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Results of the 35th annual Buena Vista Snowjourn held Saturday. John Deden was also named the 2015 Johnson-Jarvi Snowjourn Award recipient, which is given to a person or persons who...
Photos from the 35th annual Christmas Holiday Meal on Thursday at First Lutheran Church.
BEMIDJI -- Wouldn't it be nice to see the Beach Boys here in Bemidji? For more than 50 years, the Beach Boys have been touring and recording music, which include several hit songs such as "Good Vibrations," "California Girls," "Wouldn't It Be Nice," "Kokomo" and the the album "Pet Sounds." And on Thursday evening, they will be performing a holiday themed show called "A Beach Front Holiday" at the Sanford Center. For two weeks out of the year, the Beach Boys perform these special holiday concerts that combine their hits along with Christmas songs. "We change the set every night," said Bruce
BEMIDJI -- After a year of touring behind an album and film, both of which are titled "Fading West," alternative rockers Switchfoot will be hitting Bemidji during the final trek of shows. "We've never been that far north in Minnesota," said Chad Butler, who has played drums for the group since they started in San Diego in 1996. "We're excited to play a show there." The band consists of Butler, Jon Foreman and his brother Tim, Jerome Fontamillas and Drew Shirley.
BEMIDJI -- Any number of technological ailments can strike your smartphone, tablet or iPhone. Stories abound of screen glass cracking and/or breaking from being dropped, a spilled drink wreaking havoc on a poorly placed device and other situations that can leave one thinking their device is doomed. In Bemidji, those damaged devices just might be saved by Ryan Eichberg, who runs Ryan Cell Phone Doctor in the downtown area. Well, Eichberg is technically not a doctor.
BEMIDJI -- Sometimes it is nice to put a face to the voice you hear on the radio. Thursday night, people got that chance in Bemidji with MPR Connects!, a seven-year-old event that carries on a long tradition of the hosts and employees of Minnesota's Public Radio meeting with the public. The event Thursday night at the Hampton Inn & Suites featured Stephanie Curtis, who does the Movie Maven film reviews.