Arts & Culture

Matt Olien reviews Interstellar and Big Hero 6

Natural North Dakota: Mascots

Nov 14, 2014

A Natural North Dakota essay from Chuck Lura. He's a biology professor at Dakota College at Bottineau.

Fargo Record Fair

Nov 11, 2014

Main Street's Ashley Thornberg visits Fargo's Record Fair.

Dakota Air Quasquicentennial

Nov 6, 2014
Kate Henne

Last summer, August of 2014, Dakota Air: The Radio Show participated in a big concert on the Capitol grounds in Bismarck, in celebration of North Dakota's 125th anniversary of statehood. Bad weather hampered both the performing and the recording, but they managed to put on a show anyway!

Falstaff Foiled at FM Opera

Oct 30, 2014

More conversation among David Hamilton, General Director of the Fargo Moorhead Opera,and

More discussion with David Hamilton and the cast members Wes Mason (Baritone); Matthew Burns (Bass Baritone); and Anne Jennifer Nash (Mezzo-soprano).  The production is "The Merry Wives of Windsor" by Otto Nicolai, November 1 and 2 at NDSU's Reineke Festival Concert Hall.  More at http://www.fmopera.org/

FM Opera Does "Merry Wives of Windsor"

Oct 29, 2014

David Hamilton, General Director of the Fargo Moorhead Opera, talks with cast members Holly Janz (Soprano);  Wes Mason (Baritone); Matthew Burns (Bass Baritone); and Anne Jennifer Nash (Mezzo-soprano).  The production is "The Merry Wives of Windsor" by Otto Nicolai, November 1 and 2 at NDSU's Reineke Festival Concert Hall.  More at http://www.fmopera.org/

Judgment at Nuremberg

Sep 30, 2014

Doug Hamilton visits with director Karla Underdahl

Saving The Scenic

Jul 10, 2013
T.McDonald

The community of Lisbon, North Dakota is putting a new spin on the old saying “It takes a village to raise a child.” In this case, it takes a community to save a theater… Reporter Todd McDonald has details.

WHY? - “NCAA and its Universities”

Dec 9, 2012

Why? Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life - Episode 51

Pride of Dakota Day

Sep 13, 2012

On Thursday (Sept. 13th),  the first two floors of the state Capitol building in Bismarck look more like a street fair than a government center.

As Prairie Public’s Dave Thompson reports, it’s the annual “Pride of Dakota” day.

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