FARGO – It took a minute to warm up, but the old Farnsworth radio picked up on Friday’s Twins game while Fargo North High School student actors listened in the company of Bryce Farnsworth.
FARGO - A piece of furniture once reserved for royalty is likely sitting in your home right now. Named for the leader of the Ottoman Turks, the ottoman – an upholstered footstool – is one of the most versatile pieces of furniture anyone can own, says designer Nancy Michelsen of Vivid Interiors. Ottomans are also called “poufs” and “tuffets.”
FARGO - Fringy, feminine and slightly sultry, fashion is taking a cue from the Golden Age, and as Jay Gatsby proclaimed in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, “Can’t repeat the past? Why of course you can!”
FARGO – A few months ago, I found out that I’m sensitive to gluten.
I mourned the loss of pasta and baked goods and set out to find some suitable gluten-free replacements.
FARGO – Nicole Such’s co-worker describes the 28-year-old’s style as “pulled together,” “eclectic and unusual” and “refreshing.”
WEST FARGO - The third time’s a charm for Mark and Stephanie Topp. The couple and their two children will soon move into the 2,600-square-foot rambler at 3719 Hidden Circle that they designed with Stylemark Builders. The $579,000 home is the third the Topps have built, and they say it’s their last.
FARGO - Judy Gefroh had a few rules when her daughter, Kaitlyn Gefroh, was picking out a prom dress – no cut outs, nothing see-through or too low cut, and it couldn’t cost much more than $500.
FARGO - Eighth-grader Darlene Richter was curious about the sparks she saw when her dad was welding at home.
FARGO - Mathew St. Martin lives out of a suitcase.
St. Martin has never lived in one city longer than three years at a time, and he’s been in Fargo four months with his model-artist wife.
FARGO - In 1973, 21-year-old Paulette Rastedt (Rehling-Letnes) had no idea how much a wallet-size card from the YWCA would later influence her life.
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