BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA Three North Dakota cities receive Playful City USA designation
By Ryan Schuster
Bismarck, Fargo and West Fargo are three of 217 cities from 43 states that have received the 2013 Playful City USA designation to honor local commitment to play and physical activity... Posted on 5/24/13 at 7:50 AM
THE NEW FORTY Art - a commentary on life.
Kaarin Remmich drew my attention to an article in The Forum today that I wanted to share here on my blog. The article is about a play that will be staged at the Fargo V.A. tomorrow atnoon and 3 PM. Th... Posted on 11/20/12 at 12:13 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE It's the Little Things That Drive You Nuts
Yesterday was one of those days when nothing went right, and I wouldn't have noticed it if it had.
The details don't matter, as I'm sure you have your own version of special days like this: the toi... Posted on 7/5/12 at 10:21 AM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER 6 Fun Outdoor Activities!
Most children loveto playoutside! There are endless games to be played and many things to bediscovered outdoors. Furthermore, here is a list of6 fun activites to try with your kids.
Name-It Ball:... Posted on 6/20/12 at 10:57 PM
SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK Audition Selections.... finally!
At auditions you will be asked to select one of these pieces to read. Please make sure you read the piece ahead of time -- out loud -- and take a look at the tips. Believe me, we can tell if you are j... Posted on 4/26/12 at 10:25 AM
Seven performers from the Twin Cities will join actors from the Grand Cities to perform an adaptation of Friedrich Durrenmatt’s “The Visit,” from Aug. 8 through 11 at the East Grand Forks Heritage Village at 219 20th St. NE.
The opera, with a libretto by Shanley and music by Douglas J. Cuomo, makes for a gripping 2 1/2 hours of theater. The work had its world premiere Saturday night in a production by Minnesota Opera, which commissioned it, and the enthusiastic audience at the Ordway Center responded with a standing ovation for the cast and creative team.
They're starring in a play about a woman reluctant to age and the perils of passing time, but veteran actors James Earl Jones and Angela Lansbury say that life in their 80s continues to be exciting thanks to their determination to keep doing what they love.
The Guthrie Theater will kick off its 2010-2011 season with the world premiere of a new play based on a novel by Minnesota author Louise Erdrich.
, April 08, 2010
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