With North Dakota State enjoying a stretch of four straight national football titles since it moved up to Division I athletics, a group of NDSU athlete alumni decided it was time for Bison Nation to have a new sports bar.
DON'T MISS: "Homeland" - Season 5 of the acclaimed drama begins two years after the horrific embassy attack in Islamabad. No longer with the CIA, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) is building a new life with her daughter in Berlin. She's even in a stable relationship with a nice German lawyer (Alex Fehling). Oh, but you just know all hell will break loose soon. 9 p.m. Sunday, Showtime.
A lot of our favorites return, including HBO's "The Leftovers." But not the people who vanished in that show's first season; they're not back. Well, some of them might be, kinda-sorta, but now I'm veering perilously close to spoiler territory, so never mind. Here's what caught my eye this week:
The 26-year-old killer who gunned down classmates at an Oregon college spared a student and gave the "lucky one" something to deliver to authorities, according to the mother of a student who witnessed the rampage.
For actress Dawn Wells, a three-hour tour has stretched into a 50-year journey. Wells may have left “Gilligan’s Island” nearly half a century ago, but the character she played, Kansas farm girl Mary Ann, is still very much with her. Wells has a new book out, “What Would Mary Ann Do?” and will be holding a book signing at Tacoma’s own tiki-themed lounge, Tacoma Cabana, on Dec. 11.
A Federal Way singer so overcome with stage fright that she's adopted the stage name of "Music Box" made it on to the NBC reality talent show "The Voice" on Tuesday. Music Box was chosen by celebrity coach Shakira. The 28-year-old contestant sang “You Gotta Be” during the show’s signature blind auditions.
It’s easy to understand why people occasionally report sightings of Bigfoot in the mossy forests of the Olympic Peninsula. What else could explain a fast-moving biped with long flowing hair climbing trees and plunging into icy streams?
Alek Skarlatos, one of three Americans hailed as heroes for stopping a terrorist attack on a Paris-bound train in August, would have been at the Oregon college where a gunman killed nine people if Skarlatos hadn't been in Los Angeles to rehearse for ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."