Fall Fashion October 2016

Monthly Finds: Fall Fashion

by Erica Rappon Oct 27, 2016
Plaid, flannel, hats, scarves, boots, jackets and so much more. It’s safe to say that we’re falling hard for fall fashion, so we went out to find a few items at Fargo-Moorhead’s boutiques that you might want to have in your closet this fall.

FM Opera David Hamilton

LIVE! FM Opera: Not What You Expect

by Andrew Jasonon Oct 26, 2016
David Hamilton, general director of the FM Opera, is astutely aware that opera can be a hard sell in 2016. However, with a push for a younger audience and a steam punk—yes, you read that right—version of “The Magic Flute” this season, you might be surprised to find that opera might be for you.

Shooting Star Aaron Tippin

Pat Lenertz

LIVE! Pat Lenertz: Breeding A Scene Of Togetherness

by Erica Rappon Oct 25, 2016
Pat Lenertz has been playing music in Fargo-Moorhead since 1999. He’s watched the local scene evolve dramatically over the years, and right now, he couldn’t be more proud to be a musician in this city because of what it has to offer.

Eric Watson Mole Sause

Culinary Spotlight: Mole – A Sauce As Complex As Its Roots

by Eric Watsonon Oct 24, 2016
Like many culinary creations, the specific origin and creation of mole is highly debatable. I think it’s safe to say that mole is a true Mexican dish but exactly who it’s creator is is a bit of a mystery.

Greg Tehven

Community Spotlight: The Disease Of Discount

by Greg Tehvenon Oct 24, 2016
For many of us, we have hot buttons, topics or requests that upset us, get us on our soap boxes or put us in a state of pure frustration. Lets break it down.

32 Below Bryan Loweree, Tyler Steinle, Tyler Waslien and Luke Nygaard

LIVE! 32 Below: Building An Empire

by Erica Rappon Oct 20, 2016
Country rock band 32 Below has been building an empire in Fargo-Moorhead since 2001, which is much longer than what some of their fans might realize. But that’s not what’s important. What’s important is how current members Bryan Loweree, Tyler Steinle, Tyler Waslien and Luke Nygaard have been working on reinventing the band the last three years and what they’ve been doing since they solidified their lineup together in 2013.


Mixologist Of The Month: Maxwells Restaurant & Bar

by Erica Rappon Oct 19, 2016
Maxwells bar manager Jeff Davis has a s’mores martini that is perfect for the fall season and will leave you wishing you were sitting around a campfire.

Peter Pan NDSU Theatre

NDSU Theatre Arts Presents: “Peter Pan”

by Erica Rappon Oct 18, 2016
Faith, trust, a little bit of pixie dust and a whole lot of teamwork is helping North Dakota State University’s theatre department put on their musical production of Sir J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan.” To get you, your friends and your families excited, we got an inside look at this timeless tale from director Jess Jung, set designer Tiffany Fier and costumer designer Rooth Varland.

GameDay Friday at BlackRidgeBANK

From Family To Teammates: BlackRidgeBANK Scores With Carson Wentz

by Samantha Starkon Oct 17, 2016
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz's recent success has led him to be one of the most talked about NFL players this season. Just as his popularity has spread nationwide, so have endorsements. In addition to signing with bigger names, such as Nike and Sanford Health, Carson Wentz has stayed true to his local roots by signing with Fargo-based Scheels and Jamestown-based RealTruck. Yet another endorsement that hits home for the former North Dakota State Bison star is his deal with BlackRidgeBANK, a leading community banking organization headquartered in West Fargo, with 11 branches in North Dakota and Minnesota.

Soja Harasim, FM Symphony concertmaster

LIVE! FM Symphony: Still Relevant After 85 Years

by Andrew Jasonon Oct 17, 2016
It’s easy for an old organization that’s been around for almost 90 years to slow down and become stale. However, as the FM Symphony celebrates its 85th birthday, that’s not the case for this organization that is firmly rooted in Fargo history.