HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS The Effects of Hail on Your Home
A hail storm can have devastating effects on your home. Each year, the effects of hail damage cost Americans around $1 billion dollars. Throughout your homes exterior, hail damage manifests itself in ... Posted on 5/22/13 at 12:38 PM
CUTE N' COMFY 'Girls' tackles awkward situations head on
Have you seen the show "Girls"? It's an ... interesting ... show full of crazy characters that each have their own set of complications and problems. Many people say the show is so "real" and "relatab... Posted on 3/29/13 at 11:27 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Don't miss the Art Wise Elementary Art Show!
You are invited to the Art Wise Elementary Art Show at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks March 19-21. There will be artwork on display from every K-5 student in our area. There will also be art activit... Posted on 3/18/13 at 9:43 AM
Dozens of air shows that draw tens of thousands of people and generate millions of dollars for local economies have been cancelled this year after the military grounded its jet and demonstration teams because of automatic federal budget cuts.
He's the squirrel who's inspired countless YouTube posts and television newscast kickers. Thirty-three years after first climbing onto a pair of skis, Twiggy the water skiing squirrel is still riding the wake behind a scale-model power boat and still delighting legions of fans at boat and outdoor shows across the country.
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.
“Crush(ed),” a UND student-run show that weaves songs, dances and scenes, opened at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and will run through Feb. 16 at UND’s Burtness Lab Theatre in Grand Forks. Admission is $5, and student admission is free.
The fish-shaped woman propelled herself from end to end of the swimming pool with the help of a purple-tinted monofin. She paused mid-pool to flip head over tail. By land she’s Jessica Benson, a 19-year-old with an eye toward the entertainment industry. By water, she’s Ayla the Mermaid testing a $3,000 custom-made tail of scalloped silicone during down hours at the Radisson Hotel’s pool.
The world's largest gadget show wrapped up on Friday, and the organizers said it was the biggest ever, beating last year's record in terms of the floor space companies purchased to display their wares.
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