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FARGO — A gift from thousands of children's book creators hopes to help turn a page in local children's education.
FARGO — Ed Sheeran hasn't played the Fargodome since 2013, but the full house made the singer feel right at home Wednesday night, Oct. 17.
FARGO — In 1977, at the age of 30, Pat Gerlach walked away from the office world he'd known as a printer, journalist and editor and declared that the outdoors was his new workspace. For 40 years, the Moorhead native traveled the country, taking photographs of the landscape and the animals that roamed them. Gerlach's travels ended Thursday, Oct. 11. Surrounded by family and friends, he succumbed to the terminal cancer that had been diagnosed three years earlier.
FARGO — If there is too much of a good thing, patrons of the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra aren't worried about it this weekend.
FARGO — Every season has its highlights, but none are celebrated like fall. Sure, summer has the Fourth of July and winter has Christmas and New Year's and spring has, well, the end of winter. But autumn is celebrated for just being itself.
MOORHEAD — Pop-punk band blink-182 has canceled its fall tour, including a Wednesday, Sept. 12, show at Bluestem Amphitheater in Moorhead.
FARGO — Fargo-Moorhead radio listeners are tuning into more rock than talk, according to the most recent ratings released earlier this month.
We survived the dog days of summer just in time to enjoy the great outdoors and some fun under the sun — and there's plenty to pick from this weekend.
WEST FARGO — A former West Fargo woman is all wet — and gold — after winning a medal at the Gay Games in Paris.
An alternative to the family-friendly, song-and-dance summer productions at Trollwood Performing Arts School or Gooseberry Park Players, Act Up features young performers in contemporary shows that tackle sometimes touchy social issues. Past productions have addressed bullying, discrimination, addiction, mental illness and suicide. Director Rebecca Meyer-Larson knows that the troupe may have a reputation for heavy works, but she says this year's title, "The Theory of Relativity," is really something to talk about.