STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Sometimes I just have nothing to say
For people who know me, this might come as a surprise.
But sometimes, I just have nothing to say.
Today is one of those days.
I'm convinced I should carry around a little notebook at all times, jus... Posted on 11/1/12 at 5:18 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Chinese Halloween
Yeah I know, folks, it's a bit out of season, but Halloween was the next big thing for my year in China.
Wanna see how they celebrate?
Up to this point, exploring and living and teaching i... Posted on 3/17/12 at 10:00 AM
STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Bracing for the hordes
Tonights the night when a horde of goblins and ghosts, witches and warriors, pirates and Power Rangers and other assorted characters will ring our doorbell in search of sweet treats.
And horde is no e... Posted on 10/31/11 at 7:04 AM
REPRINT 1960: Girl Wigs Out at YMCA Party
Karen Hansen, who lived on Clary in 1960, apparently got a bit freaked out at the YMCA Halloween party in 1960.
I wonder how many if any of these photos were staged?... Posted on 11/9/10 at 11:00 AM
WINDOM — The figure of a man in a plaid shirt lurks in the shadows of a century-old theater, staring down a woman in the ticket booth before disappearing in a sideways “whoosh” that defies human capability.
A man gets lost in the blinding snow of a blizzard and perishes, but later shows up at his neighbor’s house to pinpoint the location of his own body.
The night clerk at a historic hotel experiences a period of bitter cold each night she works, in the midst of an extremely hot summer. In the same hotel, a lobby table lamp, a water faucet and a gas fireplace — the latter disconnected from a fuel source — turn on and off by themselves.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - On the night when little kids are knocking at the door looking for candy, North Dakota officials are suggesting that sex offenders turn off the front light or go out to dinner so they aren’t tempted.
Archie Ingersoll, Grand Forks Herald
, October 30, 2008
WORTHINGTON — A spook-tacular weekend is just around the corner as area residents prepare to celebrate Halloween.
Worthington’s long-standing holiday tradition, the Halloween Trail at Pioneer Village, will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. This event is designed for children in third grade and younger, accompanied by an adult. There will be treats for all children, and juice and coffee served. Admission is free, thanks to local sponsors.
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