FARGO - As fans flock to the local multiplex this weekend to watch “Star Trek Into Darkness,” they’ll see a utopian society set more than 250 years in the future.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – After more than two months of live local music, FM’s Finest comes to a close tonight with performances by singer/songwriter Rosie Sauvageau and Shane Maland & Little Winter.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – JT Cigarro is bringing a touch of seafood to the North Dakota prairie. A few weeks ago, the bar opened its new JT Cigarro Grille & Lounge, which includes the area’s only oyster and martini bar. On the menu are unique offerings such as raw oysters but also plenty of other regular grill options.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Nearly 100 area mothers received an unexpected Mother’s Day gift while grocery shopping on Sunday, first from a stranger and then from their children.RELATED CONTENT
LAKE CHARLES, La. – If Mel Brooks has his way, a Moorhead native could one day be portrayed on the big screen by Jim Carrey.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – FM’s Finest takes on a shade of blue tonight as rock and roll singer-songwriter Rob Ashe takes the stage at The House of Rock at The Hub.
FARGO - At the Radisson downtown, the renovations are done and the doors on the second-floor lounge and restaurant are back open. The results are the revamped Level Two lounge (formerly Perspectives Lounge) and the Zest restaurant, replacing the former Passages Café.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – If you’re thinking of taking Mom out on Sunday, you’re not alone. According to the National Restaurant Association, the holiday has become the most popular day of the year to eat in a restaurant, surpassing even New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day.
I’m here to set the record straight when it comes to nerds and geeks. That’s because in Monday’s issue of The Forum, I wrote about how it’s now hip to be square, and used the words “nerd” and “geek” to mean essentially the same thing – someone who loves things like Star Trek and has dark-rimmed glasses.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Colorful origami cranes, a shiny collection of sequins and a tree full of small canvas paintings all brightened up downtown here on Monday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Call it the curious case of the retouched photo. An eagle-eyed Forum employee recently noticed something strange about a background photo used during weather segments of KVLY-TV/KXJB-TV Valley News Live.RELATED CONTENT
When I was young, I used to picture myself as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder in the television show “The X-Files.”RELATED CONTENT
Fargo’s smoking ban began about six months ago, and the dust has settled predictably.
I don’t like sports. I like caring about sports. The caring, however, has always been hampered by my gladiators of choice: the Chicago Cubs, the Minnesota Vikings and the athletic programs of Iowa State University – a trio of perennial losers.
No, you didn’t go to bed on Halloween night and accidentally sleep through the month of November.
Since late-night comedy shows have become as must-do for presidential wannabes as “Meet the Press,” there has been some hand-wringing as vigorous as a surgeon scrubbing up before an operation.
Promising to ask no questions if something stolen is returned rarely seems to work, but I was wishing it would this past Friday night.
Cover bands aren’t all bad, but they’re usually boring. Blame the formula. Like their cultural cousins – light beer, fast food, laugh-tracked sitcoms, top-40 radio, wedding-dance DJs and romantic comedies – cover bands are delivery mechanisms for the familiar.
I don’t like what college kids and cabin-dwellers do to this town in the summer.
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George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic weren’t as rump-shaking as I expected.