BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Bringing recess to work
By Ryan Schuster
We're serious about promoting healthy living, physical activity and healthy eating habits.
How serious? A group of our customer service employees in Fargo took a short break during ... Posted on 5/22/13 at 3:11 PM
UND NEWS UND Flying Team in national competition: second by inches
The University of North Dakota (UND) Flying Team took second with a score of 355, only four points behind the winner, out of 28 schools at the National Intercollegiate Flying Associations (NIFAs) Safe... Posted on 5/21/13 at 2:01 PM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Davies educator honored for work with visually impaired
Davies High School special education teacher Julie Anderson, who serves the visually impaired, received the AER Friends of Vision Award at the Dakota AER Conference held last week in Grand Forks. AER ... Posted on 5/20/13 at 2:53 PM
SWEET CONCLUSIONS The Intricacy of Natural Art
The world is full of incredibly talented people, of artists who can create magnificent paintings and extraordinary sculptures, of people who can sing songs that raise the soul and dampen the eyes. The... Posted on 5/20/13 at 9:20 AM
THE GAY AGENDA Moving on up
Today's Forum carries an interesting story where a number of couples were interviewed regarding their plans for the future now that Minnesota has made same gender marriage legal.
... Posted on 5/19/13 at 10:10 AM
Art shows conflicts through soldiers’ eyes
PHILADELPHIA – For as long as the United States has gone to war, it has sent soldiers marching off to battle armed with paintbrushes, canvas, ink and sketchbooks.
I want to applaud Tammy Swift on her article (Sept. 22) “Rising above the hurt.” The careful and sensitive language she employed describing the act of suicide makes that article worthy of its place on the front page of The Forum.
Beatles tribute band Rain strives for ‘100 percent’ authenticity
‘You sound British,” I said during our phone conversation. It’s a strange thing to say to a native of Philly. More specifically, Steve Landes sounds like a Beatle. Then again, it probably isn’t so odd. For a decade, he’s played John Lennon in the Beatles tribute band Rain, which comes to the Fargodome at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
They drew little attention to themselves when they met regularly in coffee shops to discuss strategy and logistics. To a casual observer, they must have appeared like a bunch of kids out for a group date or meeting to plan some big social event.
Thank you so much for including in the Dec. 20 Forum an article describing my selection as a finalist in the youngArts Program sponsored by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. I am truly honored to be selected, and I am so very excited to participate in the arts week in Miami.
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