The World in Fargo-Moorhead shows the immense diversity of foreign-born residents now living in the Red River Valley—one portrait and caption at a time.
With a total of 31 immigrants from Fargo High schools featured, Minneapolis-based nonprofit Green Card Voices has collaborated with the community to curate unique stories from around the world.
Winter doesn’t mean the end of locally grown produce. Join the Red River Market and Kilbourne this Saturday, March 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the first ever Red River Winter Market at the historic Stone Building.
Are you looking for an outlet to explore your favorite hobby with others? Check out these 10 meetups some of you probably didn't know even existed in the Fargo-Moorhead area.
Answering why I chose to stay here in the FM area after I graduated in December 2014 is when it gets interesting. I find myself constantly explaining these reasons to friends and family living in different areas of the United States or even those overseas that can barely put Fargo on the map. This is why I have decided to share with you my top five reasons why I whole-heartedly decided to stay in this emerging “Silicon Prairie.”
Do you want to have a life focused on essential things? Do you want more time for those you love? Projects you want to start? Space to feel more alive? Here are a few ideas that might be able to guide your process.
Until recently, escape rooms have typically catered to adults, but Fargo's first escape room for kids has recently hit the scene and is now ready for booking. We got a look behind the scenes at Escape Jr.'s setting and storyline during their beta testing.
"My local adventure has inspired me to challenge you–yes, you the reader– to take a half day and join me on a scavenger hunt filled with fun. If you should complete this challenge, which I hope you do, I’ll treat you to the “Hit and Run” special at a hard-to-find coffee shop tucked away in an alley in Downtown Fargo (reveal of location found in the scavenger hunt)." - Greg Tehven
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.
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.