Monthly Archives: September 2007

Across The Universe

Somehow producers of Across The Universe got the music just exactly right. If you haven’t heard, Across The Universe is a new film based on the music of the Beatles. The sixteen songs on the CD (out of 30 some … Continue reading

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No-shows

If you’re ever asked to be a guest on a live television news show, please do me a favor. Show up. Each year we book dozens and dozens of people to be with us live on WDAZ News @5 to … Continue reading

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Northwood Fund Raiser

Noel Haggard, the son of country music legend Merle Haggard, is going to be headlining a fund raiser for victims of the Northwood tornado. It’s Sunday from noon until 7 p.m. at the Chester Fritz Auditorium in Grand Forks. The … Continue reading

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Northwood Benefit Concert

Noel Haggard, the son of country music legend Merle Haggard, is going to be headlining a fund raiser for victims of the Northwood tornado.  It’s Sunday from noon until 7 p.m. at the Chester Fritz Auditorium in Grand Forks. The … Continue reading

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The Day Louis Armstrong Made Noise

A wonderful story about Louis Armstrong, Grand Forks and the Civil Rights movement is re-told in the op-ed section of the New York Times today. "The Day Louis Armstrong Made Noise" recalls how the comments Mr. Armstrong made before an … Continue reading

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Make Me A Maestro

Friday on the Dullum File on television, I get a lesson in conducting an orchestra from the music director of the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra James Hannon. It’s all preparation in the event that I win the orchestra’s Make … Continue reading

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Make Me A Maestro

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Walk Your Paws

Ryan Bakken broke away from his golf game long enough this morning to help us judge the Circle of Friends Humane Society’s second annual Walk Your Paws Pet Parade at Lincoln Drive Park in Grand Forks. Eventually winners of the … Continue reading

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Alice Ghostley

Another great character actress has died. The Los Angeles Times reports this morning that Alice Ghostley died Friday at her home in Studio City, California. She appeared in "Bewitched" and "Designing Women" on television, but also in movies like "To … Continue reading

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Kelly School

A big shout-out to all 450 students and 75 staff members of J. Nelson Kelly School in Grand Forks. Sports Director Pat Sweeney and I paid a visit to their monthly assembly yesterday morning. We delivered a "newscast" about responsibility, … Continue reading

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