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Arts and Entertainment

Entertainer creates fantasy for audiences

Las Vegas headliner and America’s Got talent winner Terry Fator is bringing ventriloquism, comedy, singing and impressions to Minot for Norsk Hostfest this month. From the time Fator was young he knew he could sing. “My first memory is singing for a group of adults. I loved making ...

DAKOTADATEBOOK: Sept4-8

Frances Densmore By CAROL WILSON Sept. 4 — In the summer of 1912, two peculiar figures trekked across the Ft. Berthold Reservation wearing high-collared dresses and heavy petticoats in the hot summer sun. Ms. Frances Densmore and her sister Margaret stuck out like a sore thumb as they ...

‘Carmen’ set to play at MSU

Western Plains Opera will return to Ann Nicole Nelson Hall in Minot State University’s Old Main on Friday, Sept. 8, and Saturday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. One of the most popular operas ever written, “Carmen” is set in 19th century Seville, Spain, where soldiers spend their time drinking at a ...

Dance studio to perform with opera

Dancers with the Rinat Mouzafarov Institute of Dance & Ballet Theater in Minot will be participating in Western Plains Opera’s Sept. 8-9 production of “Carmen.” Mouzafarov has created the choreography for his dancers and Sarah Heltzel, who portrays Carmen. Ten advanced dancers with ...

Concert rocks Oak Park

More than 200 people gathered at Oak Park Aug. 24 to listen to a rock concert hosted by The Pursuit Church’s Celebrate Recovery (CR) program. Tennessee-based bands Seventh Day Slumber and its opening act, Magdalene Rose, took a break from touring to share their stories of recovery before ...