Wade Rupard is a features reporter for The Grand Forks Herald. Rupard is a 2014 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and is originally from Normal, Ill.
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Two out of five stars. Being a big sports fan, there are plenty of apps on the market to keep you updated on how your favorite team is doing. One of the most popular apps is the ESPN app (formerly the SportsCenter app). The app provides just about everything a sports fan would need — up to the minute scores, updates and news. The app is almost fully customizable — allowing me to set up push notifications for when things happen involving my favorite teams and leagues.
How a home looks and feels to a potential buyer can make all the difference. Spring is the biggest season in the real estate market, and while many in the area may be about to put their homes on the market, there are some practices to keep in mind when doing so, Mary Dietrich of Greenberg Realty said. How a house is presented can influence how long the house will sit on the market and even how much money the seller can sell the house for. Dietrich said there are many small things that a seller can do to make sure the house isn't on the market for a long period of time. "You only have one c
"Fifty Shades of Grey" has dominated at the box office over the past two weeks, but tonight, fans of the book series and movie will be able to see the erotic story a different way. "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody" will be performed at 7:30 tonight at the Chester Fritz Auditorium. Tickets to the show are $36.50 and can purchased at the Chester Fritz box office or at Ticketmaster.com. "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody," as the title suggests, is a parody based on the "Fifty Shades of Grey" books, written by E.L. James. The story follows an author, E.B.
When I was a kid, I couldn’t wait to be an adult. After I would get in trouble for doing something nonsensical to my younger sister, I would get punished...
When I was a kid, I couldn't wait to be an adult. After I would get in trouble for doing something nonsensical to my younger sister, I would get punished...
Christopher Jacobs doesn't go out to the movies very often. The UND professor and local film buff has immersed his life in movies. He teaches film classes at the university, has made six feature-length movies and countless other shorts over the years and writes weekly film columns for the "High Plains Reader." But he might only head out to the theaters eight or so times a year, a low number for such a film lover. Jacobs doesn't go out to the theaters much anymore because, quite frankly, he doesn't need to.
The North Dakota Museum of Art unveiled its newest exhibit Sunday, one of the most culturally significant works of African art, according to the museum's director, Laurel Reuter. The collection is the most valuable ever to be acquired by the museum, estimated to be worth $712,000. "This is terrific for the state of North Dakota," Reuter said. "This is one of the most important African art collections ever acquired." The exhibit will be on display for the next two months. Admission to view the exhibition is free, and it is open to the public. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Four out of five stars When it comes to working out, there are a number of apps on the market that can help people live better, healthier lives. One of...
Now that people are spending seemingly every waking moment in front of a screen, it might be time to start disconnecting yourself for a certain period of time, research shows. Technology, and in particular mobile technology, is all around us at increasingly high levels.
The North Dakota Museum of Art will unveil its new exhibit "African Affair" in a public opening at 2 p.m. Sunday. The exhibit will feature more than 150 works of African art of cultural significance. The collection is one of the most valuable and most significant collection ever to be acquired by the museum, said Laurel Reuter, the director of the North Dakota Museum of Art. The collection, mostly made of sculptures and pots, are a gift from Dr.