FARGO – The brown pillbox hat Sister Andrea Arendt places atop her head reminds her of a fashionable historical figure.
FARGO - Elisabeth and Brett Iepson watched HGTV on their honeymoon. When they returned to Fargo, they were inspired to start perking up their 102-year-old abode in the historic Hawthorne neighborhood here. The first task was adding an Ikea chandelier to the master bedroom.
FARGO – I like to display fresh, cheery flowers in my home year round.
But sometimes, the gorgeous stems quickly wilt. With a dose of flower food, cut blooms stay alive longer, offering their beauty for a few more days.
FARGO - In first grade, Diane Miller was so shy and quiet her teacher assumed she was deaf. “The teacher told me to take Diane to the hospital to have her ears checked because she’s deaf,” says Diane’s mom, Emy Miller.
FARGO - Thuy Tran fearlessly tries unusual attire combinations. The 22-year-old Minnesota State University Moorhead senior has fun with clothes and embraces her unique style.
FARGO – Salvador Dali and “Beetlejuice” inspire Emma Skumautz’s designs.
The 22-year-old apparel studies major at North Dakota State University put her muses to work as she created looks for the 13th Annual Fashion, Apparel and Business Organization (FABO) Spring Fashion Show.
WINDSOR, N.D. - Hannah Sargent and Jonathon Moser didn’t intend to be farmers. Two years ago, they had office jobs, lived in downtown Fargo and ate sushi on a regular basis.
FARGO – Kaytlin Dargen and Nicole Mendoza walk the streets of Fargo in search of “people who look like they have something to say.”
Inspired by the “Humans of New York” photo blog by photographer Brandon Stanton, the two Fargo North High School juniors founded “Humans of Fargo” in March to expose the diversity of the city.
WEST FARGO - The 4,800-square-foot modern rambler at 943 Mulberry Lane here is waiting for shoes and coats in the mudroom and family photos on the wall. The new build by Serenity Homes of Fargo-Moorhead boasts high-end finishes, 12-foot ceilings, a theater area, a wine cellar and an oversized three-stall garage.
FARGO – Instead of spring cleaning, think spring crafting.
The spring crafts we rounded up are affordable, easily customizable and add a splash of spring to your abode.