The Last Flapper is a one-woman play co-produced by Visions Theatre and Long Lake Theater that retrospects the life of Zelda Fitzgerald. Wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Last Flapper shines a spotlight on Zelda's personal experiences of creative genius, repression and passionate pursuit of life.
A clever & lighthearted story about a truth-telling notebook that brings 6 strangers together.
Community Member talks about favorite books — Khalid Hosseini’s The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns.
Such a Fun Age is a debut novel from writer Kiley Reid. It’s a story “ about race and privilege, set around a young black babysitter, her well-intentioned white employer, and a surprising connection that threatens to undo them both.”
Cari Ebert is a nationally recognized pediatric speech-language pathologist, an early intervention specialist, apaxia specialist, an autism mom, a public speaker, and an author. Her specialty is early childhood development and she’ll be sharing her knowledge this Friday in Bemidji where she’ll be conducting the seminar Wired Kids: How Screen Time Affects Early Childhood Development. She joined the morning show where she talked about her work as an early interventionist and the impact screen time is having on mental and social childhood development.
Drama will essentially be pulled out of hats this weekend in Bemidji! Five playwrights, five directors, 20 actors, a handful of musicians and a select group of lights, props and behind the scenes theater elves will convene for Out of the Hat – a one of a kind theatrical experience that will take the stage at 7:30pm Saturday evening at the Chief Theater in downtown Bemidji.
Cross Country skiers from across the planet will converge on Bemidji this weekend to compete in the 38th MN Finlandia Ski Marathon. Mike Huerbin has been race director for the event for 20 years. In this Area Voices segment, he breaks down the various races skiers can compete in, the various events happening around the races and he shares history of the race which, at one time, was a two day, 100k event! The public is invited to cheer on the racers north of Bemidji at Buena Vista ski resort tomorrow.
Kendra Olson of Thief River Falls, MN is one of the multiple regional artists with artwork on display at the NWMAC Gallery – located at the Thief River Falls campus of Northland Community & Technical College.
Kendra’s work is part of the NWMAC “Winter Fantasy” art exhibit and she discussed her love for illustrations, with an emphasis on reflecting images of human beings.
“Kakapitshi” Meaning a conglomeration. “You can have [reasonable choice 1] or you can have [reasonable choice 2] or you can have Kakapitshi”.
2:56 – Why Trift? – John Kuppers,
6:07 – School of Music – Casey McCabe,
11:28 – The Corona Virus – Ben Halom,
17:06 – Photo Consent – Nathan Fervoy.
Crookston, MN resident Katelyn Crowe is a regional artist and a full-time student in the Equine Program at the University of Minnesota – Crookston campus.
She is a sculptor and she depicts her pieces of art – style and design – that are now on display at the NWMAC Gallery on the Thief River Falls campus of Northland Community and Technical College. Katelyn’s work is part of the NWMAC “Winter Fantasy” art exhibit.