Today is April Fools’ Day, a holiday devoted to practical jokes and pranks. It’s a holiday that isn’t celebrated everywhere. Here at The Forum we take news very seriously and give you the information you need to know. We don’t take our business lightly, and hard-boiled journalists like myself don’t have time for jokes.RELATED CONTENT
KVLY’s sister station, KXJB, slumping
FARGO – WDAY-TV’s catchphrase, “the news leader,” is proving true. According to the latest Nielsen ratings, based on a February survey, the station’s newscasts at 5, 6 and 10 p.m. are the most-watched in the Fargo-Moorhead area.
FARGO - After nearly 40 years making furniture, Steve Revland is going back to the basics – the wood. Known for sleek styles and angular work, Revland is letting Mother Nature design his newest line, what he calls “live-edged, solid furniture.”RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - It’s not a place most people want to be: on your back with someone standing over you, a metal blade to your throat.
That is, unless you’re in the market for a hot shave.
FARGO - After “30 Rock” ended its seven-season run earlier this year, fans wondered what was next for creator/star Tina Fey and actors like Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The King is dead. Long live The King. Thirty-five years after he died at the age of 42, Elvis Presley is still shaking people up. The proof will be in the crowd Tuesday night when not one but four Elvises play the Gate City Bank Theatre at the Fargodome.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Darryl One is making up for missed time. The conductor didn’t come to classical music until he was in college, giving him a different appreciation for the music than others.
Temperatures will be quite a bit cooler than last year for annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, fun run
FARGO – The weather won’t be as nice as it was last year, but the sun always shines a little on Fargo’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
FARGO - As far as maestros go, Darryl One walks to the beat of a different drummer. While many conductors have a history in musical performance or at least studied classical music from a young age, One says he wasn’t exposed to orchestral music until college.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – With St. Patrick’s Day creeping up on Sunday, folks will be looking for a way to get a taste of the Emerald Isle, even in the land-locked Midwest.RELATED CONTENT
So what does one do after Rocktober, the month for all things rock ’n’ roll?RELATED CONTENT
Happy Halloween! It’s that very special day when we celebrate the patron saint for all things garish, kooky and downright spooky – Michael Jackson!
Watching Game 1 of the American League Division Series, pitting the Minnesota Twins against the hometown New York Yankees, I kept wondering who the cameras flashed to on the first base line.RELATED CONTENT
Karen Kohoutek misses the good old days.RELATED CONTENT
Every year during the Studio Crawl, there are a handful of things I make a point to visit, such as the poster art of Punchgut, Mike Marth’s great big garage and art garden and Dan Jones’ backyard painting studio.RELATED CONTENT
My favorite time of the year is just around the corner, and you can almost feel it in the air.RELATED CONTENT
I would bet the most popular Facebook status updates this week were “I had the time of my life,” or “Nobody puts Baby in a corner.”RELATED CONTENT
The main inspiration for the collection of essays, “Highway 61 Revisited: Bob Dylan’s Road from Minnesota to the World,” seems pretty obvious: Dylan’s music.RELATED CONTENT
On my first morning back at work after arthroscopic knee surgery last week, a co-worker asked how I was feeling. Then she got to the gist of the visit.RELATED CONTENT
I live downtown, across the street from the new apartments built for North Dakota State University students.RELATED CONTENT