Monthly Archives: January 2009

Pie Time

Just got back from celebrating National Pie Day (a week late) with Grand Forks native John Michael Lerma at the UND Student Wellness Center in Grand Forks.  I was Chef Lema’s "kitchen assistant."  My goal for the afternoon was to … Continue reading

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National Pie Day

We’re going to be celebrating National Pie Day tomorrow (just eight days late) with National Pie Champion and Food Network Challenge medal winner John Michael Lerma.  I’m told I’ll be his "kitchen assistant" as he gives us all a lesson … Continue reading

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WDAY General Manager Mark Prather delivering a plaque to retiring General Manager Bob Kerr for 27 years of service at WDAZ Thanks to young Joel Porter for filling in on News @5 this evening so that I could better enjoy … Continue reading

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Alerus Carpeting

As we first noted here in August, Alerus Center carpeting needs to go. Thanks to T. for reporting on it today.   Generally, I try not to take a position on political issues, but the Alerus carpeting transends politics (and … Continue reading

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Alerus Carpeting

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James Otto Sings



James Otto on News @5

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North Dakota’s Wine Industry


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Evening with the Arts

Had the nice honor of being asked to present one of the North Valley Arts Council’s Arts Awards last night.  Kathy Coudle King was named Artist of the Year, Tamar Read was honored for Individual Support for the Arts and … Continue reading

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James’ Guitar

  A funny thing happened to James Otto on his way to Grand Forks, or rather, to his guitar.   It fell off a stand on stage Saturday night in Florida–breaking off the top of the guitar.  No ordinary guitar, either, … Continue reading

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