Morning – In The Studio

Money Talk: Stock Market

Nine days of highs. What does it mean for the future?

Stock watchers are wondering what the nine days of highs mean for the future of trading and investments. Is it time for a correction of the highs, or are we looking at more of the same?  And what do both scenarios mean for dealing with our 401ks? Paul Meyers, Financial Adviser at Legacy Wealth Management, sat down with Emily Welker…

LIVE: Play With Clay With Make Room Fargo

From The Ground To A Finished Bowl, Kids Learn The Journey Of Clay

  Chelsea Thorson with Make Room joins Adam to play with some clay. She’s hosting the “Earth+Fire” event this week at Make Room. Kids get the chance to learn about making and using clay. They’ll literally dig up the dirt used to make the clay, make it, and turn it into pottery. Chelsea and Adam show their clay-making skills by…

LIVE: Veteran ESPN Reporter Talks Wentz In Bison Illustrated

Sal Paolantonio Writes About What We Can Expect In Carson's 2nd NFL Season

  Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins Adam to talk about a special edition of the magazine for August. Sal Paolantonio has been an NFL reporter for ESPN for 25 years, and often covers the Philadelphia Eagles. He interviewed several NFL veterans, including former Eagles QB Ron Jaworski and Eagles coach Dick Vermeil about Carson Wentz’s second season. They offer…

LIVE: Shaq At The SHAC For Chamber’s Voices Of Vision

Shaquille O'Neal Speaking At Annual Chamber Event

  FMWF Chamber president Craig Whitney joins Adam to talk about the Chamber’s annual Voices of Vision event. This year’s guest speaker is basketball star Shaquille O’Neal. Whitney talks about O’Neal’s business acumen off the court, and what tips he can provide to members of the local business community. You can find ticket information by clicking here.  

LIVE: Cars & Coffee, Corks & Canvas Highlights Downtown Fargo

Events With Beverages Fill August Calendar Downtown

  Nicolette Berge with the Fargo Downtown Community Partnership joins Adam to talk about some events highlighting downtown Fargo this month. Cars and Coffee takes over Fargo on Sunday, August 6th. Anyone can bring their cool car to the United Automotive Tech Center at 308 1st Avenue North in Fargo from 8 a.m. to noon. You don’t need to register….

LIVE: Christian Music Concert To Benefit Catholic Charities/Churches United

Matt Maher Playing Scheels Arena On August 12th

    Paul Braun with the Diocese of Fargo and Pastor Sue Koesterman With Churches Unite join Adam to talk about a concert benefiting Catholic Charities of North Dakota and Churches United for the Homeless in Fargo/Moorhead. Christian music artist Matt Maher is coming to Scheels Arena on August 12th. Proceeds from the concert will help Churches United transition our…

Weathering The Perfect Storm: What’s To Come In The Ag Industry Economy

Is this the new normal? And if you're not in agriculture, why should you care?

Looking for predictions on how the region’s economy is going to fare in the not–too–faraway future? You might want to talk to an agricultural economics specialist. North Dakota’s growers and ranchers are weathering a perfect storm of rough conditions for turning a profit. The western half of the state is suffering under a serious drought that’s slowly creeping eastward. And…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids: Community Event and Bike Run

Star Wars + First Responders + Motorcycle Run + Batman = Helping Homeless Kids in the FM Area.

It takes a pretty sunshiny personality to shine a light on the dark places in our community. And that’s why Sue Baron, of the Golden Drive Homeless Kids organization, is one of our very favorite people to have live in-studio on the KVRR Morning Show. Baron’s organization works to fight the effects of homelessness on the children in the FM…

LIVE: Musician Attempting To Play Ukulele For 30 Straight Hours

Julian Ruck Inviting Local Musicians To Join During 30 Hour Jam Session

  Julian Ruck is trying to set a unique record. He wants to play the world’s longest ukulele concert. He sat the record last year, playing 25 straight hours. Now, he’s aiming for 30 hours. His record-breaking attempt started at 10 a.m. at The Red Raven Espresso Parlor in Fargo. He’s also inviting local musicians to come jam with him….

LIVE: TEDx Fargo Brings Fresh Ideas To Town

Speakers Take Over Fargo Civic Center July 26th

Dr. Michael Burns sits down with Adam Ladwig to talk about TEDx Fargo. Dr. Burns is a professor of communications at Texas State University. He also works for the Today Show, and has worked four different Olympic games. He’ll be speaking at TEDx about his communications research startup, CoSearch. His goal is to help academic figures get their research and…