FARGO – The Kentucky Bourbon Trail stretches nearly 200 miles in the north-central part of the Bluegrass State, but you don’t have to go that far to sample some of the area’s signature spirits.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Spring is the season when the snow melts away and reveals what lies beneath and colors start to bloom.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Area Scandinavians will show their true colors on Friday. Syttende Mai, the 17th of May, marks the 199th anniversary of the signing of the Norwegian constitution.RELATED CONTENT
Sin cities: From prostitution to quickie divorces, exhibit details tawdrier side of Fargo and Moorhead
MOORHEAD - A new display at the Hjemkomst Center here shows that the twin cities of Fargo and Moorhead have a history as sin cities.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – As a group, The Oak Ridge Boys have been around since the 1940s. The most popular lineup – Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban – is celebrating 40 years together, and doing the same thing they’ve done every year: tour and record.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – “My first reaction when I heard about it, I thought, ‘Oh, thank God.’” The Rev. Jamie Parsley is celebrating the good news, but not just the kind from the good book. Parsley is one of the devoted converts excited about the late-April opening of Mid-Mod Madhaus, a store devoted to midcentury modern furniture.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – While Mother Nature isn’t showing her best colors yet, the area arts community is showing signs of life this weekend.RELATED CONTENT
VIDEO: A (creative) space of their own: Artists flourish with addition of downtown Fargo Spirit Room Studios
FARGO – It’s a common complaint: A developing artist, often just out of school, struggles to find a place to set up shop and work on his or her craft. One answer, or rather 22 small answers have emerged in the middle of downtown Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - The 15 minutes of fame stretched into five hours of fun Saturday night at the Plains Art Museum’s Andy Warhol-themed Spring Gala.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – For those jazz aficionados who proclaim the music is the first real American art form, Everett McCorvey has a history lesson for you. “The spirituals are really the mother music,” says the professor of voice and director (pictured) of opera at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.RELATED CONTENT
Hey, Old Man Winter, we need to talk.
This will be short and sweet, which I wish I could say about our relationship.
We’re done. Finished.
Any day now the Rourke Art Museum will name a new director to replace founder James O’Rourke, who died in March.RELATED CONTENT
Dempsey’s Public House has a reputation for attracting a diverse clientele.RELATED CONTENT
The verdict is in on the new TV season and it’s a split decision for the latest female-fronted shows.RELATED CONTENT
Lyle Lovett and his Large Band’s Wednesday concert at Bluestem Center for the Arts was a nearly flawless two and a half hours of vibrant music – and 15 seconds of dread, for me.RELATED CONTENT
Rightfully so, the media’s focus this past week was on the Republicans’ major gains in the midterm elections.RELATED CONTENT
Looking for a late-summer read and wanting something more substantial than the latest “Twilight” knock-off but more fun than Jonathan Franzen’s latest greatest, most American-est novel?RELATED CONTENT
With city elections coming on June 8, there’s been a lot of talk about the future of Fargo and who will take it in which direction. But if you’re interested in getting a glimpse a little further into the future, say 1,040 years, the man you want isn’t on the ballot.
You know how you’ll always remember where you were when you heard some bit of horrible news, like John F. Kennedy had been shot or the Minnesota Vikings had traded for Herschel Walker or someone was making a movie of the “Saturday Night Live” MacGruber sketch? I was chopping cilantro in my mother’s kitchen on Sunday when a National Public Radio newscaster announced Ronnie James Dio had succumbed to stomach cancer at age 67.
Blood. Guts. Mindless people pawing at your head, mumbling something about admiring you “braaaains.” It’s just another Saturday night in downtown Fargo, right?