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Aluminum kitchenware exhibit

October 17, 2013 Aluminum kitchenware was all the rage 75 years ago in North Dakota and across the country. more »»

‘Captain Phillips’ very nearly achieves greatness

October 17, 2013 Movie: Captain Phillips; Director: Paul Greengrass; Studio: Sony Pictures; Rating: PG-13; My rating: 3 1/2 stars out of 5. It’s Oscar season, folks. more »»

Rock the Leaves breaks records

October 17, 2013 For the first time ever Rock the Leaves was a three-day festival this year, and it couldn’t have gone any better. more »»

Central Campus staging ‘Stage Door’

October 10, 2013 Central Campus will showcase more than 30 young actors on its stage this weekend — and that doesn’t count the other 30 working behind the scenes. I’ve got an army of theater kids. more »»

‘Gravity’ carries its weight with the greatest of ease

October 10, 2013 Movie: Gravity; Director: Alfonso Cuaron; Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures; Rating: PG-13. Rating: 4 and a half out of 5 stars. Space has been the subject of countless human dreams. more »»

‘Almighty Bob’

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Historic story depicted in MSU production

October 10, 2013 Director Carlen Gilseth drew inspiration from his family for the Minot State University theater department’s production of “100 Years of Normal. more »»

‘Rush’ to the theater for this film

October 3, 2013 Movie: Rush; Director: Ron Howard; Studio: Universal Pictures; Rating: R; Flint's finding: 4 out of 5 stars. more »»

Mouse River Players group announces 2013-14 season

October 3, 2013 Season tickets are now available for the 41st season of Mouse River Players Community Theatre. All shows will be held at The Arlene Saugstad Theater, downtown Minot, 115-1st St. SE. more »»

Ballet company presents ‘Scarlet Cord’

September 26, 2013 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer ajohnson @minotdailynews.com Ballet Magnificat! of Jackson, Miss., will present “The Scarlet Cord” at 2 p.m. more »»

A peek at humanity’s more savage side

September 26, 2013 Movie: Prisoners; Director: Denis Velleneuve; Studio: Warner Bros.; Rating: R; My finding: 4 out of 5 stars. “Prisoners” is a film bereft of joy. more »»

October’s colorful cultures

September 26, 2013 October’s colorful cultural calendar in Minot is full of colors similar to the changing colors of October’s gem, the opal. more »»

Fall music festival

September 19, 2013 This year Rock the Leaves is turning from a benefit concert into a full-blown music festival. For the first time ever, Rock the Leaves will take place over three days — Saturday, Sunday and Monday. more »»

It’s all in ‘The Family’ as mob-movie royalty shines

September 19, 2013 Movie: The Family; Director: Luc Besson; Studio: Relativity Media; Rating: R; My finding: 3 1/2 out of 5 star. more »»

Mozart comes to Minot

September 12, 2013 The well-loved story-in-song of the servant Figaro, his beloved fiancee, Susanna, and Figaro’s skirt-chasing boss, the Count, are just a handful of delightful characters of Mozart’s “Le Nozze di... more »»

‘Getaway’ quick: Serious Selena Gomez worst actor ever

September 12, 2013 Movie: Getaway; Director: Courtney Solomon; Rating: PG-13; My finding: 1 and a half out of 5 stars. It will be difficult to do justice to just how excruciatingly awful “Getaway” is. more »»

Soprano Hall returns to Minot

September 5, 2013 Amanda Hall is visiting Minot for the second time. This year, she is here to sing the role of “Countess Rosina” in the Western Plains Opera’s production of “The Marriage of Figaro” by Mozar. more »»

‘The Magic’ of being next

August 29, 2013 Movie: You’re Next; Director: Adam Wingard; Studio: Lionsgate; Rating: R; My finding: 3 1/2 out of 5 stars. more »»

September’s super culture

August 29, 2013 September in Minot can, this year, be best described as “super.” As a starter, there will be a fundraiser at our Roosevelt Park Zoo on Thursday, Sept. 5, from 6 to 9 p.m., called Wild About Wines. more »»

Review: 'The Butler' does the trick

August 23, 2013 By Flint McColgan At its heart, Lee Daniels’ The Butler is a family drama that happens to take place from the cotton fields of the deeply segregated south to the rise of the first black president of... more »»

 
 

 

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