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Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8. Since it was first recognized as a holiday in 1914 (by President Woodrow Wilson) families have tried traditional and novel ways to let mom know what a valuable and beloved role she has in family life.
Four one-act plays will be performed that evening.
Maybe this is the year to honor another country’s tradition for Easter: Ukrainian-dyed eggs.

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Shane Balkowitsch is known for old-style portraits of Native Americans and personalities. Now, the Bismarck photographer can add Grammy-winning musician to his list of subjects.
The entry was titled “First Flight on the Setting Sun.”
A new major retrospective of the artist's works has gone up in New York City. One of his most provocative pieces remains in Kansas -- due, in part, to a surprise trip to Hollywood in 1960.
A first-of-its-kind collection of paintings spanning decades of the Yanktonai Dakota artist's career is on exhibit in New York City, and will arrive in Brookings, South Dakota, in 2023. Howe, a longtime professor in Vermillion who designed murals on the Corn Palace, was a seminal Indigenous artist.
Spring cleaning gets rid of winter’s grime and gives us an opportunity to rethink what we really need to keep.
It was hard not to say “ditto” for the father-son duo volleyball players.

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The eight minute, forty-two second "American Pie," still has a lot of fans today. Even my sons and daughter, ages, 24, 21 and 18, who think a lot of my music originated in the Stone Age and should have remained there, recognize and appreciate the lyrics of “American Pie.”
National Geographic’s online post about this delightful way of life says everything we need to know about the devotion Norwegians have for roaming the outdoors in all kinds of weather.
It was appropriate that young Charlie would be right there by his dad’s side as Tiger played his first “big” tournament while still recuperating.

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