FARGO - When the Hotel Donaldson had to fill its chef’s position in early 2012, management had to choose between two members of their kitchen crew, or look outside the company.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – Poor concrete has had a hard time. For years it’s been walked on, driven on, abused and overlooked. But some builders think it’s time to give the material a lift and put it up on a pedestal. Or at least use it as a countertop or in sinks.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The film and art world intersected Friday when the Plains Art Museum hosted the Fargo Film Festival’s evening party.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Those trying to find work and a better life working in the oil fields of western North Dakota have to struggle with the elements, finding housing and hostile attitudes.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – At the end of 2010, Dave Carroll had a crazy story to tell. “At Christmas parties I was telling people about this really creepy guy I met in the basement,” Carroll recalled last week.RELATED CONTENT
The Fargo Film Festival kicks off Tuesday and rolls through Saturday night. All of the films will be shown at the Fargo Theatre, on either the main screen or the secondary screen.RELATED CONTENT
Country singer performs Friday at Fargodome for nearly sold-out show FARGO - With the weather hovering around zero degrees, Luke Bryan just may be the thing Fargo needs to warm up.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Events promoter Jade Presents has signed a three-year contract with Fargo Public Schools to produce concerts at the Imagine Amphitheatre at Bluestem Center for the Arts.RELATED CONTENT
Crime doesn’t pay. That’s what parents, teachers and most responsible adults tell kids.RELATED CONTENT
Bitters heating up: Ingredient that brings depth, balance making comeback with resurgence of classic cocktails
Bitter may be the best way to describe this winter, but bitters are heating up around town.RELATED CONTENT
Hey, Old Man Winter, we need to talk.
This will be short and sweet, which I wish I could say about our relationship.
We’re done. Finished.
Any day now the Rourke Art Museum will name a new director to replace founder James O’Rourke, who died in March.RELATED CONTENT
Dempsey’s Public House has a reputation for attracting a diverse clientele.RELATED CONTENT
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Lyle Lovett and his Large Band’s Wednesday concert at Bluestem Center for the Arts was a nearly flawless two and a half hours of vibrant music – and 15 seconds of dread, for me.RELATED CONTENT
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With city elections coming on June 8, there’s been a lot of talk about the future of Fargo and who will take it in which direction. But if you’re interested in getting a glimpse a little further into the future, say 1,040 years, the man you want isn’t on the ballot.
You know how you’ll always remember where you were when you heard some bit of horrible news, like John F. Kennedy had been shot or the Minnesota Vikings had traded for Herschel Walker or someone was making a movie of the “Saturday Night Live” MacGruber sketch? I was chopping cilantro in my mother’s kitchen on Sunday when a National Public Radio newscaster announced Ronnie James Dio had succumbed to stomach cancer at age 67.
Blood. Guts. Mindless people pawing at your head, mumbling something about admiring you “braaaains.” It’s just another Saturday night in downtown Fargo, right?