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‘Creativity Is Life’: Local Renaissance Man Devotes Retirement Plans to the Arts

At age 66, Victor Pellerano can remember the date of his first guitar lesson as easily as he can his birthday. "April 30, 1963, with my uncle Frank Castaldo," Pellerano recalls in his thick New Jersey accent. "He was known as Frank Castelli and played in night clubs all over New York City in the '40s and '50s." For ...

Theatre B Executive Director Carrie Wintersteen Stars in One Woman Show “I Will Not Go Gently”

Like any nonprofit executive director, Theatre B's Carrie Wintersteen wears a lot of hats. But in Theatre B's second production of the season, Carrie wears a lot of wigs as she stars in "I Will Not Go Gently," a one woman show about sex, drugs, rock 'n roll -- and menopause. "I Will Not Go Gently" opens at 7:30 p.m. ...

Gooseberry Park Players Announces Summer 2018 Production, Audition Dates

Today Partner Gooseberry Park Players announced its summer 2018 production, and it's a whopper! In July, the summer theatre program for youth ages 11 to 18 performs "Big Fish," the story of an ordinary man and extraordinary father who tells his son tall tales filled with beauty, love and imagination. When his son confronts ...

Local Nonprofit Introduces Income-Based Art Program for Area Youth

Every month, Creative Plains Foundation hosts a free art workshop called "Come In and Create" for children to spend an afternoon making art. The nonprofit organization's bright, inviting location at 18 8th St. S. in downtown Fargo has everything children need to spark their creativity: crayons, clay, markers, ...

FMCT Opens “The 1940s Radio Hour” Friday

Get ready to laugh, cry and be impressed with the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre's (FMCT) production of "The 1940's Radio Hour," opening this Friday at 7:30 p.m. "The production itself is set in 1942 and is a very nostalgic look back on the WWII era," says Adam Pankow, artistic director at FMCT. "It’s quite patriotic ...

Simply Keep Pushing

Today 2:58 pm I have a raging headache, the kind that makes everything feel like I'm swimming in thick water; my eyes are kind of hot and it's a little hard to turn my head. I know exactly what it's from. It's from trying really hard not to ugly cry this morning over breakfast with Cris Oehler, VP of Public Relations ...

TAP’s CEO presents the Arts and Economics study at the FMWF Chamber’s Eggs and Issues

The Arts Partnership's President & CEO Dayna Del Val presented the findings of the Americans for the Arts Arts and Economics Study to the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce's Eggs and Issues breakfast on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. Del Val was quick to point out that while the findings from the study are ...