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‘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 »»

December’s cultural gifts

November 29, 2012 Ready for December’s cultural column? Do you have your Christmas tree in place? Is it real? Is it artificial? Is it flocked? Is it decorated? Does it smell like a Christmas tree? Does it sing? More... more »»

‘Lincoln’ powerfully reminds us

November 23, 2012 The narrow focus of Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” shows that through the course of his largest accomplishment a man really can be defined. more »»

Minot meets Mahler

November 15, 2012 Conductor Scott Seaton of the Minot Symphony Orchestra is ranging from minimalist to dense and rich in his selections for Saturday’s performance, “Minot Meets Mahler,” at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Latest Bond outing darkest yet

November 15, 2012 “Skyfall” celebrates 50 years of the James Bond franchise with less of a bang than a kind of Freudian overhaul. more »»

Murder in a manor of speaking

November 8, 2012 Lin Knickerbocker and C.J. more »»

Washington turn as addict helps Flight soar

November 8, 2012 Robert Zemeckis’ “Flight,” which opened Friday, is not a movie about airplane. more »»

Minot High School’s presents “The Wizard of Oz”

October 25, 2012 Let’s go off to see the Wizard at Minot High School’s Magic City campus beginning tonight at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Music With a Mission Tour hitting Minot

October 24, 2012 A group of musicians is on a mission to help needy children halfway around the world, and they’re stopping in Minot to rock out. more »»

‘Tartuffe’ a comedic jab at hypocrisy

October 18, 2012 Considering “Tartuffe,” which opens Tuesday at Minot State University’s Aleshire Theater, is about 350 years old and not Shakespeare, one wonders how Moliere’s comic masterpiece has such staying... more »»

MATS ‘Getting Out’ a troubled story

October 18, 2012 “Getting Out” is the fall production by the Minot Area Theatrical Society, opening tonight at the Vegas Motel at 7 p.m. more »»

Minot Chamber Chorale set for another fun performance

October 18, 2012 The Minot Chamber Chorale is anything but stuffy. They are also anything but an expensive night ou. more »»

‘Giddyup’ back to Hostfest

September 27, 2012 The interview was done by phone of course, with Richard Sterban in Missouri ready to go on a few hours later. more »»

Tale of wine and (funeral) roses

September 27, 2012 The site is the Vegas Motel on North Hill, but the scene is set in California’s Napa Valley. The date is Sept. 28, 2012, but you’ll think it’s 1997. more »»

October’s opalescent cultures

September 27, 2012 Welcome to October. You’ve noticed the greens have turned to yellow on our trees and when you are fortunate, you even notice some reds if you spy a maple or bearing bush. more »»



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