Morning – In The Studio

Fall Season: Gay Men’s Chorus of Fargo-Moorhead

The new season is here, and they need new members.

It’s the start of the new fall and winter concert season for the first gay men’s chorus to hit the region, and they’re opening their doors to all of us. So we at the KVRR Morning Show opened our doors to them — our studio doors, to be exact. To get the scoop on the open house coming this Sunday,…

LIVE: Celebrating Diversity In The F/M Community

The World in Fargo-Moorhead Diverstiy Exhibit Highlights Locals Born In Other Countries

  Fauzia Haider is one of the people features in The World in Fargo-Moorhead Diversity exhibit on display now through October 1st at the downtown Fargo Public Library. The exhibit features photos of people living in the F/M area who were born in a different country. They share the stories of how they came to America. Haider joins Adam Ladwig…

LIVE: An Evening With Sean Astin To Help Local Non-Profits

Q&A Event Supports HERO And Fargo Film Festival

  He helped search for a hidden pirate treasure, lead the ring-bearer to Mt. Doom in order to save Middle Earth, and inspired everyone as Rudy. Now he’s helping two local non-profits. Brent Brandt with HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization, joins Adam Ladwig to talk about An Evening with Sean Astin September 13th at the Fargo Theater. Astin will present…

HOPE Inc. 2017 Fashion Show

Break out the black-tie and see fashion in a whole new light.

The world of high fashion is finally starting to show us more variety in terms of models with different sizes, shapes and colors, and different physical abilities. Compared to what HOPE Inc.’s been doing for years in the Red River Valley region, though, high fashion is pretty late to the game. For the sixth year, HOPE Inc. is hosting a…

Northern Lights Council: Boy Scouts of America

Recruiting your kid for fun, badges, life-saving lessons and more.

Fall is nearly upon us, and there may be no better time of year to get your kids outdoors and enjoying life in the Upper Midwest than in the fall season. The folks at the Northern Lights Council of the Boy Scouts of America are starting their recruitment campaign now, and KVRR’s Morning Show welcomed District Coordinator Kevin Mehrer live…

LIVE: Big Brothers Big Sisters Needs School-Based Volunteers

You Can Make A Difference In A Child's Life In One Hour A Week

  Do you want to make a difference in the life of a child in our community? You can in just one hour a week. Now that the school year has started, Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for mentors to join its school-based program. Program Director Susan Smith joins Adam Ladwig to talk about the need for big brothers…

Money Talks: What’s Ahead For September

After an up-and-down August, what can you expect in the stock market?

August had its highs — lots of them — in the world of finance, but as the month went on things got pretty intense. North Korea butted heads with the U.S. and many of our allies, and Hurricane Harvey hit Houston and with it, the oil refineries on the Gulf Coast, affecting gas prices. It made for an interesting time…

LIVE: Bison Stay Hungry in 2017

What's Driving NDSU After Failing to Win FCS For 1st Time Since 2010

  Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins Adam Ladwig to talk about the new Bison football season, which kicks off next week. Kerlin tells us why this year’s defense should be able to carry the team. He also talks about the drive to get back to the FCS championship game, which the Bison missed for the first time in six…

Not Purple? What’s Prince’s Favorite Color?

Music Icon's Sister Claims Purple Wasn't His Favorite

  Remember when music legend and Minnesota icon Prince got his very own shade of purple a couple of weeks ago? Yeah, it turns out he may not have been as honored by the gesture as we thought. Prince’s sister, Tyla Nelson, told the British newspaper Evening Standard that the famed singer’s favorite color was…orange! Not purple! An exhibit of…

Money Talks: Headlines And Your Bottom Line

How North Korea, Hurricane Harvey, and other news affects stocks.

The world of news is filled with ups and downs, and that often means stocks rise and fall with them. Lately, we’ve been seeing serious drama in the news. North Korea’s missile launch over Japan, President Trump’s comments to the North Korean regime, and the disaster displacing thousands of Americans from Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey are all…