Weekender

Ruby Main, left, Lydia Repnow and Jaksyn Graham rehearse a scene from “Alice in Wonderland.” 
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The magic of ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Theatergoers are invited to experience the timeless magic of “Alice In Wonderland,” presented by Make a Scene Kids, Tuesday-Thursday at 8:30 p.m., at the Minot State University Amphitheater. During the classic tale and Broadway masterpiece, audience members can enjoy the heartwarming ...

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Brandon Yabusaki, left, and Tiffany Lee congratulate Cole Anderson, as the new speed-eating champion at Charlie’s Main Street Cafe, Thursday afternoon.

Prime rib challenge

Hungry competitors gathered at Charlie’s Main Street Cafe to embark on a carnivorous quest to conquer the “Prime Rib Challenge” held Thursday afternoon. At stake were bragging rights, a photograph, T-shirt and a $20 gift certificate from Charlie’s Main Street Cafe. During the ...

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Nicole Gagner’s “Stocked Pantry”

‘Artist’s- eye’ on the prairie

As the summer season heats up, art enthusiasts are welcomed to explore a world of vivid imagery and contrasting experiences titled “Artist’s-eye,” at the Northwest Art Center, today through June 22. Free and open to the public, visitors can gain a refreshing perspective from the ...

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Jason Paul Gaarder portrays Puck.

MSU Summer Theatre returns to Minot

Bright lights, extraordinary sets and dynamic performances will make their grand return Monday, June 12, as Minot State University Summer Theatre presents the Shakespearean masterpiece “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” For the 52nd season, Magic City audiences can experience the delight and ...

Hailing from the Magic City, Blue House looks forward to bringing their signature blend of funk, pop and jazz to Dakota Square Mall, Saturday from noon - 3 p.m. 

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Fusing funk, jazz and pop

Blue House to perform live at Dakota Square Mall Saturday, noon - 3 p.m. For more information visit online at www.facebook.com/bluehousejazz

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Canine contenders will dart through a tunnel during the 2017 NADAC Agility Trial, today through Sunday at the Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch Riding Arena located at 6301 19th Avenue NW, Minot.

Canine spectacular

Feats of extraordinary speed, dazzling showmanship and shrewd obedience will be displayed as canines compete in the 2017 NADAC Agility Trial, today through Sunday, at the Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch Riding Arena. During this elaborate test of canine athleticism, close to 50 dogs will ...

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Founded in Minot, Soulshine has earned a stellar reputation for their live performances.

Area artists to perform at celebrated pub

Country-rock paired with blues and jazz will be featured at Ebeneezer’s Eatery & Irish Pub this weekend. Considered Minot’s home for authentic Irish cuisines, the celebrated pub will showcase rising country star Joey Anderson tonight at 6:30 p.m., and local blues sensation Soulshine ...

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Last chance to see Art 50 at the Taube

Audiences have one day left to observe Art 50, an exhibition celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the North Dakota Council on the Arts at The Taube Museum of Art Main Gallery. Free and open to the public, Art 50 is the traveling portion of a two-part exhibit. The traveling exhibit ...

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Pro-fisherman and celebrity Johnnie Candleback center, stands besides Austyn Kraus, left, Kolby Begg, Damian Emly during “Fish Fest” at the Scheels in parking lot located at Dakota Square Mall, Thursday afternoon.

Fish Fest

Considered a holiday to to fishing enthusiast across the state, Fish Fest is returning to Minot today through Saturday, at the Scheels parking lot located at Dakota Square Mall. Throughout the fishing festivities, visitors can enjoy the smoky aroma of grilled brats while exploring rows of ...

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Entering their 96th season, the Minot City Band is hosting their first rehearsal of the season and band audition, Wednesday at 7:15 p.m., in the band room at Magic City Campus.

Minot City Band prepares for 96th season

As the Minot City Band approaches their 96th season, current band members are glowing with optimism about a new year with extraordinary possibilities. From saluting service members and military veterans at Roosevelt Park to marching in style in the State Fair Parade, the Minot City Band is ...

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All Aces

All Aces to perform at The O

Playing hard and working hard appears to be the mantra of rising tribute band All Aces. Hailing from Bismarck, the frenetic rock band has earned a stellar reputation for their live shows and electrifying performances. Tonight and Saturday at 9 p.m., the Original Bar and Nightclub will host ...

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Christian Rose

Say hello to the bad guy

Ring rocking slams, fearsome submission holds and lofty ladders will be featured during “Fully Loaded Wrestling” at The Vegas motel, tonight and Saturday at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. with ringside tickets selling for $15 and general admission listed at $10. Among the exciting core of ...

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Frankly Scarlett

Frankly Scarlett to open for Hairball

Magic City tribute band Frankly Scarlett, will perform country classics and rock anthems Saturday at the North Dakota State Fair Center at 7 p.m. Founded in Minot and celebrated across North Dakota, Frankly Scarlett has garnered a reputation for delivering dynamic performances. Saturday ...

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Aly Stoeckley, left, manager, kneels beside owner Val Stadick, who holds a reading bingo card for the upcoming “Summer Reading Kick-Off” event hosted at Main Street Books, Saturday at 12 p.m.

Main Street Books hosts ‘Summer Reading Kick-Off’

As the warmth of summer spreads across the Magic City, Main Street Books invites Minot area schools to share the excitement of their annual “Summer Reading Kick-Off,” Saturday in Main Street Books at noon. Toy testing, face painting, a hot dog bar and games will be available throughout ...

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Members of the Western Plains Children’s Choir follow the direction of Rebecca Petrik, right, the artistic director of the Western Plains Children’s Choirs, during rehearsal.

Songs for Haiti

Songs of faith, healing and hope will be performed by the Western Plains Children’s Choirs, Sunday at 3 p.m. on the stage of Anne Nicole Nelson Hall located at Minot State University. During their upcoming performance titled “A World in Harmony,” approximately 126 singers from the ...

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Stephanie Chell, Connor Donovan, Topher Hodgson and Peg Morris can be seen in the popular 
production “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” tonight and 
Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.

Mouse River Players reveal thoughts about latest romantic comedy

Awkward, sassy and funny are three common words used to describe the Mouse River Players’ popular production “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” The actors take to the stage at the Arlene Theater tonight and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. To experience the laugh out ...

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From left to right, Ashlee Donovan, Khang Nguyen, Stephanie Chell and Eric Fetske share a bottle of wine in the comedic musical “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.”

Comedic musical performed by Mouse River Players

Theatregoers can experience the good, the bad and the awkwardness provided by relationships, as the Mouse River Players present “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”, tonight and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m at the Arlene Theater. Originally produced by James ...

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Throughout their set, The Voodoo Fix looks to captivate crowds with hit singles from their sophomore album “Back For More.”

The Voodoo Fix to perform at Pour House

“City of Angels” rock band The Voodoo Fix, will showcase their fierce fusion of heavy funk and blues powered rock Friday night at the Pour House at 9 p.m. Known for their spirited vocals and high-octane musicianship, the Voodoo Fix engages audiences with their lively dance grooves, ...

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From left to right, Gabrielle Damschen, Kenneth Bowles, Mary Muhlbradt, Carlos Vieira, Efrain Amaya, DeVera Bowles and Peggy Rothchild make up the newly formed septet Arts Crossing Ensemble.

Arts Crossing Ensemble performs celebrated Renaissance Mass

Audiences at First Lutheran Church can experience the choral music of Rome, as the Arts Crossing Ensemble performs the sacred Mass, “Missa Papae Marcelli,” composed by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Friday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. Considered the musical master of Renaissance polyphony, ...