Category: Entertainment

Sesame Street replaces Wall Street

Sesame Street replaces Wall Street

  As ‘Occupy Wall Street’ demonstrations lead into its 25th day, ‘Occupy Sesame Street is in it’s eighth day. Twitter users are making light of the situation by hash-tagging the word ‘Sesame Street’. Tweets are reading things like, “99 %t of the worlds cookies are consumed by one percent of the cookie monsters” are just one example of many tweets that are […]

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“Kim’s Fairytale Wedding” may feature local faces

“Kim’s Fairytale Wedding” may feature local faces

ST. CLOUD – The footage from newly wed Kim Kardashian and husband Kris Humphries’s visit to St. Cloud may make national television during the two part wedding special Kim’s Fairytale Wedding on “E” Entertainment.   Humphries has local Minnesota ties and in mid July the newly weds were spoted at the St. Cloud Five Guys, and the Boys and Girls Club on the Eastside. Tune in Suday at 7 […]

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Two ply, or not two ply…

Two ply, or not two ply…

ST. CLOUD- The average person uses a little over 100 toilet paper rolls a year, and with that much toilet paper, one would only hope it wasn’t like sandpaper. The campus of St. Cloud State University is known for its equality and excellence, but when it comes to the toilet paper…not so much. Only one building on the campus carry […]

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Trouble for Hank Williams Jr.

Trouble for Hank Williams Jr.

Musician Hank Williams Jr. the voice of the theme song for Monday Night Football over the past 20 years has gotten into a bit of trouble with associate ESPN. It was apparent that the sports giant wasn’t ready for Williams Jr’s rant on Fox news show, “Fox and Friends”. During the telecast Williams  was asked what he thought about President […]

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Molitors Haunted Acres

Fall events

ST. CLOUD, MN – The leaves are changing and summer is officially over, but for one local family it is their busiest season of the year. The Molitor’s are gearing up for yet another year of one of the biggest fall events in the St. Cloud area. Tammy Molitor is one of the owners and operators of Molitor’s Haunted Acres. […]

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Wilson dog park - St. Cloud, MN

It’s a dog day

ST.CLOUD, MN – For many dogs, Wilson’s Park in St. Cloud is a paradise.  Between the river to swim in and all the open area, this park has many advantages. Major McCormack, a dog owner, says the park is ideal for it’s open space. “Openness, the size of it actually the dogs have plenty of room to run”, McCormack says, […]

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Antique treasure roadshow

Antique treasure roadshow

MELROSE, MN – People gathered at the St. Mary Catholic Church and brought along their personal treasures and collectables to see if they were worth a little more than they expected. Many people were surprised to find out that their old radios and photo albums that were passed down from generation to generation, had a little more value than they […]

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Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. close in on deal

Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. close in on deal

LOS ANGELES – Former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen and the studio that fired him are drawing closer to a deal to end their legal dispute. According to a person familiar with the talks, Sheen and Warner Bros. were nearer an agreement but still at work on it Monday.  The person, who was not authorized to comment […]

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Going Green is for Everyone, Including Your Pet!

Going green is a growing trend.  But who knew your pet could be trendy too? There are many ways your pet can go green. The first thing you can do for your pet is to adopt them from a shelter.  Many animals that live in shelters will end up dying there too.  Too many people are over breeding and abandoing […]

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5th Ave Live! Still Underway

5th Ave Live! Still Underway

SAINT CLOUD- 5th Avenue Live! is a project that is designed to bring back life to the South-side of St Cloud.  The first part of the project was completed last fall with the building of student housing along with some retail shops and a Holiday Gas  Station that just recently moved in across the street.  Barry Kirchoff, the Director of […]

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