MOORHEAD – Local musical theater fans have almost certainly heard the results of Jo Marie Fike’s work, even if they didn’t realize it.RELATED CONTENT
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There’s a perfectly good reason why I still have a copy of Third Eye Blind’s 16-year-old debut album, and that reason is nostalgia.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – Having a hard time figuring out the perfect holiday gift for that former Fargo-Moorhead resident in your life?RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – They won’t be aired nationally, but two locally made commercials that were recently submitted to Doritos’ annual Crash the Super Bowl contest found an audience online.RELATED CONTENT
To get noticed, dudes would be better off not shaving for a few days than splurging on expensive clothes.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – Retailers aren’t the only ones gearing up for booming business on Black Friday. While stores ring up throngs of customers eager to get deeply discounted sale items, plumbers, too, have a busy day keeping up with calls for help clearing out clogged kitchen sinks or plugged sewer lines.
FARGO – Tim Williams can’t take credit for styling the shaggy beards of Phil Robertson and Uncle Si. But the owner of Details Salon in Moorhead recently was with the stars of reality show “Duck Dynasty” to help the family matriarch, Miss Kay, look her best during a book tour that brought them to Milwaukee.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.