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MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE My Unwanted Follower
Sometimes, when were young and nubile and wearing tight pants, guys follow a little close.
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Last night was the night of a lifetime for me.
It was special enough to do something I may have done only one other time in my life. I scheduled an appointment to have my hair styled.
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When rivers rise, they flow with emotions — anxiety, awe, hope, despair, relief — all stuff that can make for a good song. “If you lay down the right songs at the right time, that resonates with people,” said radio host Mike Olson with KFJM in Grand Forks.
City and school leaders bristled at comments made Tuesday by syndicated liberal radio host Ed Schultz when he equated eighth-grade volunteers filling sandbags at Sandbag Central to “slave labor” helping only the rich.
David Quam grew up in Grand Forks and came to Bemidji every weekend starting at 6 years old. His dad and uncles would bring him over to Lake Andrusia and their wilderness retreat. Uncle Art Quam was a railroad engineer here in Bemidji in the 1940s.
George Strait may have been the biggest act in town Saturday, but a staple of Prairie Public radio drew an enthusiastic matinee crowd at Grand Forks’ Empire Arts Center. The cast of “Dakota Air” recorded a live show, which included music performances by the Radio Stars band, and skits by the Dakota Airheads comedy troupe.
The sudden death of a nurse who unwittingly accepted a prank call to a London hospital about Prince William's pregnant wife Kate has shocked Britain and Australia, and sparked an angry backlash Saturday from some who argue the DJs who carried out the hoax should be held responsible.
ESPN radio announcer Jim Durham, who called NBA games for the network, has died. He was 65. ESPN said Monday that Durham died over the weekend at his home in Tomball, Texas. A cause of death was not announced.
Midwest Communications will pay $25 million for KFGO and the five other local stations that make up Radio Fargo-Moorhead, according to a purchase agreement filed with the Federal Communications Commission.
“Why?’ Radio, a program that features UND Professor Jack Russell Weinstein of the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life, on Sunday will begin a special six-episode broadcast called “Why? Goes to China?”
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