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Christian Marcelletta with the Misfits of Minot is more than just an actress on stage. She also has her own nail salon, she’s part of a pinup community, does photography for fun, sings and models. Marcelletta is originally from Georgia, then she moved to California where she spent about ...

Neighborhood window art keep Minot-area spirits up

Despite social distancing, area residents are finding creative ways to communicate their encouragement to friends and neighbors from behind their windows and doors. Two different window art projects are gaining followers in the Minot area. The Neighborhood Window Walk took shape after Kelly ...

Crafting performer

Tiffany Kerfoot, the vice president of Misfits of Minot, is not only a performer, but she is also a crafter. Kerfoot came to North Dakota through the United States Air Force. She enlisted in Maryland and was first stationed in Louisiana. From Louisiana, she was transferred to Minot Air Force ...

Minot’s Oak Park Theater offers drive-up popcorn during shutdown

It’s a theater favorite. No doubt about that. It seems everyone likes movie theater popcorn. With movie theater screens blank, closed down due to the possibility of spreading coronavirus, people still crave their favorite movie-time snack – popcorn. Unable to sell tickets to the big ...

Horror shadowcast

The Misfits of Minot are very excited to present an all new shadowcast performance of the 1959 film “House on Haunted Hill” on Saturday at the Sleep Inn & Suites. Tickets are $10 per person and will be sold at the door. The doors open at 7 p.m. and the performance will start at 8 p.m. ...

Mouse River Players act out seance in comedy ‘Blithe Spirit’

The Mouse River Players will be performing the comedy “Blithe Spirit” Friday through Sunday and March 20-22. The performances on Fridays and Saturdays begin at 7:30 p.m., with the box office opening at 6:30 p.m. and theater doors opening at 7. Sunday performances will start at 2 p.m., with ...

Georgia artist aims to educate on women in history

A Georgia woman will have her artwork on display at the Northwest Arts Center’s walter Piehl Gallery in Minot until March 27. Jamie Azevedo from Savannah, Ga., put together a large collection of 5-inch by 7-inch collages she titled “Preserving History.” Back in 2018, Azevedo happened ...

Bill Engvall returns to North Dakota

Comedian Bill Engvall will be arriving at 4 Bears Casino & Lodge on Saturday. The show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at 4bearscasino.com. His current tour is “Just Sell Him for Parts” and has traveled all over the United States, giving his fans a good laugh. According to ...

Minot Symphony Orchestra presents video game scores with ‘Fun and Games’

The Minot Symphony Orchestra will perform “Fun and Games” on Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 at Minot State University in Ann Nicole Nelson Hall. Tickets for the concert are $25 for adults, with senior and student discounts, and can be purchased online at www.minotsymphony.com or by calling ...

Minot Chamber Chorale to present ND premier of ‘Magnificat’

The North Dakota premiere of Norwegian composer Kim Andre Arnesen’s “Magnificat” along with two pieces dedicated to the memory of Twilla Peterson will be presented by the Minot Chamber Chorale at its Winter Classical Masterpiece Concert on Sunday. The concert will begin at 3 p.m. in Ann ...

LGBTQ+ masquerade

Magic City Equality will be introducing a new type of event to Minot at the Grand Hotel on March 7. The doors to The MasQUEERade open at 8 p.m. The show will begin at 9 p.m. and end at midnight. Performers from all over North Dakota and some from Minnesota will be attending to perform in ...

Two-character play sheds light on struggle

Jenny Castro, Aili Smith and two Minot State University freshmen will be presenting “Gruesome Playground Injuries” Feb. 27-29. Each performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. and take place in the Black Box Theater on the first floor of Hartnett Hall. “Gruesome Playground Injuries” is a ...

1911 horror: Freshmen, sophomores tackle heavy subject in upcoming play

A horrific disaster that took place in 1911 is coming to light in 2020 by the Central Campus Playmakers in “The Triangle Factory Fire Project,” directed by Kevin Neuharth. It will be performed Feb. 27-29, beginning at 7:30 p.m. all three days at the Central Campus High School ...

Visiting photography professor educates students about print types

Christina Z. Anderson traveled from Bozeman, Mont., to judge the ‘Americas 2020: Paperworks’ show, and also to give an art seminar on the Minot State University campus on Friday afternoon. Anderson is an avid photographer and a professor of photography at Montana State University in ...

Anti-vaping sticker contest winners announced

Anti-vaping sticker creations by Anna Kerzmann and Emma Ramirez were selected as the top designs in a contest conducted by the Minot Area Vaping Task Force. Anna, a fifth-grader at Edison Elementary in Minot, won in the fifth grade and younger category. Emma, a sixth-grader at Memorial Middle ...

‘The Lost Boy’

The Minot High Playmakers are performing “The Lost Boy” at Magic City Campus from Feb. 20-22, starting at 7:30 p.m. “The Lost Boy” tells the tale of James Barrie’s life and how he created the story of “Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up.” The play begins with ...

North Dakota Student Art Show at the Taube

The Taube Museum of Art in Minot will be hosting the North Dakota Student Art Show once again. Art entries will be taken until March 31 at 4 p.m. and displayed from April 7-29. The categories are separated into groups: grades K-3, grades 4-6, grades 7-8 and grades 9-12. The fee rate is $8 per ...

Brass Band of Minot concert for all ages

The Brass Band of Minot will have a concert titled “For the Young and the Old” in Ann Nicole Nelson Hall Sunday at 4 p.m. on Minot State University campus. Several pieces in many different genres will be played, ranging from “Best Foot Forward” by Ernest Tomlinson to “Mr. Sandman” ...