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Grain Designs Gives Away Custom-Built Table To Bison Football Family

by Lauren Wilsonon Jul 29, 2016
We’re all excited for the NDSU football team to get back out on the field this fall, but few people are probably as ready as Moorhead native Paul Morlock. Morlock’s name is probably familiar to you and for good reason–his son is Bison running back Chase Morlock. Or, you might recognize his name because of the benefit that was held last January to support him and his family as he battles colorectal cancer. The community came out to show its support then and is once again showing its support to the Morlocks, but this time they made them dinner.

Main Level - Avery Commons by Holly & Company

Holly & Company Designs Simple Living For Avery Commons Townhomes

by Tracy Nicholsonon Jul 29, 2016
With a creative design by Holly & Co. Classic Homes, Avery Commons in Cottagewood feels nothing like the typical townhome. In fact, showcasing their design on this year's Parade of Homes, Holly & Co. outwitted more than a few touring guests with their clever floor plan, offering all the appeal and privacy of a single family home with the low maintenance of a townhome.

Fun Bus Ad for Shuttle to We Fest

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Fresh Look: Herd And Horns Offers New Space For Bison Fans

by Andrew Jasonon Jul 28, 2016
Herd and Horns has some new activities for its patrons. With the expansion of a new game room, the Bison-themed bar and restaurant has expanded into the space next door that used to be an old coffee shop.

ChalkFest - August 11 - The Arts Partnership

Why You Shouldn’t Miss Out On ChalkFest 2016

by Erica Rappon Jul 28, 2016
We sat down with Dayna Del Val, Executive Director of The Arts Partnership, to get the details on this fun, free public event for the arts. ChalkFest encourages people of all sorts to come to the Red River Zoo and participate in a day’s worth of chalk drawing and other various activities, and here’s a few awesome reasons why you should attend.

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Michael Dunn - Artist Feature

Artist Feature: Michael Dunn’s 40 Years In The Making

by Lauren Wilsonon Jul 28, 2016
With a society leaning more and more toward science and technological progress, high school art classes are at risk of being downsized or cut each year. Many people don’t see the need for these programs when students could be taking more science or math classes. However, for Fargo native and veteran teacher Michael Dunn, art has always been more than just a class, it’s been a refuge.

Trever Hill - Lake Melissa Cottage/Cabin

Coastal Cottage On Lake Melissa With Designer Trever Hill

by Trever Hillon Jul 27, 2016
Deciding to rebuild on Lake Melissa, these homeowners called on Paula Rae Homes to design their quaint cottage with a view. To help achieve a finished look that could evolve with their growing family, they recruited Trever Hill Design to create a coastal charm with a family friendly finish.


Fargo-Moorhead Pokemon Go

Gotta Catch ‘Em All In Fargo-Moorhead: Resources And Discounts For Pokémon GO Players

by Samantha Starkon Jul 26, 2016
Besides when the game's server is down or it freezes right as you caught that Snorlax you've been tracking for almost an hour, it's a fun game that gets players walking around parks, visiting museums and adventuring to businesses in Downtown Fargo. Pokémon Go's appeal is its ability to inspire locals to get out and explore their city — and Fargo-Moorhead is definitely taking advantage of the craze and sudden increase in foot traffic throughout town.

Eric Watson - Culinary Spotlight: Roasted Vegetables – Beyond Crudité

Culinary Spotlight: Roasted Vegetables – Beyond Crudité

by Eric Watsonon Jul 26, 2016
Chef Eric Watson can tell you that the one constant regarding a platter of raw vegetables is that exactly one out of 100 people attending the party will actually be happy that it’s on the buffet, especially in the Midwest. Carnivores need a better reason to eat vegetables than simply the notion that their health may be at risk.

Ashley Sorinson Fargo Monthly Column

The Fit Life With Ashley Sornsin: Sleepless In … Fargo? Not Anymore!

by Ashley Sornsinon Jul 25, 2016
Sleep is a crucial part of a healthy lifestyle. If you ask me, it makes up the trifecta of a healthy and fit life: nutrition, exercise and sleep. This year I made a resolution to not only get more sleep, but better sleep. I had my workouts down, my nutrition on point, but was neglecting myself of enough “good” sleep.

Living Room | Lee and Linda Massey | Lake Melissa | Frank Hanson Construction

Homeowners Find Serenity At San Juan Island-Inspired Lake Home

by Tracy Nicholsonon Jul 22, 2016
By night, Lee Massey is well known for his musical talents as a band member of the local band The Front Fenders. By day, Lee and his wife Linda are just as well known for their talents in helping others put on a great show as the owners of Media Productions in Fargo. With a hectic career of producing everything from video to photography and live events, the Masseys were on the search for serenity and stunning sunsets. Seeking an escape from their busy lifestyles, the Masseys found their year-round Lake Melissa home in 2002, embracing the daily commute to Fargo and the slower pace of lake living.