Jasmine Maki is a features reporter for Accent. Her main beats are arts and entertainment and life and style. She also occasionally covers health, family and TV.
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While some parents might refrain from pointing out the negatives in their kids’ performances, it’s Paul Barta’s job to give his son, Alex, constructive criticism.
Nearly 200 people filled the seats of the recital hall at the Hughes Fine Arts Center early this week, but they weren’t there to see a performance. They are members of the Grand Forks Master Chorale Chamber Choir, Community Chorale, UND Concert Choir, Varsity Bards and Allegro Women’s Choir.
Have you ever sat and wondered what you were doing exactly one year ago, or maybe even five years ago? Well, the free iOS app Timehop might have an answer.
After many years of working in corporate America and being required to wear business suits and high heels, Kelly Berntsen was excited for the switch to retail. She became the manager of Hey Ocean in downtown Grand Forks in February. Her work wardrobe now consists of more comfortable dresses and pants.
For a few weeks this month, I was forced to make a positive change in my life. I dropped my iPhone about six months ago; and, about three weeks ago, the cracked screen finally had enough. A slight tap on the carpet sent my phone into shock. Its crumbling screen turned to green chaos shuttering with terror like a haunted TV screen in some horror movie, until it finally took its last breath.
From traditional to contemporary, shabby chic to Hollywood glam, interior designers see a wide variety of tastes in interior design and home decor as they work with clients.
This brutal winter has been harsh on my hands, so I was excited to receive some sample lotions from Keep Buzzin’ Body Products earlier this month.
Five out of five stars. Have you ever gone to an interview unprepared, or been on a date and had nothing to talk about? The new app Refresh might be just what you need.
Pairing various simple solid pieces with delicate jewelry, Alison Haaven, of Grand Forks, created a polished look with interest.
Prom 2014 is projected to cost an average of $1,139 per couple, according to Visa Inc. The average projected cost for Midwestern families is $835. That cost includes the dress, tuxedo, tickets to the dance, shoes, hair, boutonniere and limo rides.