Morning – In The Studio

LIVE: Help Make Nome, ND A Destination Town

Plus, help this cute little lamb

  Two women we profiled earlier this year on KVRR Local News are asking for your help this morning. They’re trying to renovate a 100-plus year old schoolhouse and help revitalize a tiny North Dakota Town. Chris Armbrust and Teresa Perleberg join Adam Ladwig on the morning show. They brought an adorable month-old bottle lamb with them. The pair bought…

LIVE: Spring Gala: Time Machine at Plains Art Museum

It's time to get your party on.

You can’t spell “party” without “art,” and they’re putting the art in the party tonight at the Plains Art Museum. The theme for this year is “time machine,” so consider going in clothes that represent your favorite period in art history. Maybe it’s Renaissance attire, mod clothes from the Pop Art scene, or the Plains Art Development Director Sandy Thompson’s…

LIVE: New Look Coming To West Acres

Major Renovation Projects Scheduled To Open This Summer

  West Acres Mall is set to have an updated look by the end of the summer, with new addictions focusing more on experiences than shopping. A dedicated artist space called Aptitude is set to open this summer. That’s in conjunction with The Arts Partnership. Crave American Kitchen & Sushi Bar is also rapidly renovating its space in the mall….

LIVE: KNDS Block Party

NDSU Radio Station Hosting Annual All Ages Music Bash

  KNDS 96.3 FM is Fargo’s only college radio station. And the students there are putting on a block party for the community this weekend. Assistant manager Brian Jackson tells Adam Ladwig about 15th annual KNDS’ Block Party. Minneapolis-based band Night Moves are headlining. Jackson describes them as a cross between country, indie and pop music. Jackson says KNDS prides…

LIVE: Wish Fast

Unleash your inner superhero.

If you’re in superhero withdrawal after watching this weekend’s record-breaking “Avengers: Endgame,” we’ve got a way you can play superhero yourself, for a great cause. The Wish Fast 5k and 10k run this weekend raises money to help out sick kids in the Make-A-Wish North Dakota program. It features superheroes and super-villains along the race course, and draws people out…

LIVE: Golden Drive Homeless Kids Food Drive

You Can Donate Food Through April 30th

  Sue Baron with Golden Drive Homeless Kids joins Adam Ladwig to give us the details on her group’s 1st annual food drive. You can drop off food at the West Fargo Fire Department, Gateway Chevrolet, Pure Performance in West Fargo and Sam’s Club now through April 30th. Baron says she started her first standalone food drive so kids have…

LIVE: Vietnam Memorial Week Honors Veterans In The Valley

Week's Worth Of Events Scheduled For Fargo Air Museum

  Vietnam veterans Ed Ahonen and Larry Nicholson with Vietnam Veterans of America are helping bring a week’s worth of events commemorating people who served our country during Vietnam Memorial Week. Events run from May 4th through May 10th at the Fargo Air Museum. Events kick off with a ceremony where Governor Doug Burgum and Senator Kevin Cramer are scheduled to…

LIVE: Let’s Make Planters

Midwest Mud Hosting Classes For Making Planters Just In Time For Spring

  Amber Parsons with Midwest Mud shows Adam Ladwig how to make hand-made planters just in time for spring plants and flowers. She is hosting two “Let’s Make Planters!” classes, in April 17th and May 1st. She’ll guide you through shaping your clay, sticking patterns to your planter and adding the base. She fires the planters herself after the class…

LIVE: The Bison’s NCAA Tournament Run With Bison Illustrated

Magazine Recaps NDSU's Trip To The Tournament

  This year’s NDSU Men’s basketball team had no seniors. Hardly anyone expected them to win their conference tournament, win an NCAA Tournament game and put a scare into the number one team in the country. But they did. Bison Illustrated editor Nolan Schmidt tells Adam Ladwig that maybe we shouldn’t be surprised. This month’s issue is full of stories…

LIVE: Make Your Own Rain Barrel

It couldn't come at a better time.

  We’re looking down the barrel of a long, rainy weekend to come with more precipitation expected over the next week. But hey, that’s early April in the upper Midwest for you. And that’s why these new workshops from River Keepers couldn’t come at a better time. They’re teaming up with the Clay County Water and Soil Conservation District to…