FARGO - For many area residents, last summer’s increase of mobile food vendors brought a touch of New York City to downtown Fargo. This time around, foodies can expect roughly the same lineup of the trucks and carts that would be more common on the streets of the East Coast than the Midwest.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - All around Fargo-Moorhead, the scent of grilling fills the air. It’s barbecue season, a time to head outdoors and enjoy summer by grilling up some burgers, brats or whatever else your heart desires.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Like its grotesque, lumbering monsters with an appetite for human brains, the zombie genre just won’t die. “World War Z,” starring Brad Pitt, hits movie theaters next week, on the heels of last week’s premiere of “In the Flesh,” BBC America’s new miniseries about society recovering from a zombie outbreak.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – For festival fans, there’s plenty to enjoy throughout the next few months, ranging from music to food to culture. Just as these festivals feature unique bands and venues, each brings together different demographics, resulting in fest-specific attire.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - There’s a lot for everyone to like at this year’s Happy Harry's RibFest when it kicks off on Wednesday. Whether it’s the ribs (and there are a lot, as always) or the other food options, the various side dishes or the music, there are plenty of reasons to head over to the Fargodome to check out the four-day event.RELATED CONTENT
Lack of incentives put North Dakota at disadvantage
FARGO – A TV version of the movie “Fargo” will be making its debut next spring, but it’s not going to be made in Fargo – in part, local officials say, because of the lack of incentives that can be offered here for film and TV production.
The Hollywood Reporter also reported that Adam Bernstein, an Emmy Award-winning director, will direct “Fargo’s” first episode.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – When it comes to concert tickets, presale is the new on-sale. That’s because, according to local music promoters and bookers, it’s now normal for concerts to have at least one, or even multiple, opportunities to buy tickets before they go on sale to the general public.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - It took its time getting here, but summer is upon us. With it comes more festivals and events than you can possibly hope to fit into your schedule.RELATED CONTENT
We’re all probably tired of reading about him, but Justin Bieber is in the news again.
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.