The first art exhibition of the year, Fjord Born, opened Thursday, Sept. 15 in St. Olafs Flaten Art Museum. The work comes from a group of artists who live on the Hardanger Fjord in Norway. They hope to connect different artists who live along the remote eastern shores of Hardanger to establish a new identity or add to the traditional identity of the region.
On Saturday night, the Pause was witness to screaming fans singing along with the band, throwing fists to the ceiling and jumping to the music.
This was no Limestones concert. This was the Chicago-based pop-punk band Lucky Boys Confusion and their opening act, The Dog and Everything.
Tenor Dennis Petersons commanding voice filled every empty corner and crevice of Urness Recital Hall on Monday, Sept. 19 in a performance of Franz Schuberts song cycle Die Schöne Mullerin, accompanied by pianist Sonja Thompson.