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Fargo's other 'film festival' comes into focus

FARGO – The film and art world intersected Friday when the Plains Art Museum hosted the Fargo Film Festival’s evening party.

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Bakken in focus at Fargo Film Festival

FARGO – Those trying to find work and a better life working in the oil fields of western North Dakota have to struggle with the elements, finding housing and hostile attitudes.

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Men of ‘Steel’: ‘Creepy’ encounter leads to opening film at this week’s Fargo Film Festival

FARGO – At the end of 2010, Dave Carroll had a crazy story to tell. “At Christmas parties I was telling people about this really creepy guy I met in the basement,” Carroll recalled last week.

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Fargo Film Festival highlights

The Fargo Film Festival kicks off Tuesday and rolls through Saturday night. All of the films will be shown at the Fargo Theatre, on either the main screen or the secondary screen.

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Weekend Watch: Luke Bryan brings spring break to Fargo

Country singer performs Friday at Fargodome for nearly sold-out show FARGO - With the weather hovering around zero degrees, Luke Bryan just may be the thing Fargo needs to warm up.

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School of rock: Fargo School District signs concert deal for Bluestem

FARGO – Events promoter Jade Presents has signed a three-year contract with Fargo Public Schools to produce concerts at the Imagine Amphitheatre at Bluestem Center for the Arts.

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Lamb: Wrong side of law on right side of Oscar chances

Crime doesn’t pay. That’s what parents, teachers and most responsible adults tell kids.

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Bitters heating up: Ingredient that brings depth, balance making comeback with resurgence of classic cocktails

Bitter may be the best way to describe this winter, but bitters are heating up around town.

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Oil and art: As artists tackle ND’s boom, the results aren’t always pretty

FARGO - As the North Dakota landscape continues to evolve with this latest oil boom, the way people see the state is changing as well.

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Top Picks: Unglued Craft Fest

Friday and Saturday In each of its first three years, the Unglued Craft Fest grew so big organizers had to first find a larger space then add another date.

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Lamb: FeBROary beats winter blahs by a whisker

February is the longest short month there is. True, it’s only 28 days, but those four weeks creep by before giving way to March and the first signs of spring.

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Lamb: Welcome to the bandwagon, Vikes fans

Wooo hooo! Woooooo! Woooooo! Woooooo! That’s right, the big game is right around the corner. I know you’re pumped to watch the game with friends and cheer on your Minnesota Vikings, but I wanted to talk to you about something.

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Lamb: A little North Dakota love for Coco

Dear Conan O’Brien, I know it’s been a hard couple of weeks, with rumors, then confirmation that your short tenure as the “Tonight Show” host would come to an end. Sorry to hear that.

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Lamb: Late night shuffle

Who says, “There are no second acts in American lives?”

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Lamb’s beef with Cusack

With the holiday season coming to an end, so ends one of the most stressful times of the year for some people – all the nerds who fret over year-end lists.

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Lamb: Cherry T Ball takes a bow

In some larger metropolises, formal holiday balls are a big part of the season.

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Lamb: Taking issue with the war on Christmas

Every year around this time, I am asked the same questions: “Do you really need another cocktail wiener,” “It’s getting late, shouldn’t you go home,” and “Do you think we’ve lost sight of the true meaning of Christmas?”

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Lamb: This year, say it with holiday tchotchkes

In case you didn’t learn your lesson at Thanksgiving, or shopping on Black Friday, I’m here to tell you that especially during this holiday season, there definitely is too much of a good thing.

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Lamb: I’ve got a beef with ‘Twilight’

I have a bone to pick with the “Twilight” series: Where’s the beef?

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Lamb: FM Symphony to make history

Even before the first note at tonight’s concert, the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra has struck a chord nationally.

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