schedule I've been under lately, but so much fun information to share! As I type this, we're preparing... Posted on 7/9/12 at 4:16 PM
THE NEW FORTY Movement that is moving...
I confess...I am adie-hard So You Think You Can Dance? (SYTYCD) fan. I cannot dance, but I have always wished I could. I have adapted to my inadequacies by being able to appreciate the commitment and ... Posted on 5/27/12 at 7:39 PM
North Dakota Ballet plans to take its company to the next level Dozens of dancers plie-ed at the barre and leapt, strutted and kicked in the studios of the North Dakota Ballet Company this week for Dance Explosion, a second annual series of intensive classes led by a principal of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and others.
Exhibit at Amazing Grains: Adam Kemp is the artist for July at Amazing Grains in downtown Grand Forks. His show will run July 7 to Aug. 4. About the artist: Born in 1962, Kemp arrived in Grand Forks in 1997. “I am very proud to display my work in a place that adds so much to the quality of life in Grand Forks,” Kemp said, and added: “I am willing to barter!”
The North Dakota Highway Patrol says it’s experiencing a marked increase in the amount of drug trafficking arrests made by state troopers. Troopers discovered about 20 pounds of marijuana, a ½-pound of methamphetamine and seized more than $5,000 of drug-related money from September 2008 through August, the patrol said in a press release.
“Digital Photography 2004-2009: People, Places Nature,” an exhibit by Grand Forks photographer David Vorland, will be on exhibit at Dakota Harvest Bakers gallery in downtown Grand Forks through Sept. 28.
"Merce saw beauty in the ordinary, which is what made him extraordinary," said Trevor Carlson, executive director of the Cunningham Dance Foundation. "He did not allow convention to lead him, but was a true artist, honest and forthcoming in everything he did."
“Lifescapes,” a combination of classical ballet and modern dance that tells a story about life experiences and personal journeys, will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Empire Arts Center, Grand Forks, by the North Dakota Ballet Company.
A series of staccato sounds bounces up from the hardwood floors of a studio in Life Time Fitness in Novi, Mich. Dap-diggi-dap-diggi-dap. The banging resounds around the room like the percussion section of a marching band. Dap-diggi-dap-diggi-dap.
Men and women in their 20s to 40s gaze at their instructor, imitating her, pounding their drumsticks so hard perspiration starts trickling across their hairlines.
And that’s the point.
Bush critic Barbara Streisand exchanges kiss on cheeks with the president Other honorees as guests were actor Morgan Freeman, country singer George Jones, dancer/choreographer Twyla Tharp and The Who's Roger Daltrey and Peter Townshend.
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