FARGO - Casey Absey hopes to breathe new life into the local pizza scene with his new restaurant here.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – After losing a job and moving from his native Jamestown, N.D., to Fargo for more opportunity, JD Provorse figured he might as well try his hand at stand-up comedy.RELATED CONTENT
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Trade organization, local theater owners try to balance need to play trailers while not taking up too much time
FARGO - Concerned that trailers are taking up more of your time at the movie theater? Don’t worry because NATO is working on it.
FARGO – Police are looking for a man who robbed a north Fargo convenience store Sunday evening.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – The City Council here should hold off on voting Monday for the next step to annex Oakport Township and give affected residents more time to weigh in, Councilman Steve Gehrtz said Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - There’s a lot of history in the big white house with green shutters at 1530 Ninth St. S. Audra Mehl wrote the latest chapter in its history when she bought it with her first husband in 2004.RELATED CONTENT
All in the details: Fargo man got start with hobby of building small-scale creations at age 7 and hasn’t stopped since
FARGO - Hidden among the cramped shelves and workbenches of Alvin “Junior” Berg’s basement shop is a little sign that says it all.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - It’s a simple enough question, but one that Greg Tehven hates to answer: What do you do? The 29-year-old could say he’s an adjunct professor for Concordia College, teaching the school’s Global Business in India program on social entrepreneurship in Bangalore.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A 19-year-old college student and a 49-year-old floral shop employee hope that 2014 will be the year they can claim the title of Fargo Star.
In its own weird way, the plot of 1987 film "RoboCop" has become the perfect analogy for the sorry state of the movie industry in 2014 – an industry that’s more than willing to suck the humanity and meaning out of the original ideas and characters that we used to see at the theater, increasingly replacing them with remakes, reboots and sequels that often are a mere shell of the original concept.RELATED CONTENT
Like it or not, we’ll all say goodbye to an illuminating object in 2014. Starting Jan. 1, the 40- and 60-watt versions of incandescent light bulbs – the most popular bulbs in America – will no longer be made, the result of energy efficiency changes by the government.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Devon Manney thought he knew in grade school what he wanted to be when he grew up – a professional baseball player.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - ‘Don’t fall in.” That’s all I could think as I slowly climbed into a little blue kayak on the Red River last week, an afternoon adventure I agreed to try all for the sake of a column.RELATED CONTENT
I attended my first Pride celebration in 2011, when my new boyfriend and I drove down to Minneapolis for a fun weekend.