REEL TALK: LET'S TALK FILM, TV, THEATRE, AND A BIT OF POP CULTURE INDIEWATCH: Truth is stranger than fiction in ‘The Bling Ring’
The Bling Ring is writer/director Sofia Coppolas latest film about burglaries that took place in 2008 and 2009 in the Hollywood Hills. The films opening credits are smeared with shots of celebrities, ... Posted on 10/28/13 at 11:35 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER User fees debated as stadium funding
By Danielle Nordine
A debate about whether gambling or user fees should be used to pay for a new Vikings stadium is the latest in a long fight over how to fund the project.
Two Saturday Capitol ra... Posted on 4/29/12 at 3:14 AM
18 HOLES WITH JACK... DANIELS Sunday at The Masters and Shot Making
Towards the end of last year I made a decision to try to be a shot maker again. Since 2004 I haven't had to do so as the courses that I played at did not have any trees. I had become only worried abou... Posted on 4/13/12 at 8:57 PM
SIOUX FOOTBALL The Preferred Walk-On's of 2012 (PWOs)
We have compiled a list of the preferred walk-ons that will be joining the UND Football program at the beginning of fall camp, come August. We think it goes without saying that the UND staff did a goo... Posted on 2/1/12 at 2:17 PM
THE ATTIC Bill Watson wins Hobey Baker, 1985
UMD hockey player Bill Watson (left) and coach Mike Sertich talk on March 29, 1985, at a news conference in Detroit after Watson was announced as the 1985 Hobey Baker Award winner. It was the second... Posted on 3/29/10 at 6:32 PM
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A woman showed more than maybe some people wanted to see at the Walgreen's in Moorhead last night. Moorhead Police say 37-year old Katherine Watson, who also uses the last name Engebretson, walked into the store around 6 last night wearing only a partial towel, thong, pasties on her breasts, and whipped cream on part of her buttocks.
(WDAY TV) - All this week, we have been telling you about life in North Dakota's oil patch. Along with millions of dollars flowing into the state, there are also the headaches of a housing shortage and road damage, but for those who can find a place to sleep, work in the oil fields means dollar signs.
SYDNEY (AP) — A 16-year-old Australian who braved boat knockdowns and seven months of solitude on a sail around the world set foot on dry land outside the Sydney Opera House on Saturday and quickly set an earthier goal: getting her driver's license.
, May 15, 2010
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