Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present THE STRANGE DR. WEIRD in Murder 1,000,000 BC and other Old Time Radio Plays as the first of its 2011-2012 "Late Night Alternative" series. Using the vocal talents of George C. and Tommy C. from URL Radio's "The Manpower Hour," Cory Wardner of "The River," and various other experienced actors including Amanda Pitzer, Andrew Hager and the golden voiced Mike Hinman, this staged production of a classic radio drama is certain to send dazzling deluge over the airwaves.
Bismarck, N.D. - North Dakota's tourism industry bucked declining national trends in 2009 and 2010, leading the nation in the four major reporting categories, according to the United States Travel Association (USTA)'s 2011 research. In USTA's annual report, Impact of Travel on State Economies 2011, North Dakota leads the nation in four categories for the second straight year. The 2011 report covers the impact of travel on state economies in 2009 and the U.S. national economy for 2010.
Time-honored traditions are part of our culture. They are reminders of who we are and what makes us unique as a state; as a people. Keep it simple this holiday season by shopping close to home and spending quality time with the family. Choose a home-grown gift made by local artisans or attend one of the many events happening across the state. Take a moment to remember and honor those who have served in the military at a Veterans Day event near you.
North Dakota's Medora Musical has been named a Top 100 Event for 2012 by the American Bus Association. ABA member Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation submitted the musical for consideration. The ABA's Top 100 Events in North America is a comprehensive list of what the ABA recommends for group travel in United States and Canada. This prestigious list includes winners from hundreds of celebrations, festivals, commemorative events and fairs. ABA members nominate events and a panel of judges considers many factors prior to making the final selection.
NDSU University News- MU Gallery
*Collect! Create! NDSU Faculty and Staff Show *
Fargo, N.D., (Aug. 25th, 2011) - The show entitled "Collect! Create! NDSU Faculty and Staff Show" will be up at the North Dakota State University Memorial Union Art Gallery Aug. 23-Oct. 4. A reception for the show will be held at the gallery Sept. 15, from noon to 2pm.
The show currently features 29 artists/participants and includes a wide variety of art work and personal collections. The collections range from traditional to popular culture items as well as art work.
Celebrating 36 years "Living our history"
The Heritage Foundation of East Grand Forks area Inc. began holding Heritage Days' 36 years ago this year. We will celebrate this event on Saturday August 20, and Sunday August 21, 2010. Heritage Village is located on Highway 220 across for the Tech College.
You don't have to wait until school starts to learn about the three Rs in North Dakota. Ribbing, riding and racing highlight late August activities, while cultural events and festivals create the perfect learning environment. So loosen the belt, tighten the reins and savor the rest of summer before heading back to the classroom. To find more information about these events or for a complete list, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
Medora, ND, August 15, 2011 - Fargo production company Prairie Airwaves and the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation have announced that the monthly radio program Dakota Air: The Radio Show will be performed to a live audience in Medora at the Burning Hills Amphitheater on September 17th, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. MT, featuring Warner Brothers recording star Paulette Carlson and followed by a special concert.
Six-time Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum recording artists The Black Eyed Peas will hold a benefit concert on September 3, 2011, at the North Dakota State Fair Grandstand to assist the victims of the flooding that devastated Minot and surrounding North Dakota communities.