People call him Quilter Tom. Tom Thompson spends his free time making quilts of all sizes. “It’s a good pastime for an 88-year-old man,” Thompson said.
R. Tracy Myers can play a tune. The retired contractor volunteers his time playing Dixieland, jazz and blues music at area assisted-living centers under the name “An Old Guy With a Clarinet.” “I’m 79; that’s where the old guy comes in,” Myers said.
Allison Slavik’s world revolves around her hula-hobby.
Shoppers lined up and packed into the just-opened Sephora boutique at the West Acres JCPenney store this morning.
A passion for wine has morphed into a new hobby for two Fargo women.
Wednesday is the happiest day of the week for Evelyn Weninger. The retired 76-year-old Fargo woman spends two to three hours on Wednesdays rocking babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Sanford Health.
Fans at today's Bison homecoming game may be there for about four hours.
But it took up to 150 hours to prepare the Fargodome for the roughly 19,000 fans.
Brittany Voulgarakis may not be making key plays for the Fargo North High School football team, but she’s still part of the team.
For Mindy Stratton, painting handcrafted children’s furniture is a way to keep in touch with her artistic side and her family.
Christelle Dominique has a passion for fashion. The Minnesota State University Moorhead junior is pursuing a degree in marketing but also takes apparel and textiles classes at North Dakota State University. “Fashion was my first choice, but I had to have
a backup plan just in case,” Dominique said. Dominique made a name for herself in her home country of Haiti and the U.S. by starting her own clothing line, MeJeanne Couture. Dominique still sends sketches to her mom in Haiti, who consults with seamstresses who sew the pieces for her. She showed her work at the Plains Art Museum’s Spring Gala on Saturday. She will also present her collection at the Atlanta International Fashion Week in July.
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