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“We’re excited for people to view the exhibit and explore at your own pace,” YWCA communications manager Allison Pillar said, adding she hopes the exhibit will encourage people to have conversations and look for ways to increase diversity.
“To get the bigger acts, you’ve got to pay for it," Cody Cashman, CEO of the RRVF Association, says about this year's lineup in West Fargo.
The Arts Partnership interviews the visual artist and trained biologist about his approach, influences and past work experience as a software engineer.
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Curt Eriksmoen's "Did You Know That" column shares the story of Gene Holter, who grew up in Jamestown and went on to train animals that frequently appeared in TV shows and movies.

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The sculptor formed and taught in the art program at Minnesota State University Moorhead and quickly established himself as a creative force in the community.
The special dinner at the Fargo museum will be prepared by San Francisco chef Gonzalo Guzman.
Looking for something to do around Fargo-Moorhead this holiday weekend? Here are 5 ideas to get you out and about and celebrate Independence Day.
A musical with Concordia College ties will be performed at two free shows at the school this week.
Amy Grant will perform in downtown Fargo this September.
July 8 dinner features foods from Canada to South America

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The Arts Partnership profiles the Fargo singer-songwriter and her passion for music.
"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen concludes his series of famous actors, singers and others who were known by something other than their birth names.
This month's smaller version of the annual event doesn't include Midwest Viking Fest.

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