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Making a Scene: Francis has eye on ‘Past & Present’ and future

FARGO – At 31, Dan Francis is too young to remember many of the buildings featured in his photographs.

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WDAY maintains TV news ratings lead, but KVLY is gaining ground

FARGO – WDAY-TV maintained its top spot among local news viewers, according to the most recent ratings period.

Weekend Watch: 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre sings a happy song this weekend with its production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

Weekend Watch: 'Counting Cars' star rolls into Topper's Car Show

It may not quite be cruising weather yet, but this weekend’s Topper’s Car Show will have you thinking of hot rod season.

Weekend Watch: Shrine Circus flies high

FARGO - Pink’s circus-like concert in January set the bar high for artists who followed her at the Fargodome.

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Review: New McDonald's club sandwiches come at premium

FARGO – Say what you want about its food, McDonald’s knows timing and marketing. The fast-food franchise recently tapped into March Madness and the looming NBA postseason by tapping MVP LeBron James as the spokesmuncher for its new Bacon Clubhouse Burger and Chicken Bacon Clubhouse Sandwich.

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Weekend Watch: Mason Jennings and Iris DeMent

Singer-songwriters Mason Jennings and Iris DeMent come together at the Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, Friday night from different worlds.

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Making a Scene: The voice of North Dakota

FARGO – Merrill Piepkorn may just be the voice of North Dakota. He’s not a politician, but he is a professional talker and a popular singer.

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Review: FM Opera delivers scary good Poe-inspired premieres

FARGO – With world premieres of two operas, it was understandable for those producing “Buried Alive” and “Embedded” to be on edge at Friday night’s Fargo-Moorhead Opera performance.

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Trollwood alum shines new light on F-M Opera

FARGO – When Josh Epstein does a good job, audiences see the light and don’t even think about him. If not, he’s left them in the dark. As a theatrical lighting designer, Epstein doesn’t just flick the switches and turn on the spotlights. He’s responsible for setting the tone and subtly revealing elements of the story through the light’s color and intensity.

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Columns

Lamb: Columnist has bone to pick with zombies

Blood. Guts. Mindless people pawing at your head, mumbling something about admiring you “braaaains.” It’s just another Saturday night in downtown Fargo, right?

Lamb: Paradox heroes to the rescue

The way people were talking in the days leading up to “Iron Man 2” opening at the Fargo Theatre, you would’ve thought the venue was hosting a battle royale between the superhero and some equally destructive villain, not just a film.

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Lamb: Derby little secrets are sure to pay off

Recently, the question I’ve heard the most, well, besides, “Didn’t I tell you never to come back?” would be, “How do I go about picking a horse for today’s Kentucky Derby?”

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Lamb: Nothing to see in 'Town'

"Happy Town” premieres Wednesday night, but I doubt ABC’s newest paranormal small town series will melt many hearts in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

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Lamb: Let’s go ahead and make this taxing holiday official

At approximately 10:42 p.m. Thursday I was struck with a great idea: Tax day should be a holiday!

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Lamb: Man caves: Home of the testosterone zone

If a man’s home is his castle, a man’s _____ is his cave? Ask different people, get different answers.

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Lamb: Lenten lessons

Songs will remind you that Christmas is, in no uncertain terms, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but I’m warming up to Easter.

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Lamb: Kilt-clad clan to pipe up in Fargo

The 2010 Winter Olympics conclude this weekend, bringing to a close two weeks of international competition and camaraderie.

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Lamb: Great White Rock, eh?

When Bryan Adams takes the stage tonight at North Dakota State University’s Festival Concert Hall, even if the venue is sold out, it will be a step down from the worldwide audience he played to a week ago when Adams opened the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

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Lamb: Views on love – out of the mouths of babes

Let’s face it, you’re not reading me to get romantic advice. For that, I’ll turn this column over to someone who really knows – first-graders at my elementary alma mater, Hawthorne.

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