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Concert to reinvigorate youth concert association

May 9, 2013 By DAN FELDNER Staff Writer dfeldner@minotdailynews. more »»

Stark contrast to typical superhero genre film

May 9, 2013 “Iron Man 3” is not your typical superhero movie. For much of the mid-section of the film, our hero, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr. more »»

House of skill, repute

May 2, 2013 There’s gonna be some whoopin’ and hollerin’ down to The Arlene Theater when the Mouse River Players Community Theater group presents “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” tonight through Sunday. more »»

Bay’s latest surprisingly more gain than pain

May 2, 2013 Movie: Pain & Gain; Director: Michael Bay; Studio: Paramount Pictures; Rated: R; My finding: 3 out of 5 stars. Director Michael Bay is the undisputed master of trash popcorn films. more »»

Minot-based pro wrestling company to celebrate five-year anniversary

May 2, 2013 Northern Outlaw Wrestling will celebrate five years in operation with a two-night event, “WrestleFest 5,” that will be held at The Vegas Motel Friday and Saturday. more »»

Children’s choirs fundraiser set for Sunday

May 2, 2013 On Sunday, the Western Plains Children’s Choirs will present their Spring Tea, “Musical Movie Mash-Up,” in Minot State University’s Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at 3 p.m. more »»

Chamber chorale presents ice cream social

April 25, 2013 Just as you will choose among well-known ice cream toppings like sprinkles and chocolate jimmies at the Minot Chamber Chorale’s Spring Concert and Ice Cream Social this Sunday, the MCC will choose... more »»

Blast from the past

April 25, 2013 Minot State University art students Nichole Bennett and Cassandra Anderson will present their senior capstone exhibit, “Lives of Bones,” May 6-30 at the Northwest Art Center’s Gordon . more »»

‘Oblivion’ proves worthy of suspension of disbelief

April 25, 2013 “Oblivion” is a gorgeous movie with a dreamy soundtrack that recalls the ultra-modern look and feel of classic science fiction films of the late 1960s and early to mid-1970s, such as 1968’s “2001: A... more »»

‘Black comedy’ explores relationships

April 18, 2013 The Black Box Theater in Hartnett Hall is the venue for Carlen Gilseth’s Minot State University directorial debut, “Dead Man’s Cell Phone. more »»

MSO takes advantage of visiting sax fest

April 18, 2013 Between “A Tribute to Henry Mancini” and “West Side Story: Selections for Orchestra,” director Scott Seaton is taking advantage of the Region 3 Conference of the North American Saxophone Alliance,... more »»

Extra polish helps ‘42’ shine a little brighter

April 18, 2013 The movie “42” somehow overcomes the binds of its melodrama to rise into a solid, respectful biopic of beloved American hero Jackie Robinson. more »»

Bunny ... but true?

April 11, 2013 Question: What’s 6-feet-3 1/2 inches tall and invisible? Answer: The title character in the Magic City Playmaker’s presentation this weekend, “Harvey. more »»

Brass show short but sweet

April 11, 2013 To Brass Band of Minot director Gordon Troxel, recognition is key. more »»

‘Swing into Spring’ benefits Minot schools

April 11, 2013 It’s time for the eighth annual “Swing into Spring” concert, a partnership between the Minot Community Concert Band and the Minot Public Schools Foundation as a fundraiser for Minot Public Schools. more »»

King of the dinosaur movies returns

April 11, 2013 As films continually grow more processed and seem like vehicles for “stars” we’ll have to deal with for a couple of years — who are famous just to be famous — it’s no wonder that filmmakers are... more »»

True American harmonies on display

April 11, 2013 The Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. more »»



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