Entertainment

Vendor Pays Tribute to Deceased Wife at 23rd Happy Harry’s Ribfest

Dennis Carrino used to own Porky N' Beans but he now runs Blazin' Broncos

FARGO, N.D. — You’ve probably heard the saying “happy wife, happy life.” One man who has gone beyond that at this year’s Happy Harry’s Ribfest to make sure his wife is proud of him. Dennis Carrino and his wife Judy not only lived under one roof, they also worked together. “When people say oh my God, how can you work with somebody…

Miss America Organization Says “Bye Bye Bikinis”, Gets Rid of Swimsuit Competition

They also changed the name of the competition and changed the ruled for the evening gown competition

  ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Sydney Hella has been competing in pageants for years and says it’s what has challenged her and given her the confidence to become the woman she is now. That includes learning to walk across a stage in a bikini and heels for judges, despite having what she says isn’t your “typical pageant body.” “I’m a…

Schools out for the Summer and the Pools are Back for the Season!

Locations in both Fargo and West Fargo officially opened this morning. Pools in Moorhead are set to open on Friday

FARGO, N.D. — The temperatures have felt like summer but now we can fully dive into the season at local pools. Locations in both Fargo and West Fargo officially opened this morning. Pools in Moorhead are set to open on Friday. The Fargo Parks District says they usually open the Monday after the last day of school to kick off…

LIVE: Bike Sharing The Red’s Geology

Researching the Red on a bike you share.

Riding the Red River trails on a bicycle is always a great way to spend a summer’s day. Now, students at an NDSU Geology class are taking a special trip up and down the Red to gauge the river’s effect on the region’s geology — and they’re doing it with Great Rides. The Fargo metro’s bike share company is setting…

National Donut Day

The Salvation Army's rolling out the donut troops (and the dough while they're at it).

Lines are stretching down Broadway in downtown Fargo, and that’s for one reason and one reason only – National Donut Day. Year after year, donut makers fry up batch after batch for the big celebration, and at Sandy’s Donuts in downtown, a dollar from each dozen goes to support the Fargo Salvation Army. That’s because the Salvation Army and donuts…

New Artist Collective Gallery, “Dakota Fine Art”, Opens in Downtown Fargo

Nine regional artists have joined forces to bring more art into downtown

FARGO, N.D. — A new Artist Collective Gallery has opened up in downtown Fargo called “Dakota Fine Art”. Nine regional artists have joined forces to bring more art into downtown. From paintings to photographs and even glass blowing, there are pieces for everyone to enjoy. Gallery officials want to cater to everyone’s interest and they have unique opportunities for you…

Drone Racing is Taking Flyers to New Heights with the Fargo-Moorhead Quad Squad

That's how flyers feel when they are 20 feet in the air, whizzing 80 miles an hour

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Whether you enjoy thrill seeking adventure or looking down from tree top heights, drone racing could be your new favorite sport. This one of a kind experience is taking flyers to a new level. “They’re excited; it’s fun, it’s exhilarating, adrenaline rush,” said Tony Bjerke, the President of the Fargo Moorhead Quad Squad. That’s how flyers feel…

LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Beau and Beckett

A buddy-movie script in the making, starring these two brothers and.... you?

It’s a road-trip, buddy-movie script in the making with these two. Beau and Barrett, two adorable brothers rescued from a reservation, hit the road early Thursday morning with the James River Humane Society’s Kris Meidinger to drive all the way from Jamestown for their big TV appearance. The two year-old boys joined the Morning Show’s Emily Welker for some cuddles…

LIVE: Kitten Shower

Good thing they always land on their feet.

No, kittens aren’t literally raining from the skies, although it must sure seem that way to the workers at Homeward Animal Shelter. Kitten season has hit hard and fast in the region, and the wave of kitties they’re swimming in at the shelter has given new meaning to the phrase “raining cats and dogs.” Right now there are 29 kittens…

LIVE: State of the Arts

The way arts and business intersect in the region drives millions of dollars in revenue.

The arts are a major driving force of the Red River Valley economy, and there’s no time like now to tap into that creative energy. That’s because the annual State of the Arts is coming up next month, and it’s where the art world of the region converges all in one place to stimulate ideas, share new projects, and find…