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The most wonderful part of Ellen's 2008 wish from Make-A-Wish North Dakota was that it didn’t end with our return to our Larimore, North Dakota, farm. Anna, who knew that Ellen and Rosebud had bonded on the Santa Buddies movie set, gave her Rosebud and arranged to have the puppy flown to Winnipeg on Dec. 17.
The double-edged sword of advancement
Film shares the life of Karen Sterner, Lakota Elder
Todd Melby looks at an iconic movie in his book “A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of ‘Fargo.’”

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Regional movie theaters like the Lakes 12 Theatre in Baxter, the Sunset Cinema in Pequot Lakes and the Rialto Theatre in Aitkin were temporarily closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and have struggled during the past year, but they are showing signs of recovery.
For the past 25 years, anybody from Fargo who has traveled anywhere has probably gotten the same question. “You’re from Fargo? Do people really talk like they do in the movie?” As “Fargo” celebrates the anniversary of its release, city arts and business leaders look back on what it’s all meant.
Local owners struggles under weight of coronavirus pandemic.
Festival is Jan. 9, 2021, and is a fundraiser for the arboretum
The movie's co-directors and co-writers say the film is about focusing on the small things that make life good, and that's something they found during the time they lived in the state.
In the age of technology, folks can still manage a fun and festive getaway from the safety of their own couch. They just need a little imagination and these five travel-inspired Christmas movies that’ll jet them off to various locations around the globe.

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“We got rid of overdue fines. He got off scot-free.” — Byron Johnson, head of circulation
The Central Lakes College Performing Arts Center will present a unique series, “Movies Under the Stars,” where guests can watch a series of blockbuster movies on the college south lawn via a new 25-foot inflatable movie screen.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted CLC to innovate with outdoor alternatives intended to social distance attendees while still offering summertime fun to the general public, like its new older film series.

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