IN THE BLACK Personal Finances relating to the Circus
With the Shrine Circus coming to town, I thought of some similarities between the circus and personal finances. Just as it takes training and practice to do the circus acts and train the animals it t... Posted on 3/23/12 at 5:56 AM
THE NEW FORTY Nothing is impossible when you work for the circus...
My friend Jeanine gave me this sign when I saw her in Bismarck recently. It fits me...I work for the circus...well, not exactly...but my life often resembles a bit of a three ring circus and I ... Posted on 7/6/10 at 4:08 PM
DOING IT DOWNTOWN Elephants parade on Broadway
By Ashley Wirtzfeld and Misty Irving
MSUM Mass Comm Majors
On March 18, the El Zagal Shrine Circus kicked off its annual performances in downtown Fargo by giving audiences a preview of what was to com... Posted on 3/23/10 at 2:00 AM
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The Melvilles play at Fitger's Brewhouse on Friday night.
The Melvilles are a six-man Minneapolis band that bills itself as rock, country rock with a touch of jangly pop. "We d... Posted on 6/24/09 at 4:12 PM
Circus will feature elephants, bears, but not tigers
If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
It’s an age-old question.
But here’s a more specific one: If a circus comes to the Fargodome and there are no elephants or tigers, would anyone go see it?
On April 17-19, the Shrine Circus will be visiting Fargo and hundreds of families will bring their children to see this event, and while parents may think they are treating the little ones to an afternoon of fun, in reality, they are promoting animal cruelty.
FARGO -- After parading elephants through downtown here last year, the Shrine Circus plans to launch the human cannonball on Broadway to publicize this year’s circus.
April 02, 2008
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