Monthly Archives: December 2006

Stephanie in the Rain

An interesting article in the Los Angeles Times the other day about how Minnesota native Stephanie Edwards has been kicked around at KTLA television in LaLaWood. For more than 25 years, she co-hosted that station’s coverage of the annual Rose Bowl Parade next … Continue reading


James Brown

1933 – 2006

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Video on Demand

If you should miss the Dullum File on television (heaven forbid)… very soon you’ll be able to see it later on  Soon our Dullum File …. will be available for you to watch anywhere, any time. Due to popular … Continue reading

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St. Paul’s

Thanks to the Outreach Committee of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Grand Forks for hosting last night’s Herald-WDAZ "victory" party.  Who better to try to reach out to than journalists? You’d have to be in a coma in Grand Forks not … Continue reading

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Person of the Year

This week on television we’ll be gathering reaction on Time Magazine’s decision to name you Person of the Year. You, at least, if you’re an internet content provider. Instead of a picture of George W. Bush or Bill Gates, the … Continue reading

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First Night

Hope you’ll join us New Year’s Eve at the YMCA Family Center in Grand Forks for First Night Greater Grand Forks.  We’ll be there along with some of the usual suspects from the station beginning at 6 pm. We’ll be … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve

A couple of weeks ago I got my first e-mail from Australia.  It was from David Grant, a Hillsboro High School classmate of mine (one year removed).  He’s been living and teaching "down under" since 1973. Since I was a kid I’ve been hearing … Continue reading


It’s a Wonderful Life

The Los Angeles Times has a interesting story today about the filming of Frank Capra’s "It’s a Wonderful Life."  Life on the set of the movie wasn’t always so wonderful, apparently.  Nevertheless, Stephen Cox, who wrote the article and "I’ts … Continue reading

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White Christmas

Liz Smith has an interesting column in the New York Post today about Irving Berlin’s "White Christmas."  It’s the "back story" of the popular song written orginally for the film "Holiday Inn" with Bing Crosby and the movie "White Christmas" with … Continue reading


Joseph Barbera

An obit in the Los Angeles Times notes the passing of Joseph Barbera, who, with his partner Bil Hanna, created beloved Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters like Tom and Jerry, the Flintstones, the Jetsons, Yogi Bear, Scooby-Doo, Huckleberry Hound and Quick Draw McGraw.  He … Continue reading