Category: Entertainment

Minnesota Garden Care

Minnesota Garden Care

Spring is officially here, and Minnesotans are thinking about their gardens. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture urges safe use of pesticides and fertilizers by carefully following label directions. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, it is important to remember that it is unlawful to apply products without following label instructions. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture suggests those […]

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Left Without A Fighting Chance

Left Without A Fighting Chance

  ST. CLOUD, Minn;  Grnd Forks is known to be a town that revolves around hockey, but recently a huge announcement left the hockey world stunned. Word broke that the University of North Dakota Women’s Hockey program had been cut from the university. “For the WCHA in general it just is a big hit. They are obviously a great competitor […]

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Creating Culture

Creating Culture

ST. CLOUD, Minn; Although the Chinese New Year recently passed, the vibrancy and color of this celebration are still carried on by the Chinese culture. CAAM Chinese Dance Theatre took to the stage at St. Cloud State University to show off their heritage and get a chance to spread awareness about their culture. “It was a huge event for us, […]

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The Road to Innovation for Minnesota

The Road to Innovation for Minnesota

Lt. Governor Tina Smith and Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Commissioner Shawntera Hardy launched the #InnovateMN campaign today. The campaigns focus will outline Minnesota’s culture of innovation by providing stories of successful businesses and entrepreneurs. Lt. Governor Tina Smith said, “Innovation is embedded in our identity. Minnesota annually ranks among the top five states in new patents and is […]

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Art Exhibit Showcases SCSU Student’s Passion

Art Exhibit Showcases SCSU Student’s Passion

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – St. Cloud has always been known as a hotspot for upcoming artists both locally and nationally.The culture that downtown St. Cloud presents is one of originality and personality. And what creates that culture is it’s art. West St. Germain Street displays roughly half a dozen works of art that artists from all over the country have […]

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What to do when you say “I DO”

What to do when you say “I DO”

WAITE PARK, Minn-  Although it my not be on the average persons mind right now, wedding season is slowly approaching. Once you get that ring on your finger it may be hard to figure out how the planning begins especially with picking out your dream wedding dress. There are many different opinions for when the dress shopping process is appropriate […]

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“Wunderland” Star Comes to Big Lake

BIG LAKE, Minn. – Academy award nominee Tom Berenger will be in the Big Lake area to work on a new movie. The actor will be playing the role of Major McCulley in the film Wunderland which is set during Christmastime in 1944. The production office is at 611 Rose Drive in Big Lake, but the shooting location will be […]

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Forced Immigration

Forced Immigration

“Refugees define forced migration…the immigration group that is coming is very different from the typical narrative of immigration” said Monica Garcia-Perez Director of Research for Immigrant affairs. According to Emily Hipp,Development and Communications coordinator at the International Institute of Minnesota. before refugees get to America, they are put up at immigration camps, awaiting processing. During this time, they run extensive background […]

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Prince’s Paisley Park Celebration

Paisley Park will be hosting a four-day celebration in honor of Prince in 2017. The celebration will be held on the twentieth through the twenty-third of April, co-in-siding with he anniversary of the star’s death which happened on April twenty-first 2016. General admission passes along with four-day VIP tickets are on sale online right now. The event will include performances […]

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Visitation And Funeral Set For Pop Legend

Visitation And Funeral Set For Pop Legend

COLLEGEVILLE, Minn – A final tribute and celebration is scheduled for the 1960s pop legend Bobby Vee coming up next week. The pop star passed away on Monday at seventy-three due to complications of advanced Alzheimer’s. Vee was a notable fifteen-year-old who performed at a 1959 Moorhead concert in the wake of a plane crash that killed rock ‘n’ roll […]

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