Making wishes come true: A cancer survivor herself, Make-A-Wish CEO dedicated to organization’s mission
FARGO - When Billi Jo Zielinski surprised Jade McGough at Scheels All Sports to tell him his wish was granted, it was a little hard to tell who was more excited.RELATED CONTENT
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – With hundreds of lakes less than an hour away, having a place of your own is a popular dream for many in the Fargo-Moorhead area.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - The rest of the country will get a look at how the national media sees our part of the world when the new TV series “Fargo” airs Tuesday night on FX. This got us thinking. How would we cast our movie of “Fargo”? That is, who would portray the very real characters who are so identifiable in our community?RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Museums aren’t often big on letting visitors touch the art, but the Plains Art Museum is making a concession.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – At 31, Dan Francis is too young to remember many of the buildings featured in his photographs.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – WDAY-TV maintained its top spot among local news viewers, according to the most recent ratings period.
The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre sings a happy song this weekend with its production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
It may not quite be cruising weather yet, but this weekend’s Topper’s Car Show will have you thinking of hot rod season.
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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.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
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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?