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New Store: Sneak Peek Within The Green Room

by Tracy Nicholsonon Sep 28, 2016
Although a familiar face in the interior design industry, Leanne Seibold has spent the summer shifting her focus from occasional sales and refurbished furniture to an expanded design team and fresh new inventory. Redefining her business, Seibold recently closed the doors to her occasional store, The Studio, and re-opened in June to put the focus on her interior design business, The Green Room.

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Community Spotlight: Give Before You Get

by Greg Tehvenon Sep 28, 2016
This month, Greg Tehven challenges you to live more generously and gives three ideas of how you can take risks of kindness and support others.

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Downtown Update: College Students’ Impact On The Downtown Economy

by Mike Hahnon Sep 28, 2016
With the fall semester underway and thousands of students returning to the area for school, Mike Hahn from the Downtown Community Partnership takes a look at the benefits that college campuses and students have on Downtown Fargo.

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Q&A: Nationally-Known Recovery Advocate, Author William Moyers To Speak At Fargo’s First Step Event

by Samantha Starkon Sep 27, 2016
Recovery advocate William C. Moyers will headline Fargo Recovery Month event sponsored by First Step Recovery, a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center at 3201 Fiechtner Drive South in Fargo. Moyers, a “New York Times” best-selling author, will deliver a community keynote address at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, Sept. 28, at the Avalon Events Center, 2525 9th Ave. S., Fargo. He’s an advocate for reducing the stigma of addiction and promotes embracing those around us working toward long-lasting recovery. He will speak on addiction in this timely event for the Fargo-Moorhead community. Tickets are available at Firststep-Recovery.com for only $8.


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Footitt Homes Designs Masterpiece With Timeless Craftsmanship In The New Age

by Tracy Nicholsonon Sep 27, 2016
Within this special historic home issue, we had to show you at least one home that is newly built but fully emulates the timeless craftsmanship that is cherished in historic homes and rarely found in newer construction. This Footitt Homes masterpiece is a testament to the quality craftsmanship that is possible in this new age. Bringing this extraordinary dream home to life would mean combining the owner’s elegant taste and design with Footitt’s strong eye for detail.

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Things To Do In Fargo-Moorhead When You’re Under 21

by Fargo Monthlyon Sep 27, 2016
Are you under 21 and in desperate need of something to do? Check out our guide of 10 things that you can do and age doesn't matter.


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The Fit Life With Ashley Sornsin: Positive Vibes = Positive Thoughts + Positive Words

by Fargo Monthlyon Sep 27, 2016
This month, Ashley Sornsin meets with Artist Nichole Rae about positive self-talk and doing exercises to get into the habit of daily positive thinking.

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Culinary Spotlight: Fried Chicken – Traditional American Is Trendy Again

by Eric Watsonon Sep 26, 2016
In September's Culinary Spotlight column, Chef Eric Watson talks about the variety of dishes that can be created by using an entire fresh chicken, and shares a classic recipe for some good 'ol fried chicken.

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College Specials, Mug Nights And Discounts

by Fargo Monthlyon Sep 23, 2016
We present to you our guide to college specials, mug nights and discounts so you can save a buck or two at your next outing.

NDSCS President John Richman

State Of The Universities: NDSCS President John Richman

by Erica Rappon Sep 22, 2016
Recent studies show that there is a workforce shortage in our community and that there will be roughly 30,000 more jobs 
created in the next five years. Even though a workforce shortage isn’t necessarily a bad problem to have, how can Fargo-Moorhead fill all these jobs? President of the North Dakota State College of Science John Richman states that the college’s mission is clear: to educate and train the workforce. This is especially important when it comes to NDSCS’s Fargo location and helping the local workforce issue.