We’re all probably tired of reading about him, but Justin Bieber is in the news again.
FARGO – It’s no secret that the cost of gas took off like a rocket last week, leading to prices of more than $4 per gallon around the Fargo-Moorhead area, some of the highest in the nation.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Talk about a whale of a book. Starting this month, the Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead public libraries and Plains Art Museum kicked off the “Three Communities, Two Books, One Art Exhibit” project, which includes an array of activities centered around Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick.”RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick” is a book that many people probably wouldn’t consider to be recreational reading, thanks to its intimidating length and difficult writing style.
PARK RAPIDS, Minn. – For Alex and Cassie Holmen, playing video games used to be a headache. Literally.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - As fans flock to the local multiplex this weekend to watch “Star Trek Into Darkness,” they’ll see a utopian society set more than 250 years in the future.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – After more than two months of live local music, FM’s Finest comes to a close tonight with performances by singer/songwriter Rosie Sauvageau and Shane Maland & Little Winter.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – JT Cigarro is bringing a touch of seafood to the North Dakota prairie. A few weeks ago, the bar opened its new JT Cigarro Grille & Lounge, which includes the area’s only oyster and martini bar. On the menu are unique offerings such as raw oysters but also plenty of other regular grill options.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Nearly 100 area mothers received an unexpected Mother’s Day gift while grocery shopping on Sunday, first from a stranger and then from their children.RELATED CONTENT
LAKE CHARLES, La. – If Mel Brooks has his way, a Moorhead native could one day be portrayed on the big screen by Jim Carrey.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Call it the curious case of the retouched photo. An eagle-eyed Forum employee recently noticed something strange about a background photo used during weather segments of KVLY-TV/KXJB-TV Valley News Live.RELATED CONTENT
When I was young, I used to picture myself as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder in the television show “The X-Files.”RELATED CONTENT
Fargo’s smoking ban began about six months ago, and the dust has settled predictably.
I don’t like sports. I like caring about sports. The caring, however, has always been hampered by my gladiators of choice: the Chicago Cubs, the Minnesota Vikings and the athletic programs of Iowa State University – a trio of perennial losers.
No, you didn’t go to bed on Halloween night and accidentally sleep through the month of November.
Since late-night comedy shows have become as must-do for presidential wannabes as “Meet the Press,” there has been some hand-wringing as vigorous as a surgeon scrubbing up before an operation.
Promising to ask no questions if something stolen is returned rarely seems to work, but I was wishing it would this past Friday night.
Cover bands aren’t all bad, but they’re usually boring. Blame the formula. Like their cultural cousins – light beer, fast food, laugh-tracked sitcoms, top-40 radio, wedding-dance DJs and romantic comedies – cover bands are delivery mechanisms for the familiar.
I don’t like what college kids and cabin-dwellers do to this town in the summer.
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George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic weren’t as rump-shaking as I expected.