FARGO - It’s a simple enough question, but one that Greg Tehven hates to answer: What do you do? The 29-year-old could say he’s an adjunct professor for Concordia College, teaching the school’s Global Business in India program on social entrepreneurship in Bangalore.
FARGO – A 19-year-old college student and a 49-year-old floral shop employee hope that 2014 will be the year they can claim the title of Fargo Star.
FARGO - Music is in the bones of Angie Schulz – even if it’s sometimes in her funny bone.
FARGO - In the era of “keeping up with the Joneses,” David Sheinkopf said it’s easy for homeowners to get overwhelmed when they start to design a room.
Valentine’s Day is the worst holiday, just another reminder from society that being single is something to be embarrassed about.
FARGO - When Adisara Khan moved here more than a decade ago, there were no Asian bakeries to get her fix of sweet rolls and meat-stuffed buns.
CASSELTON, N.D. – Linda Wendel discovered distance was the key to dealing with her husband’s loud snoring.
Short film on filmmaker and deaf father set to be screened at Fargo Film Festival
Singing competition continues for next three weeks to pick eight finalists who will face off March 22
FARGO – With the first round of votes tallied, The Forum’s eighth annual Fargo Star singing competition has named its first two finalists who will duke it out for glory and bragging rights at a live performance next month.
WEST FARGO - Andrina Brogden knew she was meant to be a performer in 2011, when she landed the title role in a West Fargo High School production of “Cinderella” and realized the power she had in front of the crowd.
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