Out of Italy and into Germany where contestants face gnomes, beards and cows.
In December, we introduced you to the Minneapolis Beard and Moustache Club. With the State Beard Off happening Saturday, we’ve brought in some of the competitors for our first ever TCL Beard and Moustache Fashion Show!
Here are some video clips of local news coverage from the press conference held in Holland to officially announce that “Old Man with a Beard” was painted by Rembrandt:
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – San Diego police are releasing new surveillance video and photos to help track down an armed serial robber dubbed the “Red Beard Bandit.” He’s wanted in connection with five gas station robberies in the past two weeks. His latest hold-up was at a Shell Station in Kearny Mesa March 13th. The clerk chased the robber out of the store, but police say he left his gun, sweatshirt, and some money behind.
Southern Fried Beard And Mustache Show
watch video here
Wes Bentley was recently made aware of the wildly popular Facebook fan page for Seneca Crane’s Beard and now he’s got something to say about it. If you’re not yet a fan… what’s wrong with you?! Hit that Like button now!
Sometimes, you just need to step back and appreciate the bearded folk. And on Saturday, that’s exactly what will happen at the third annual Minnesota Beard-Off at First Avenue in Minneapolis. Making their long-awaited debuts are two well-known bearded men of Northfield—Doug and Don Bratland, rockin’ (they’re in a band!) twins who sport ferocious facial hair that many men could only fantasize about growing. After missing out the last two years—Don was out of town and Doug didn’t want to compete alone—the two will make the 45-mile trek to put their beards up against the best in Minnesota.
The Long Beard Healer visited the Wudang mountain in China on a personal invitation in October 2011. Wudang is the biggest Daoist center in China with many monasteries and sacred places. With his hosts, the Daoist monks he exchanged experience in the application of the ancient Daoist healing practices and methods. Certainly, as a Master in the Chinese martial arts, the Long Beard Healer did not miss on the opportunity to participate in the grand tournament of the Daoist styles of the martial arts. His skills were appreciated highly and he won three medals for the three disciplines he took part in. During his stay in Wudang, the Long Beard Healer gave interviews for several local TV news programmes.