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MOVIES

As you’d expect from the creator of “Step Brothers” and “Talladega Nights,” nothing about the film is subtle.
The film, called “A Heart like Water,” will make its Grand Forks premiere at 7 p.m. Thursday. From an historical perspective, it tells the story of a husband and wife who must face the elements, sickness and the loneliness that accompanied living in Dakota Territory in 1887.
The Novice,” written and directed by Lauren Hadaway, opens on Friday, Dec. 17. Steven Sims, a native of Crookston, Minnesota, worked on the film as a producer.
The most wonderful part of Ellen's 2008 wish from Make-A-Wish North Dakota was that it didn’t end with our return to our Larimore, North Dakota, farm. Anna, who knew that Ellen and Rosebud had bonded on the Santa Buddies movie set, gave her Rosebud and arranged to have the puppy flown to Winnipeg on Dec. 17.

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"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen concludes the story of Tony Fontane.
"Faith Conversations" writer Roxane B. Salonen previews the Dec. 5 showing of "A Heart Like Water" at the Fargo Theatre.
"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen concludes his series about the life of Angie Dickinson.
"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen starts the story of Angie Dickinson, who was born in Kulm, N.D., and achieved great fame and acclaim.
The sheriff's office says the investigation remains "open and active."
"Colors of the Rainbow" is a documentary about the life of a self-described recluse with a popular program on North Shore community radio.

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The story of how the owners of Montevideo's Millennium Theater responded to the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was held up as an example for small businesses in the state during a Small Business Administration-sponsored roundtable.
Ejaz Khan's photography of the horses in North Dakota blossomed into a film, "Vanishing Knowledge," that hopes to inspire a major benefactor to step forward to create a sustainable future for a herd of 300 horses supporters say are unique.
Matthew Koshmrl of Chisholm spent six years with the subjects of "Land of My Father" — people fighting for Dokdo Islands' return to South Korea.

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