WEST FARGO – Before she lost nearly 100 pounds, Kelli Larson was a wallflower. This fall, the 35-year-old West Fargo woman did something she never thought she’d do: She sang karaoke at her cousin’s birthday party at Divas & Rockstars.RELATED CONTENT
Women at work: Businesses provide internal networking, leadership groups to inspire female employees
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Amid the backdrop of frenzied Black Friday shoppers, flying credit cards and mall traffic, on Nov. 29, StoryCorps quietly celebrated the fifth anniversary of a new holiday: National Day of Listening.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – “Hungry for More” host Jim Manney is back at Sickie’s Garage ready to make another crazy burger with General Manager Sean Veo.RELATED CONTENT
The Forum once again is seeking readers’ choices for area Person of the Year. We’re looking for someone who has had an undeniable impact on the Fargo-Moorhead community in 2013.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – While in Kenya two years ago, Alicia Helion learned people with HIV wanted help dealing with extreme stress.RELATED CONTENT
The holiday baking season is officially underway, and we are excited by the recipes we have already received in our Holiday Heritage Recipe Contest.RELATED CONTENT
Memories of the holidays seem to last a long time, and at my age I’m happy that I can recall the celebrations of my youth.RELATED CONTENT
Festive cocktails give gatherings spirit
FARGO – Get in the holiday spirit with a festive cocktail. Whether it’s a classic hot toddy or a refreshing champagne sip, drinks add a special touch to holiday gatherings.
Fargo -- When Eli Hunt needed to sell popcorn for Cub Scouts, his dad stepped in to help.RELATED CONTENT