MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE The Seasonal, Annual, Holiday, Snuffling Cold
I feel yucky.
My nose is stuffed, I cough -- twice -- every 30 seconds, I can't hear through the plugging of my ears, there's a chill that has nothing to do with a draft, my lithesome form drapes let... Posted on 11/28/12 at 3:26 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Ron & Tim
No one who knows me would call me a sports fan, or anything remotely close to one. Ironic, we talked with two very well-known sports figures on WDAZ News @5 just this week: Ron Darling and Tim Green. ... Posted on 9/21/12 at 7:19 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #46 - Should I watch the game or read a book?
I was torn this past Sunday. The Minnesota Vikings were playing late that afternoon but I was also smack dab in the middle of a great book. I've never claimed to be a huge Vikings fan. In fact, I grew... Posted on 9/14/11 at 2:51 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! To Be or Not To Be... Silly
I watched a delightful movie this weekend. Or maybe I watched a terrible movie. Or maybe I watched one of the greatest plays in English literature. It's kind of hard to tell, since what I saw was Myst... Posted on 10/18/10 at 2:35 PM
Eleven-year-old Dakota Jackson is heartbroken when her Thoroughbred mare, Canyon Starlet, escapes to join Black Coulee’s wild herd. One disappointment follows another when Dakota realizes that she will grow too tall to live her dream of becoming a jockey.
“R.D. Offutt: Success & Significance,” may not be the only book that is ever to be written about Ronald D. Offutt Jr., but it is likely to be the most significant. Offutt is the most far-flung farmer and entrepreneur and philanthropist the Red River Valley is likely to ever produce.
Samuel Rocha, an assistant professor in the UND department of educational foundations and research, has published “A Primer for Philosophy & Education,” an accessible introduction for anyone interested in those subjects.
After years of settling into the comfortable family life she always wanted, Jorie Asher made a decision to improve her physical health and well-being. She thought her life would be perfect if she no longer had to struggle with her weight.
The story of South Korean rap sensation Psy's ascent to global stardom with his megahit "Gangnam Style" has now been immortalized in full color and with appropriate dramatic flourishes in a comic book.
Nia Vardalos of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” dropped out of acting to focus on adopting a baby from the American foster system. At first she hid her experience like the growth on her cousin Nick’s neck in the movie. But then she decided to write a book about it.
In 1832 the artist George Catlin climbed aboard the steamship “Yellowstone” on its first trip from St. Louis to present day North Dakota. He wanted to paint the Plains Indians and collect items for a museum back east.
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