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Minnesota photographer Wayne Gudmundson searches for the history of home

MOORHEAD -- It’s 1,772 miles from Bad Medicine Lake in Becker County, Minn., to Tucson, Ariz. Going the other direction, it’s 2,995 miles from Bad Medicine to Húsavík, Iceland. The lands and their people are different, but Wayne Gudmundson sees something similar in all of them: himself. In three recent...
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Valley News Live Weather Kid Program is Back

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - The Luther Family Ford Weather Kid program is back at Valley News Live this school year. The program kicks off on Thursday, September 16. School-age kids from 9-18 years of age are eligible and the lucky winners are invited to come into our Valley News Live studio, learn how Hutch prepares his Weather forecast, and be on air with him during the 5:00 p.m. weather on KVLY.
FARGO, ND
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​New Duke Ellington Mural Painted Near Site of Historic Recording

Downtown Fargo has a new mural that commemorates a music legend and a Grammy-winning concert. Artist Jeff Knight completed a painting of Duke Ellington on the alley side of the Rhombus Guys building at 606 Main Ave. this summer. The mural features the composer, pianist and band leader at his piano against an aqua background dotted with other musical instruments.
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Pregnancy and parenting author Emily Oster to speak at NDSU

FARGO – Best-selling author and professor Emily Oster will be talking about parenting in a pandemic at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 23 at North Dakota State University. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be offered in person as well as virtually. Oster will be...
FARGO, ND
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Steve Vai, Martin Sexton add Fargo shows

A couple of familiar acts will be returning to Fargo stages. Singer/songwriter Martin Sexton plays The Hall at Fargo Brewing on Feb. 23 in support of his latest release, “2020 Vision.” Tickets for this ID-only show are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the show, plus fees. Guitar...
FARGO, ND
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On the stage, page, radio and podcast, Dessa keeps moving forward

FARGO — If you run into someone and ask them what they’ve been up to since the COVID-19 pandemic, they may brag about baking sourdough bread, or talk about their home improvement projects, or binging Netflix. Ask the singer Dessa what she’s been up to for the last 18 months...
FARGO, ND
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​18th Annual Studio Crawl

2021 marks the 18th annual FMVA Studio Crawl, the Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists’ largest event. This year 38 participating local artists clean up their studios and invite the public to see where the creative magic happens. Studio Crawl events will take place the weekend of October 2 and 3 from 12...
FARGO, ND
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​Posthumous Memoir Relays ND Pioneer Experience

Larry Kruckenberg of Cheyenne, WY, a native of Hazen, ND, has authored a new book, “Big Bend Country: A Journey of Good Times, Hard Times, and Hope,” available from GRHC. Kruckenberg shares memories of his German-Russian mother, Lorraine Guenthner Kruckenberg. He brings the travails of working a prairie farm into sharp focus. It was a good life, but a hard life, filled with work and family.
FARGO, ND
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Fargo photographer explores nature’s artifacts using 19th century technique

FARGO — Photographer and North Dakota State University assistant professor Meghan Duda considers her camera the ultimate icebreaker when introducing herself to objects and artifacts she intends to capture with her lens. “I pick a place I want to get to know and use the camera to better understand it,”...
FARGO, ND
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Highly Suspect, Church of Cash add Sanctuary shows

Highly Suspect will bring its brand of Grammy-nominated rock to the Fargo space on Nov. 2. The group is best known for the hits “Lydia” and “My Name Is Human”. Tickets for this ID-only show are $39.50 in advance, $44.50 the day of the show, plus fees. Johnny Cash tribute...
FARGO, ND
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10 Questions with ... Jarrett Stevens

I spent most of my career in mainstream commercial radio in North Dakota, with stops in Minot, ND, Jamestown, ND, & now Fargo, ND. I also did a brief stint in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. The past 3 years have found me serving as PD for Life 97.9 my longest so far in Christian Radio.
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“Bonnie and Friends” to Debut September 16th on WDAY Radio

(Fargo, ND) -- WDAY Radio has announced that a new morning drive news program will begin airing Thursday September 16th on AM 970 and FM 93.1. The program will be hosted by well-known local radio personality Bonnie Amistadi, with talk radio veteran Steve Hallstrom serving as co-host. The program will...
FARGO, ND
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ALL AGES: High Hopes w/ Unturned, Display Case and Kyle Colby

Fargo’s own High Hopes returns to the Aquarium alongside some other heavy hitters from the Midwest! Unturned from Minneapolis, MN, Display Case from Des Moines, IA, and Kyle Colby also from Fargo, ND!. High Hopes from Fargo, ND. (Third String Records) ——————————————————- Unturned from Minneapolis, Minnesota. (No Sleep Records) ——————————————————-
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
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Avett Brothers drop out of lineup for Basilica Block Party due to COVID-19 exposure

MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - Due to a COVID-19 exposure, the Avett Brothers won't play at the Basilica Block Party on Saturday. The Avett Brothers are postponing their Basilica appearance and their September 12 show at the Bluestem Amphitheater in Moorhead, Minnesota. The band says the decision was made out of an abundance of caution and they hope to resume their tour on September 14 in Newport, Kentucky.
MOORHEAD, MN
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The curtain goes up

The curtain goes up Sunday on the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre in its new home in the Hjemkomst Center. After two years of trying times and plot twists, the 75-year-old drama company is opening its 2021-22 season of entertainment and education at its new permanent address in Moorhead. Executive director Judy Lewis and her team have planned a full season of stage productions, dinner theatre and education in the two black-box theatres now taking shape on the main floor of the center.
MOORHEAD, MN
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Best-selling author to give NDSU presentation

Best-selling author Emily Oster is scheduled to give a virtual talk to NDSU Thursday, Sept. 23, at 3 p.m. Oster will engage in a wide-ranging conversation with Scott Beaulier, Ronald and Kaye Olson Dean of Business at NDSU. Following the presentation, Oster will answer questions from the audience. The event...
FARGO, ND
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Authors celebrate their connection to North Dakota in poems and prose

FARGO — There is a popular adage English teachers pass on to their students: Write what you know. The idea is that by writing about their experiences or what they’ve seen or heard, their words will be more honest and sincere and the writing more clear and believable. Often for...
FARGO, ND
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Avett Brothers postpone Moorhead, Minneapolis shows due to COVID-19 concerns

MOORHEAD — The Avett Brothers have postponed two upcoming Minnesota shows, including a Sunday night, Sept. 12, set at Moorhead’s Bluestem Amphitheater, due to concerns about rising COVID-19 case numbers. “Out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19 exposure, we must postpone our shows on September 11 in Minneapolis...
MOORHEAD, MN