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Spirit Room hosts reception for Great Winter Crow Show Saturday

When it comes to birds, there’s one species in particular that has both positive and negative associations: the crow. Their striking appearance, piercing squawks and looming presence invoke a common perception of the bird as a symbol of bad luck, or even death. But crows can also symbolize ...

When National Arts Advocacy Inspires Local Action

Last week I had my first opportunity to practice advocacy at the national level, and I loved it. In January, Americans for the Arts, the national arts advocacy organization we worked with to conduct the Arts and Economics study, invited me to be the state captain for North Dakota at Arts ...

FM Symphony Concert Provides “Sunny Getaway” with Tropics-Inspired Music

After a long winter, it’s safe to say we’re all ready for a warm getaway. Let the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra whisk you away to the white sandy beaches of the Caribbean without the hassle of airline travel with its “Sunny Getaway” performance this weekend at NDSU Festival Concert ...

Fargo Roots, “Rigoletto” and Big Dreams: Catching Up With Fargo-born Director, Austin Regan

Fargo-Moorhead is fortunate to have vibrant arts and culture that give community members of all ages abundant opportunities to be creative. For many people, their artistic experiences throughout Fargo-Moorhead often set the foundation for their future careers as artists, actors, filmmakers or ...

Regional Art at Sanford Medical Center Fargo Enhances Healing Environment for Patients, Visitors

From the first moment one steps inside the new Sanford Medical Center Fargo, it's clear that this is no ordinary healthcare facility. Amenities like valet service, a concierge desk, lots of natural light and an overall inviting atmosphere give the center, which opened last summer, an ...

HCSCC Opens “War, Flu and Fear: World War I and Clay County” Exhibit Tuesday

Last April marked 100 years since the United States was thrust into the middle of World War I. Much of the country was originally against entering the war. President Woodrow Wilson, who was elected only months before the United States, had campaigned on isolationism. The Red River Valley was one ...

Lake Agassiz Concert Band Hosting Reunion Concert to Celebrate 30th Season

Since 1987, Lake Agassiz Concert Band has engaged community members with outstanding musical performances and provided hundreds of local musicians the opportunity to share their talents. With over 60 adult wind and percussion players currently in the band, the group's goal is to “create an ...