Monthly Archives: September 2008

Willie Porter

  We’re very pleased to have Willie Porter back with us on WDAZ News @5  Friday.  It’s been too  long.  Maybe if we ask nicely, he’ll do a number for us from his new album Available Light. Willie is performing … Continue reading

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Willie Porter

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Walk Your Paws

The Circle of Friends Humane Society always seems to have nice Fall weather for its annual Walk Your Paws event. It certainly did this morning. I think I heard correctly that about forty dogs (and their human companions) were signed … Continue reading

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North Dakota Recreation & Parks Association

Thanks to Steve Mullally of the Grand Forks Park District for the invitation to speak to the North Dakota Recreation and Parks Association last night.  We had a lot of fun. Except for a couple of years spent overseas (at … Continue reading

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North Dakota Library Card

Except for those two years I spent overseas (at Fort Benning, Georgia) keeping the world free, I’ve lived in North Dakota my entire life.  But I’ve never felt more like a North Dakotan than I have in the past couple … Continue reading

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Neil Diamond

From Alerus Center: Legendary performer Neil Diamond will take to the Alerus Center stage November 22, 2008 at 8:00. With a four-decade long career that has seen more than 125 million records sold worldwide, 36 Top 40 hits, a Grammy, … Continue reading

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Rough Riders Reunion

HOEVEN TO WELCOME THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDER RECIPIENTS TO FIRST-EVER REUNION Governor and Recipients to Participate in Harold Schafer Leadership Institute Public Invited to Attend Open House BISMARCK, N.D.  Gov. John Hoeven today announced that his office, in partnership with … Continue reading

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Bette Davis Stamp

The new Bette Davis stamp is being released today, The Associated Press reports.  There’s been one change since the image above was designed, apparently.  Bette’s will be a 42 cent stamp.

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Bette Davis

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Burn After Reading

I don’t think I’ve ever met a Coen Brothers’ movie I didn’t like.  Some are just better than others. The biggest joke in their latest "Burn After Reading" is the casting.  George Clooney, Frances McDormand, Brad Pitt–each playing a character … Continue reading

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