Space, the last frontier. This month it has been closer to Brainerd than normal. June at the Franklin Art Center has a gallery honoring the 50th anniversary of the first space walk. The exhibit includes aliens, dragons, droids and other animals in a space themed fantasy that...
Author Douglas Wood has sold several million book copies, and he recently visited the Bemidji Library Book Festival to teach kids an important message about protecting the planet we live in. Find out more about the story here.
Marlon Davidson has been painting for over 50 years. His work has evolved in that time period, and the Watermark Art Center is showing his expansive collection to the public. Find out more about his story here.
Bemidji Chorale members sing their hearts out during their last rehearsal before this Sunday’s performance. Find out what people can expect this weekend. The concert will take place Sunday, May 17th in the Baux Arts Ballroom at BSU. The concert is free and an ice cream...
For this week’s In Focus, St. Phillip’s Catholic School in Bemidji had its fifth graders write a paper and literally pretend to be the famous American person who they researched. Find out more about the story here.
For this week’s In Focus, local author Daniel J. Rice lived in the wilderness for four months in order to write his book. Reporter Kathleen Cohen talks to him about living away from civilization and the topics discussed within his published works.
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