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Arts and Entertainment

Zoo News; Change in the air at zoo, park

Suddenly, projects in and around the zoo begin to start moving forward. We should have everything in place to move forward on the African Plains Building and outside the zoo, tree removal will start this week in Roosevelt Park for the flood mitigation project. Both will have a tremendous impact ...

Retirement’s Comic Relief: Take time for time travel

Before leaving town on 100-mile trips to Grandma’s house during each summer in the 1950s, we always stopped at the gas station first. Someone emerged from the station wiping dirty hands with a rag as Dad rolled the window down. “Fill ‘er up with regular,” Dad said. We stayed in the ...

Time for Minot Playmakers to ‘Make ‘Em Laugh’

The Magic City Campus Playmakers will be performing "Make 'Em Laugh" by Jason Odell Williams on Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 22-24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Arvel Graving Theatre at Minot High School-Magic City Campus. The comedy play follows a young girl who is pulled into the land of reality TV and ...

Youth acting classes return to local theater

The Mouse Rivers Players 2.0 children’s workshop is back starting Saturday, Feb 24, offering classes to youth interested in acting and theater. Having been with MRP since 2019, actress Abby Speer is excited for this new group of classes to help youngsters grow their acting ...

In Our Backyard

Recently, my Kiwanis group was fortunate to hear from Rachel Buss with Annie’s House at Bottineau Winter Park. The most surprising part of that visit was not the sheer number of visitors the park sees each year or even the number of adaptive patrons they assist. For me, it was how many ...

Community Rocks! back for first time since pandemic

Since its origination in 2015 Community Rocks! has been a sold-out event dedicated to giving back to the community, and it returns for the first time since the pandemic this weekend. The event is set for Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Grand Hotel, Minot. “Community Rocks! is a symphony ...