THE ARTS CENTER: CULTURE BUILDS COMMUNITY Spring Fever, Pen Pals & Art For Life
Hopefully this week we will finally be rid of winter. I think the fact that my first plant order arrived yesterday is a good sign. Of course, my much anticipated purchase of the Over-the-Top Dahlia Ex... Posted on 4/17/14 at 11:43 AM
STAFF BLOG FARGO INFARGO Video Blog: Episode 01 Recap
Join The Forum features editor Heidi Shaffer and John Lamb as they recap the first episode of FX's 'Fargo.'
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DESIGNED FOR THE TIMES Book Review - Fairy, Texas by Margo Bond Collins
Fairy, Texas, a small town like any other.
Laney Harris didnt want to live there. When her mother remarried and moved them to a town where a date meant hanging out at the Sonic, Laney ... Posted on 4/10/14 at 9:07 AM
STAFF BLOG GETTING IN GEAR Fargo Marathon: the biggest mistake you can make one month out
In just about a month, thousands of people will gather on the Main Avenue Bridge to take part in Fargo Marathon races. Its a thought that sends some people into a white, hot panic. They might have set... Posted on 4/9/14 at 2:00 AM
STAFF BLOG FARGO STAR Fargo Star Finals: LIVE Stream
The Fargo Star Finals will be held this Saturday, March 22nd, at The Venue in Fargo (map). All of the contestants need YOUR help to make this the best finals ever! Reminder: Attending the live event... Posted on 3/19/14 at 11:33 AM
When a TV show premiers and it has the same name as the place you live, as the new FX show “Fargo” did on Tuesday, it’s impossible not to feel something. (In the case of me and the hundreds of people who showed up for Tuesday’s premiere party at the Fargo Theatre, I would classify that feeling as “thrilling.”)
There was no icy reception for FX’s new limited-run series “Fargo.” The 10-part limited series starring Billy Bob Thorton and Colin Hanks drew a combined (original telecast and two encores) 4.15 million total viewers and 1.79 million adults 18-49 for its first installment, titled “The Crocodile’s Dilemma.”
LOS ANGELES - Advertising drama "Mad Men," facing a night of stiff competition on cable television, drew 2.3 million viewers to the premiere of its seventh and final season, network AMC said on Monday.
Moorhead native makes a prime-time splash with one-time role on TV series
CHICAGO – Before Ally Carey landed a one-time role on a popular TV drama, the show’s producers had one request – she should be “sexier.”
“When I said to my agent, ‘What do you mean sexier? Like more makeup or a low-cut top?’ and he said, ‘You know, whatever makes you feel sexy,’ and I was like, ‘Well, none of those things make me feel sexy, but if I did what makes me feel sexy, that would not be right for TV,’ ” she said.
FARGO – Tom Musgrave wants you to come along on a visit to a place called “Fargo.” Not that city in eastern North Dakota that many of us call home, a place that Musgrave himself called home for a time. But a different Fargo. One that’s part of an off-kilter and far darker universe.
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