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BEMIDJI – The First City of Arts Studio Cruise for 2013 is coming up in less than a month and already the crafters involved are gearing up for another fun-filled...
BEMIDJI — There is lots to do this coming week in and around Bemidji: Art Leap in Park Rapids will be in full swing, opera is coming back to Bemidji,...
“Pinch me so I know I’m not dreaming” is an often-heard expression, usually followed by a short laugh. In the instance of Deborah K. Jensen, newly published Bemidji author, she...
BEMIDJI -- Kudos to local author Roy C. Booth and his initiative in gathering like-minded writers for the Bemidji Speculative Fiction Guild and its upcoming anthology "Sword and Quill Vol. 1."
BEMIDJI -- Bemidji is on the cusp of another fall season of theater, concerts, opera and student productions, to name just a few of the events. The beginning of community theater offerings will be Ken Ludwig's new comedy/mystery "The Game's Afoot," which won the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allen Poe award for the best play in 2012. Bemidji Community Theater moved bag and baggage (props and costumes) into Bangsberg Fine and Performing Arts Complex this past summer for a promising tenancy on the main stage.
BEMIDJI -- Now that another school year has returned, parents may think they've fulfilled their responsibilities by buying those new "tennies" or must-have school supplies, but John Eggers of Bemidji has one more check-off item for them. Eggers, a former longtime educator, has written a new book, "Remember, Don't Pick Your Nose ... And 364 other things to say to your kids before they leave for school." A second subtitle is "A perpetual calendar of notes to remind kids who loves them most."
BEMIDJI -- Lovers of old time bluegrass and spiritual music should come on down to the amphitheater at 2 p.m. today at Lake Bemidji State Park where Jerry Brademan and his friends will entertain as well as invite the audience to join in singing.
BEMIDJI — The proof of the pudding is in the eating, as the old saying goes. Apply that adage to the instrumental music department at Bemidji State University: “The proof...
BEMIDJI -- Local musician and songwriter Lance Benson will be the final artist to perform for the 2013 Lake Bemidji State Park Concert Series. Benson's original songs are steeped in his dreams and a life lived well, whether on the road or his hometown. Benson will welcome his "guests" at 2 p.m. today at the amphitheater in Lake Bemidji State Park rain or shine because the visitor's center is next to the outdoor venue. Admission is free but a one day pass for $5 is required if you don't have an annual park pass.
Everyone has the right to expect safety in the streets; secure in the knowledge that one can walk in the dark or in the light without fear of being molested by another person. We take that right for granted until something happens to someone we know and we are once again shocked into reality that "yes, bad things do happen." Local author and playwright DeeJay Arens said that it took the eight years he spent writing his prize-winning novel, "The View From A Rusty Train Car," to exorcise the fears he felt as a young gay man growing up in middle America.