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  • Fargo Monthly Dessert Issue

    How Sweet It Is!

    We all have a sugar craving every once in a while, a hankering for something sweet and delicious. While it may send our dentists heading for the hills, there is something special about a treat that tickles the tastebuds with sugar and glee. We’re here to celebrate those sugary delights provided by local bakeries, pastry shops and candy companies. The next time you have that sugar craving look no further. More

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  • Business Spotlight: 457 Cake

    Photos by Nolan P. Schmidt The notion of starting a custom cake decorating business had never once occurred to Jamie Duray. Like most people, she grew up frosting Christmas cookies with her family and helping out in the kitchen when needed. However, basing her whole life and livelihood on custom cakes and baked goods was […] More

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  • Business Spotlight: Mehl’s Gluten-Free Bakery

    Photos by Nolan P. Schmidt Mark Mehl, his siblings and other members of his family are in a group with nearly three million other Americans. They suffer from celiac disease, an immune disease that requires the absence of gluten in a person’s daily diet. Not doing so can lead to severe small intestine damage over […] More

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  • Meet the Maker: Uncle Charlie’s Gourmet Snacks

    Get ready for locally made gourmet puppy chow to knock your socks off as your new favorite all-time snack! We met Clayton Cottman this last year and have now discovered our new obsession: Uncle Charlie’s Red Velvet Chow. Tell us a bit about yourself: Well, I grew up in Washington, D.C., and moved to North […] More

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  • Meet the Maker: Wildflower and Co.

    As part of our giving back focus this month we couldn’t wait to interview Sarah of Wildflower & Co. who we met this year! Her unique business empowers women in need and we are totally obsessed with the apparel designs she creates to pair with the organizations she works with. Tell us about yourself: My […] More

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  • The Heart of Downtown Fargo Has a New Destination

    Photos By Dan Francis Photography Nestled among much-loved businesses like Blackbird Woodfire Pizza and Silver Lining Creamery as well as the nearly complete Block 9 project, Broadway Square is the new heart of downtown Fargo. The newest addition to Fargo’s urban center is currently home to an ice rink complete with skate rentals, and the […] More

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  • Ever-Changing Concept

    Think Global, Act Local: ‘Home’ As An Ever-Changing Concept

    Umwaka Mushya Muhire w’amata n’ubuki(Happy New Year wishes in kinyaRwanda) I hope this year 2021 will be positive a reflection of all the lessons learned in 2020! It is said to feel smart or to expand your world views it is vital to surround yourself with smarter people, this is why when I was thinking […] More

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Meals on Wheels

    Photo by Nolan P. Schmidt Erik Kiesz had a desire to help his community in a deeper capacity. After hearing an ad on a radio station in Sioux Falls looking for volunteers for the local Meals on Wheels program, he decided to give it a shot. That was in 2007. Now 14 years later, Kiesz […] More

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    Volunteer Spotlight: Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Giving our time and companionship can have an incredible impact on someone’s life. Such is the case with the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of The Village program, which provides role models for youth by matching them with mentors in the community. Josh Andres became involved in BBBS during college. Stemming from adesire to do […] More

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Down Home

    Photo by Nolan P. Schmidt Having a pillow and bed of one’s own is often taken for granted, but for those emerging from homelessness who have recently secured housing, furnishing a home is another significant challenge.  According to the F-M Coalition to End Homelessness, on any given night there are 1,022 individuals estimated to be […] More

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  • Brew Year

    Brew Year’s Resolution

    Who doesn’t love a good beer in the dead of winter? Everyone, right? While January is the time of year where we all choose to make resolutions and set goals for the new year, that can often come at the expense of our favorite brews. However, what if there was a way to stay true […] More

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  • Health and Wellness: Red River Advocacy Center

    Photo by Nolan Schmidt We are here to give kids an opportunity to come in and to disclose what happened to them in a safe, secure and compassionate environment.” Anna Frissell, Executive Director, Red River Children’s Advocacy Center The Red River Children’s Advocacy Center (RRCAC) provides healing and justice for children victimized by abuse, maltreatment […] More

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