LGBTQ Annual Pride parade

Photo Gallery: Fargo-Moorhead 2016 Pride Parade

by Samantha Starkon Aug 31, 2016
Thousands lined Broadway to take part in the community's annual Fargo-Moorhead Pride Parade on Sunday, Aug. 21. Check out the fun and colorful photos from this year's festivities.​

Bison vs. Charleston southern 2016

Photo Gallery: NDSU Bison vs. Charleston Southern (2016)

by Fargo Monthlyon Aug 30, 2016
It was the first overtime played in Fargodome history and former Bison and four-time national champion Christian Dudzik was there to capture all the action courtesy of our sister magazine, Bison Illustrated.

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Monthly Finds: Knick Knacks

by Fargo Monthlyon Aug 30, 2016
It's no secret that Downtown Fargo is full of unique shops with funky merchandise. We visited a few shops and found a few fun items you might want to have hanging out in your home or office.

Selfie Station FargoConnect

3 Ways You Can Benefit From Attending FargoConnect

by Fargo Monthlyon Aug 29, 2016
FargoConnect isn’t your average communications conference, because everyone can learn something useful for their business or even for personal benefit. The Flint Group is hosting the third annual event Tuesday, August 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Even if you don’t work in media, marketing, communications or advertising, FargoConnect will teach you how to use digital tools to stand out. The one-day event focuses on providing attendees with the latest information about communications and technology. Here are just three of the many reasons why you should attend.

Fargo Artist Travis Beauchene

Artist Feature: Travis Beauchene Has A Passion For People

by Lauren Wilsonon Aug 26, 2016
From getting his Bachelor's degree at North Dakota State University to spending three years studying for his Master's in Fine Arts in the sprawling international art scene of Washington, D.C., Travis Beauchene's art practice has changed and grown immensely over the years.

O.A.R. Bluestem Center for the Arts

Q&A: A Chat With Rock Legends O.A.R. On 20 Years Of Music

by Samantha Starkon Aug 25, 2016
For their XX Tour: Evolution of a Revolution, O.A.R. excitedly scheduled its second performance at Bluestem Center for the Arts in Moorhead on Sunday, August 28 at 6 p.m.


The Game Changer: NerdQ Aiding Local Video Game Developers

by Lauren Wilsonon Aug 24, 2016
New-to-Fargo resident Corey Cliett is about to make it a lot easier for you to hear about new games from local developers.

Kitchen Remodeling- Aubrey Costello and Chris Denman

West Fargo Family Increases Home’s Market Value With A Kitchen Upgrade

by Lauren Wilsonon Aug 22, 2016
Your kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your house. It sees more traffic than any other room and puts up with the hot, the cold and the messy. To increase their house’s market value and prepare for graduation, one West Fargo family decided on a kitchen upgrade by working with Aubrey Costello of Showplace Kitchens and C&N’s contractor Chris Denman.

Carter Cassola Cooking - Chef

Chef Boy-ardee: Local 12-Year-Old Making Big Strides In Culinary Career

by Erica Rappon Aug 18, 2016
A West Fargo boy is making strides in his dream of having a successful culinary career, and he’s only 12 years old. From making scrambled eggs at 3 years old to submitting a recipe for a White House challenge and cooking competitively on national television, it’s safe to say that Carter Cassola has a fire that ignites his passion for cooking. And it’s a fire that certainly burns hotter than any stove he’s ever cooked on.

The Private Collection: Trever Hill and Susan Cardinal

Introducing The Private Collection: Owners Give Us A Sneak Peek At Their Inventory

by Tracy Nicholsonon Aug 17, 2016
With the housing market booming and builder competition fierce, the need to differentiate and amplify a home's features is paramount. Many have found that staging a home is no longer an optional step, it's become a necessary and valuable part of the selling process. With the demand for design in mind, two locals put their style savvy to work, simplifying staging by offering a place for anyone to rent furnishings on a whim. To show us a sneak peek of their collection, the owners, Susan Cardinal and Trever Hill, set up shop among the trees.