October 1, 2012

‘The Tell’ gives storytellers the spotlight

The Tell Tuesday, October 2, 7 p.m. Studio 222, downtown Fargo $5 admission thetellfargo.blogspot.com  We all have that one friend/relative/coworker […]
September 30, 2012

Thingies: museums expanding, the love of words, and Walter White

Here at ARTSpulse, we devote a not-so-small amount of time monitoring a number of local, regional, national, and international sources […]
September 27, 2012

Weekend Thingies: a PAM and FMSO one-two punch, Sherry Lee Short

It’s not every weekend two of Fargo-Moorhead’s biggest arts organizations kick off brave new projects but, friends and neighbors, this […]
September 27, 2012

What the new Center for Creativity means for Fargo-Moorhead

The Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity at Plains Art Museum makes its long-awaited public debut this Sunday afternoon. After […]
September 26, 2012

Watch: George Hanson on conducting an orchestra

The F-M Symphony Orchestra (FMSO) kicks off its 2012-2013 Masterworks Series this weekend with concerts Saturday and Sunday at NDSU’s […]
September 26, 2012

Four ways ‘Fargo,’ the TV show, could be awesome

Our city has been positively abuzz since the announcement yesterday that the Coen brothers classic, Fargo, will be adapted by FX as a TV […]
September 23, 2012

Lou Mallozzi’s ‘Outpost’ breaks down binary labels

If you happened to be walking around downtown Chicago on Friday, August 31, between noon and two, and you happened […]
September 23, 2012

Opinion: what kind of city are we?

The recent vandalization and theft of several yarn sleeves placed on downtown lamp posts was a huge disappointment for the […]
September 22, 2012

Fargo LOFT opening

Artists Carmen Bruhn and Bree Reetz added to the classiness of the opening celebration for the new Fargo LOFT store at West Acres Mall on Thursday while sketching […]
September 22, 2012

Taking art to a LOFTy place

Awhile ago, I got called by a woman from Skoog Productions in Chicago. She was doing research about some cities […]