A local event planning company is following up its Walton fan convention with a very different sort of gathering.
In 2001, a stranger-than-fiction "true story" emerged in local papers about a 28-year-old Japanese woman who flew from Japan to Minnesota and bussed to North Dakota to search for the buried money from Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 film "Fargo."
In the play, a history professor finds himself faced with a class that is not interested in learning about black history. Disgruntled, he falls asleep and wakes to find himself the host of a talk show interviewing historical black figures from across the decades.
“We play so many genres, but our originals are really rock … based,” says frontman Billy Berger. “People have been calling us a jam band because we like to improvise. We do a lot of improvisation when we get on stage.”
We’ve spent a lot of time talking in this space about beers and their ratings, mostly from Beer Advocate, considered one of the industry leaders in beer reviewing. What we haven’t done is spend a lot of time talking about how we get to the magical number.