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Broken movie, but entertaining

January 31, 2013 Movie: Broken City; Director: Allen Hughes; Studio: Twentieth Century Fox; Rating: R; Flint's finding: 3/5 stars. “Broken City” will never be a critic’s darlin. more »»

MSU’s Rumney set to perform French classics on Sunday

January 31, 2013 Minot State University music professor and violinist Jon Rumney will give a recital of French music with pianist and colleague Dianna Anderson Sunday at 3 p.m. more »»

MSO presents ‘Family Concert’

January 24, 2013 This Saturday, the Minot Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Scott Seaton, presents its annual “Family Concert” at 7:30 p.m. more »»

‘Zero Dark Thirty’: bin Laden hunt dissected

January 24, 2013 Director Kathryn Bigelow follows her great 2008 film “The Hurt Locker” with another film set in the “war on terror,” this time tracing the history of the World Trade Center attack in 2001 to Osama... more »»

Romance hits a high note

January 24, 2013 The Western Plains Opera Company of Minot will present a “soiree of operatic and popular songs performed by nationally acclaimed singers” on Feb. 15 at the Grand International Inn in Mino. more »»

Delightful ‘Dixie’ brings the laughter

January 17, 2013 We women thought we had the exclusive lock on personal relationships. more »»

‘Miserables’ — when ‘Les’ means more

January 10, 2013 Movie: Les Miserables; Director: Tom Hooper; Studio: Universal Pictures and Working Title Films; Rating: PG-13; My finding: 3/5 stars. more »»

Art looks at the ‘Oil Boom’

January 10, 2013 Fargo printmaker Kent Kapplinger targets issues related to North Dakota’s oil boom in “Beneath the Surface,” an exhibit at the Northwest Art Center’s Gordon B. Olson Library Gallery through Feb. 7. more »»

‘Django’ unchained entertainment

January 3, 2013 “D-J-A-N-G-O. The ‘D’ is silent,” is how Django, Jamie Foxx’s slave-turned-bounty hunter spits his name at a Mandingo (slaves used as to-the-death gladiators for blood sport) owner. more »»

Central Campus art show

January 3, 2013 The Minot High School-Central Campus art department will hold its art show featuring both two- and three-dimensional artwork on Monday, Jan. 7, in the Commons at Central Campus, 215-1st St. more »»

‘The Hobbit’ is, and it isn’t

December 20, 2012 Your enjoyment of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” largely depends on how much you want to be milked for your money. more »»

'Guardians' a great ride

December 13, 2012 “Rise of the Guardians,” the new Dreamworks animated film with all-star voice talent, was the most genuinely entertaining children’s movie I’ve seen since the time I was still in the target audienc. more »»

Area artist a big winner

December 13, 2012 LOS ANGELES — Three Affiliated Tribes member and White Shield native Monte Yellow Bird, aka Black Pinto Horse, received first place with his ledger piece titled “Watch the Birdie,” which won the... more »»

Just for the joy of it: The textiles of Marie Shirley Jones

December 13, 2012 SIDNEY, Mont. — Artist Marie Shirley Jones of Red Lodge, Mont. more »»

‘A Winter Wonderland Christmas Recital’

December 6, 2012 Rinat Mouzafarov promises family fun for people who attend “A Winter Wonderland Christmas Recital” this week. Mouzafarov’s Institute of Dance and Ballet Theatre will present the show at 7 p.m. more »»

‘The Reason’ brings a rock ‘n’ roll holiday message

December 6, 2012 An award-winning band will be headlining a unique Christmas concert Saturday in Minot. more »»

Director Lee masterfully illustrates Pi’s lucid dream in ‘Life of Pi’

December 6, 2012 Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi” is the closest example to classic adventure escapism to be found in theaters toda. more »»

International mezzotint exhibit at NW Art Center

November 29, 2012 The International Mezzotint Exchange Exhibition, featuring 24 mezzotint images created by artists from 10 countries, will be on display at the Northwest Art Center’s Hartnett Hall Gallery Dec. 4-31. more »»

(Red) Dawn of boredom

November 29, 2012 “Red Dawn,” the reboot of the 1984 film, is nearly two hours long. This is either far too short or far too long, depending on what the audience is trying to get out of it. more »»

Singers unite for regional performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’

November 29, 2012 The Heritage Singers men’s chorus, the Voices of Note women’s chorus, the Minot State University Concert Choir, and community singers, including high school students, will join in the performance of... more »»

 
 

 

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