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Downtown Fargo's Gallery 4 celebrates its 46th anniversary

Gallery 4 celebrates its 46th anniversary Thursday from 3 to 7 p.m. in its home at 115 Roberts St., Fargo. The artist collective has been celebrating all month, but Thursday’s event will be a chance to meet and chat with current and former artist members. Gallery 4 is currently the...
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As FMCT prepares to open in the Hjemkomst, some are holding their applause

MOORHEAD — After two weeks of postponing productions due to a case of COVID-19 in the cast, the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre is ready to kick off its new season in its new home at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. The musical comedy “Young Frankenstein” opens Wednesday night, Oct. 20, and...
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FM Orchestra Holds Costume Party

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The Fargo Theater held A Costume Party with the Classics concert featuring the Fargo Moorhead Symphonic Orchestra to get people excited about music. “Well, we call this our family matinee concert and it’s really for all ages. But of course, introducing the symphonic orchestra to younger students and children,” said Jane Capistran, the orchestra’s conductor.
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A CSA program for art, not agriculture, in Fargo-Moorhead

“An unbelievable experience filled with elegant food and entertainment, plus art to take home.”. If those statements incite in you a compulsion to roll your eyes, you’re not alone. They got a side-eye from me when I first heard them, too. The idea of celebrating Christmas and planning a date...
FARGO, ND
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​A Colorful Look at Baroness

To say that John Dyer Baizley is a creative individual would be an understatement. Not only is he the vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the critically acclaimed and hard-to-pigeonhole band Baroness, he is the painter of their equally striking album art (and on occasion, the album art of other bands). November 14th marks their first performance in Fargo since 2009. Over that time they have undergone creative and musical evolution but still remain true to their roots.
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Hundreds of theatrical productions owed their existence to this North Dakota man

When people talk about the theater, they are often referring to the elegant buildings on Broadway and other metropolitan places of affluence, where people dress in their finest attire and may pay hundreds of dollars for a single ticket. This is not something that most rural North Dakotans are apt to do. Alfred G. Arvold, a college professor, advocated for something much different.
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​In Touch With Prairie Living, October 2021

Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, NDSU Libraries, Fargo, ND. Debra Marquart, a native of Napoleon, ND, has authored a delightful new book, “The Night We Landed on the Moon: Essays Between Exile & Belonging”, recently published by the NDSU Press. From the book flap: “Debra Marquart was born into a...
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FM Symphony holds Costume Party with the Classics Sunday

The Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra is throwing a family concert called Costume Party with the Classics at 3 p.m., Sunday, at the Fargo Theatre. The Halloween-themed show will feature music from popular fantasy movie soundtracks, like “Harry Potter,” “Superman” and “E.T.” as well as classical composers like Beethoven, Mozart and Tchaikovsky.
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​The nightmarish and harmonious world of Adam Bursack

On Sunday, November 7th, the Spirit Room will hold a reception for “Contaminated Nightmares,” their current exhibition of mixed-media pieces by local artist and musician Adam Bursack. This reception—free and open to the public—will begin at 5 PM and go on until 7 PM, with an artist’s talk, refreshments, and hors d'oeuvres. The collection will be on display until November 13th.
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​Calling People In to Dream a Little: Jason Sole

Jason Sole may have an impressive resume as a Criminal Justice professor, past president of the Minneapolis NAACP, founder of movements and initiatives, national restorative justice trainer, author, and more -- but it would be more accurate to sum him up as a "Closer." His passionate clarity towards his mission...
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Minnesota author plans book signing at Fargo Barnes & Noble

FARGO —A Minnesota author will hold a book event this weekend at the Fargo Barnes & Noble store, 1201 42nd St. SW. Chad Corrie will be at the store to sign copies and promote "Triumph of the Wizard King," the third in his "Wizard King Trilogy." The event will take...
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North Dakota Poet Laureate Jamie Parsley to read poetry at Concordia

MOORHEAD — Celebrating his new role as poet-in-residence at Concordia College, the Rev. Jamie Parsley will read from his work at 7 p.m. Oct. 21, at Frida Nilsen Lounge at Concordia. Parsley will teach poetry-writing seminars and undertake outreach projects to promote poetry, literature and the arts in the community.
FARGO, ND
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Fargo Air Museum commemorates Navy’s 246th anniversary

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The Fargo Air Museum is celebrating local veterans in honor of the U.S. Navy’s 246 years. All veterans, active duty, national guard, and reserve got into the museum for free on Wednesday and were treated to complimentary coffee and sweets. A new exhibit showcasing U.S. Navy...
FARGO, ND
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Sci-fi and fantasy set to stun at ValleyCon in Fargo this weekend

FARGO — The stage is set for ValleyCon 46 this weekend in Fargo. The annual celebration of science-fiction, fantasy, comics, anime, horror, gaming and more opens Thursday night, Oct. 14, with a 7:30 p.m. screening of “Boondock Saints” at the Fargo Theatre featuring star Sean Patrick Flanery. The festivities move...
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FMCT again delays its season opener due to COVID

The comic musical is now slated to run five days, with 7:30 p.m. shows Oct. 20-23 and a 5:30 p.m. show on Oct. 24, at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. The show was originally scheduled to open Oct. 7. Tickets range from $15 to $28 and are available at https://fmct.org/...
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