FARGO – Colorful origami cranes, a shiny collection of sequins and a tree full of small canvas paintings all brightened up downtown here on Monday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Hollywood is making it hip to geek out. Starting this weekend, some of the most anticipated summer movies, like “Iron Man 3” and “Star Trek Into Darkness,” hit theaters and mainstream audiences.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – While the misfortunes (and later fortune) of former Bismarck broadcaster A.J. Clemente gave us some laughs this week, there’s a bigger issue here that needs to be addressed.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Even with the wide range of musical sounds that have been on display over the past few weeks of FM’s Finest, tonight’s showcase brings something new: rap and hip-hop, courtesy of Fargo duo Kipp G and Tony the Butcher.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Whether it’s big chains or small local coffee shops, java junkies are passionate about where they go to get their fix. In an effort to find Fargo-Moorhead’s best cup of coffee, we asked a panel of connoisseurs to take a blind taste test of 10 local brews.RELATED CONTENT
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Dennis Jacobs’ and Karen Branden’s swimming pool isn’t just good for a few laps. The couple, who went to great lengths designing an energy-efficient home, use the pool to help heat the rest of the house.RELATED CONTENT
These days, the fortunes of new shows on network television seem to be sinking faster than the Titanic. That’s been pretty evident over at USA Today, where the newspaper has been running its annual “Save Our Shows” feature, which lists TV shows reportedly on the brink of being canceled. Readers are then asked to vote for the show they want to save.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A new gathering getting started in Fargo-Moorhead is like a pub crawl for foodies.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – As if you needed any reminding, the grim specter of Tax Day has come again.RELATED CONTENT
A particular group of people will be in town this weekend, and it’s one that I’m afraid has gotten something of an unfair reputation of late. Where these people once used to be almost universally adored for the job they did, they’re now feared by many and portrayed unfavorably in movies and television.RELATED CONTENT
Highlights from this year’s 10,000 Lakes Festival near Detroit Lakes, Minn.
For a conflict-avoiding Midwesterner raised on a diet of upbeat emotional repression, asking someone why they are mocking you is a high-level nightmare – better than endless freefall, worse than showing up at the first day of school in nothing but undies.RELATED CONTENT
If a band rocks in a club and no one hears it, does it make a sound? Yes, The Hives showed at The Venue at The Hub on Monday night, where they blew away an audience of 303 people – what has to be one of the smallest crowds they’ll play for this year.
Routine turned Jon Vasquez into an accidental scofflaw. He walked into Vic’s Lounge in the Moorhead Center Mall on Monday, sat down, lit up a cigarette, called out to the bartender by name and asked for an ashtray.RELATED CONTENT
Detroit Lakes, Minn. WE Fest, in many respects, is all about repetition.RELATED CONTENT
Renting an area cabin can force you to soak in joys of wilderness living
If morning’s first stop in front of a mirror reveals a tick guzzling on your chin and all you do is squeeze it off, shrug and move on to frying the bacon, congratulations: You’re in cabin mode.