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UND in Space: Day 2
Time to be a Tourist by Tim o'Keefe Breakfast after a fitful, jet-lagged, maybe five hour sleep was just the start of one of the most exceptional interesting days I've experienced. Moscow surprises m...
5/24/13 at 2:59 PM Book author to discuss mystery behind 1920 North Dakota mass murder at Turtle Lake: former UND faculty member Vernon Keel at UND Bookstore Sept. 21 9/16/11 at 11:18 AM
Update on the fireball that exploded over Russia
The sun rose twice over the Ural Mountains in Russia Friday February 15. No one expected the second sun, a meteoroid that slammed into the atmosphere so fast it set the air aglow with a fire even br...
2/26/13 at 3:38 PM Digging for "Chebarkul" meteorites in the snow, new pix plus an orbit 2/23/13 at 10:51 AM
Scientists study 53 tiny meteorites from Russian fireball 2/18/13 at 6:29 PM
Assorted Church History News
Today, while taking a break, I came across some very intriguing articles that I share with you all here. I realize that is not why one comes to this site typically, but in this case, I hope you'll exc...
2/19/13 at 10:34 PM
A Good Day to Die Hard Review
By Kayley Erlandson In 1988, John McClane scurried across shards of broken glass with his bare feet and cemented his status as the epitome of action hero in the minds and hearts of the movie-going pu...
2/17/13 at 1:18 PM
Coca-Cola Sells in Every Nation but Two--Which Two?
After a 60-year absence in the country of Myanmar, Coca-Cola, historically the most popular brand name in the world, is returning. This means that in every country in the world, you can always feel a ...
6/15/12 at 3:56 PM New Plateaus Geography Spotlight #1: Moldova 4/20/12 at 10:03 AM
Building Roses and Hammered Dulcimers
I wanted to add a bit more to my story about Jeff Malm of Kulm, a man who creates the iron crosses that are traditional to German and Swedish cultures, and which can still be found in cemeteries in ...
6/1/12 at 8:16 PM Weird Ailments and Soviet Propaganda 2/25/12 at 10:00 AM
Georgia on My Mind 9/22/10 at 11:10 AM
Yesterday was one of those days when good food was sort of necessary. The reason for this was primarily due to the fact that I have realized that I am a back person, and that made me a bit blue. On Sa...
3/7/12 at 6:30 AM
Russian delegates experience American life in Moorhead
As a part of the Open World Leadership Program, MSUM hosted six Russian leaders from non-government organizations in an attempt to learn more about accountable governance, American society, culture an...
11/10/11 at 5:44 AM
Cheese Buttons From The Rock Roof Inn
Some of the best cookbooks I own are the ones that churches compile. The problem is that you only have a couple of weeks to buy the cookbook and if you miss your chance, too bad, so sad. Well when I...
2/2/11 at 8:03 PM
An angel in Russia
Bruce and Sue Kaul never aspired to be world travelers, but on April 4, 2005, they found themselves on a wild ride to Stavropol, Russia, a city near the border of Chechnya, the republic that had been ...
10/11/10 at 9:45 AM
Senators to Russia: Open bird markets
U.S. Sens. Al Franken, Amy Klobuchar and 28 other senators are asking Russia to allow American poultry imports. The two Minnesota Democrats signed a letter to the Russian ambassador after his country...
9/7/10 at 11:41 AM
Czechs stop Russia's streak
The Czech Republic defeated Russia 2-1 Sunday to win the World Championship title in Cologne, Germany. Two-time defending champion Russia had won 27 straight games in the even...
5/23/10 at 6:00 PM Russia rolls, Canada folds 5/22/10 at 3:18 PM
Russia Wins Gold 5/10/09 at 6:10 PM
My column earlier this week centered on remnants of the United States' nuclear deterrents against the U.S.S.R. Today, I read this disturbing Wired piece about Perimeter, a secret system in Russia that...
9/23/09 at 10:34 AM