Morning – In The Studio

LIVE: Uncommon Beers For The Tasting At Rare Beer Picnic

Rare Beer Picnic Provides Uncommon Beers from 14 Breweries

  Beer isn’t just the see-through bubbly concoction you throw back by the six-pack as you watch football. Beer is as complex and varied as the people who brew and enjoy it. The 3rd annual Rare Beer Picnic in Moorhead shows that. Picnic organizer and Junkyard Brewing co-founder Aaron Juhnke joins Adam Ladwig to talk about the varieties of beer…

Inner Beauty Makes For Instant Winner: Miss North Dakota Teen USA

Beauty on the inside as well as the outside.

“Beauty is as beauty does” may sound like old-fashioned advice our grandmas gave us. But in the case of the newly crowned Miss North Dakota Teen USA, it’s advice she’s taking to heart. Kilyn Parisien-Hill, a college freshman from Belcourt, ND, visited with the Morning Show’s Emily Welker live in-studio to talk about her recent win, which will see her…

LIVE: “Save Our Summer” Blood Drive Coming To West Acres

United Blood Services says the summer is the most critical time of the year for blood donation

  Katie Bartelson with United Blood Services joins Adam Ladwig to talk about the “Save our Summer” blood drive, happening July 18th through the 21st at West Acres Mall. UBS says donors are needed more during the summer than other times of year. Many people who would donate simply don’t have the time to donate during the summer, and there’s…

LIVE: Fans Ask The Questions For Bison Illustrated

The Magazine Asks NDSU's Athletic Director Reader-Submitted Questions

  Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins Adam Ladwig to talk about Spotlight Media’s July magazines. Bison Illustrated features questions submitted my readers for NDSU athletic director Matt Larsen, like whether or not the Bison will jump to the FBS. Fargo Monthly goes to the dogs this month. The magazine features plenty of dogs available at local shelters, and places…

LIVE: Red River Market Kick Off For Season

Kickoff Party Set For June 27th; First Market Set For July 8th

  Simone Wai from the Red River Market joins Adam to talk about the upcoming season. The kickoff and member drive event kicks off the season on Tuesday, June 27h. The first market of the season will happen Saturday, July 8th. About 50 vendors are expected out each Saturday morning from July to October, selling locally-grown and made produce, bakery…

Doin’ It Downtown

July's got downtown hopping. Here's how to navigate all the entertainment.

July is hot this year in downtown Fargo. It marks the return of Corks and Canvas, the downtown-wide shopping and wine event, and the start of the Red River Market, with local makers, crafts and foods. It’s also the month of the annual Street Fair, one of Fargo’s biggest shopping and gathering spots for vendors and guests from all around…

LIVE: Viking History Comes Alive At Midwest Viking Festival

Two Vikings Tell Us Why Norse Culture Should Be Celebrated

  Tim Jorgensen and Kyle Jameson show up in period-accurate Viking garb to tell Adam about this weekend’s Midwest Viking Festival at the Hjemkomst Center. The festival will showcase all aspects of Viking culture, from weaponry and ships, to textile making, bowls and shoes. The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, June 23rd and Saturday, June 24th….

New Grads and Money: Getting Educated

This advice makes cents.

We spend a lot of time, effort and money making our way through school to the big graduation day. But while schools teach us about reading, writing and arithmetic, they often leave out money management lessons. Many new grads, both from high school and from college, say they don’t graduate having learned much financial literacy to prepare them for real…

Monarch Monitoring Program

A little insect goes on a great big journey. Here's how you can help.

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption   It’s a tiny little insect that plays a big role in our ecosystem here in the Red River Valley… but to do it, it has to take an even bigger journey, all the way to Mexico and back. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources naturalist Andrea Wakely stopped by the KVRR Morning Show to sit…

LIVE: Local Artist’s New Picture Book Highlights Lesser-Known Animals

Mark Elton was inspired to write the book by his young nephew

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption   Fargo artist Mark Elton joins Adam Ladwig on KVRR’s morning show to talk about his new book, Atypical Animals. Elton wrote the book to offer an alternative to normal animal picture books for his new nephew. This book focuses on more unique animals, like…