GRAND FORKS COMMUNITY THEATRE: FROM THE WINGS Auditions! I hope you get it!
I hope I get it! I hope I get it! I really need this job!
Those might be familiar lyrics if you just saw A Chorus Line at UNDs Burtness Theatre (also playing this weekend). The musical revolves aroun... Posted on 11/19/13 at 1:31 PM
STAFF BLOG THE CITY STREET BEAT Art money debate resurfaces at Grand Forks council
The Grand Forks City Council wont be revisiting a vote it made two weeks ago that reaffirmed city art grants must be given only to groups with arts-based missions.
Council member Tyrone Grandstrand a... Posted on 11/5/13 at 11:02 AM
EH? PLUS Turning the NorShor lights on
The lights of the Norshor Theatre will shine again at least briefly.
Keepers of the historicdowntown theater will flip the switch on the marquee at 5 p.m. today as part of an event that will include... Posted on 10/28/13 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Steve Driscoll night at the Empire
Steve Driscoll had his first professional gig at the age of 13 while growing up on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Since hes lived in Grand Forks, hes been a member of the Jordan River Band, Jedd Zeppelin,... Posted on 10/25/13 at 2:03 PM
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.
It’s a long and winding road that brings Jake Shimabukuro to the Fargo Theatre Sunday night. After all, it’s not every day a Hawaiian ukulele virtuoso does a national tour behind an orchestral album produced by prog rocker Alan Parsons and arranged by glam rocker Kip Winger.
Funny guy Bob Zany returns to Grand Forks this weekend for his popular stand-up comedy show at Muddy Rivers Bar and Grill. Zany will perform at 7 and 9 p.m. today and Saturday at the GuestHouse TownHouse Inn in Grand Forks, with Minnesota comedian Bob Larson.
Nelda Schrupp may live in the small town of Lakota, N.D., but her artwork lives in major cities around the country, including Salem, Mass., where one of her pieces was recently purchased by the prestigious Peabody Essex Museum for tens of thousands of dollars.
The Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre presents “Mulan” and “The Nightingale,” performed by the theatre’s youngest actors in grades one through 11. “Mulan” is a musical based on Disney’s “Mulan” and is a story of empowerment for everyone.
Hopping in her Santa Fe Hyundai named Sebastian, photographer Emma Katka, of East Grand Forks, set out for an afternoon adventure. On the hunt for an abandoned house to explore and photograph, Katka and fellow photographer Kristin Berg, of Grand Forks, headed west toward Devils Lake.
Dancing up to the podium, cracking subtle jokes about old age and making comical gestures in his seat, James Rosenquist may have been celebrating his 80th birthday, but it was obvious that the artist is still young at heart.
Telling traditional stories through music and dance, Celtic Thunder will bring a little Irish and Scottish heritage to Grand Forks. The six-piece Celtic singing group will perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 in the Chester Fritz Auditorium as part of their Mythology tour.
Daktyl Tattoo Gallery, 311 DeMers Avenue, is a combined tattoo studio and art gallery, which opened at the end of April. Now, the owners — Bryon Burdick and Arran Brown — are working to get more people through the doors.
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