It’s one of the best times I’ve ever had–sitting up, anyway.   Moderating the University of North Dakota’s “Great Conversation with Sam Anderson” last night was a treat.

In addition to being the fine, versatile actor he is (“Lost,” “Forrest Gump” etc.), Sam is also a true raconteur.  We heard a bunch of his Hollywood stories at the Fritz last night where I had the best seat in the house.  Some of us were lucky enough to hear even more earlier at dinner.

Thanks to Kathleen McLennan of the UND Theatre Department and Mike Meyer at University Advancement for the invitation.

Nice coverage, too, from Brady Mallory of WDAZ last night and Paulette Tobin of the Herald this morning.

I’ll be dining out on this experience for weeks!

2 Responses

  1. Mike Moroz

    Hi, Terry: Greetings from Winnipeg! I always watch your newscasts and love the coverage. Grand Forks is like my back yard so to speak. I love coming down there and know it well.

    Keep up the great work!


  2. Mike…. Thanks for your nice comments. I like to think of Winnipeg as my “front yard.” Have seen some great shows in Winnipeg–some for work, some for play. Paul McCartney, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winnipeg Symphony, Folk Festival, Folklorama, Rainbow Stage, Burton Cummings and the Guess Who and the Rolling Stones–twice! I spent the better part of a summer working on a travel show in Winnipeg and had a lot of fun. Wonderful restaurants, too. You’re very lucky.

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