When Scott Dulon graduated from Hudson High School in 1992 he had a plan to become an electrician. Soon after technical school he went to work for his Uncle, Bob Dulon, repairing parts for laptop commuters.
Show pays tribute to three music greats. For the fun and nostalgia of classic rock, it’s hard to top the 1950s hits of Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens or the voice of the Big Bopper, growling “Hello, BAAAYYY-bee!”, on his sexy and danceable “Chantilly Lace.”
ZUMBROTA — A public reception is planned from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 21 for two artists featured Feb. 16 through March 27 at Crossings at Carnegie - Denise Bunkert, who paints pastel landscapes, and HeeJune Shin, who paints watercolors.
Casselton, N.D. - When the sun filters through Susan and Pam Spooners’ stained glass suncatchers, they take on a life of their own.
A tree on a white background is transformed into a beautiful winter landscape.
A red maple leaf looks like it has caught fire.
Wine lover says you can enjoy wine without spending a lot When wine lover Michael McCullough picked the wines for tonight’s glitzy gala at the North Dakota Museum of Art, he considered vintages that would complement the menu, please the most palates and enliven conversation.
For Montana native Chris Lemmon, the youngest of 14 children, cooking was his family chore. As a child, he sampled a cheesecake made by his cousin’s grandmother who had worked at a café in New York. “I fell in love with it.”
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