Category: Entertainment

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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Stearn’s History Museum Celebrates 75 Years.

ST. CLOUD- Earlier this month, the Stearn’s County History Museum turned 75.  To celebrate the anniversary, the museum had a display of 75 things that are important to the Stearn’s County History.  Some items on display included an old mailbox, clothing and accessories, an old organ that was transferred to different churches around the area, toys, and other fun things […]

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Wally "The Beer Man" McNeil will not be at Target Field this season which would have been his 30th with the team. Instead he will be working down the street before and after the game at Sneaky Pete's as a "celebrity beertender."

Wally The Beer Man No Longer a Target Field Fix

The Minnesota Twins have their home opener Friday, and the stands will be filled with many people. There will, however, be one less person in the stands who has been there since the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome opened in 1982. Wally “The Beer Man” McNeil has decided not to return for what would have been his 30th season with the […]

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Two SCSU alum part of Emmy nominated HBO series

Two SCSU alum part of Emmy nominated HBO series

The captivating HBO series entitled “24/7 Penguins/Capitals: Road to the NHL Winter Classic” was nominated for three Emmys on March 22. Their nominations include Outstanding Edited Sports Special, Outstanding Post Produced Audio/Sound and the Dick Schaap Writing Award. Two St. Cloud State University alums were part of the Emmy nominated series, one behind the scenes and the other on the […]

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A History of Music

A History of Music

A new exhibit on the campus of Saint Benedict’s may have your toes tapping. A 154 year history that still continues today is on display. The exhibit entitled Resounding Joy: Our Music Heritage is currently being shown at the Haehn Museum at the Saint Benedict’s Monastery. Director Sister Moira Wild explains why music has been an important part of the […]

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SCSU Hosts Somali Night

Saturday night St. Cloud State University hosted the fourth annual Somali Night. The night was dedicated to celebrating Somali culture and history. “The reason why Somali night is so important is because we want to show the community and our students here what Somali is and the culture, the history, and the food we eat,” Somali Night volunteer, Nasra Ali, […]

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2011 Super Bowl Commercials

For some, the Super Bowl is not just a showdown between the NFC and AFC, but a yearly event to see how creative advertising companies can get. With 111 million viewers, there were plenty of people to impress with commercials this year. “Overall, I thought they were disappointing,” Said St. Cloud State Student, Tony Christner, “They didn’t interest me and […]

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SCSU Alumini- John Hawkes is Nominated For Academy Award

SCSU Alumini- John Hawkes is Nominated For Academy Award

Th John Hawkes is up for an Academy Award for best supporting actor in “Winter’s Bones”. He plays a backwoods guy helping his niece find her drug-dealing father. Hawke is originally from Alexandria, Minnesota and attended St Cloud State University before moving to Austin, Texas to pursue his acting career. Hawke also appeared in the HBO series “Deadwood” and movies […]

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Malaysia Night at SCSU

Malaysia Night at SCSU

On Saturday, Nov. 6, the Malaysian Student Association hosted its annual “Malaysia Night” in the Atwood Ballroom. Currently 46 Malaysian students attend SCSU, and they welcomed everyone from the school and surrounding community to come out and learn about their home country. An impressive estimated crowd of 350 attended the event. Karthiga Veerami, the Malaysian Student Association President, was excited […]

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History of Veterans Day

History of Veterans Day

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