Morning – In The Studio

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

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

potoo bird-hires Pink Fairy Armadillo-hires axolotl   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 the yeti crab and the great potoo bird. Part…

State of the Arts

We find out what the arts are up to and where they're headed in the metro area.

The State of the Arts celebration drew about 150 people to Fargo this week to talk about successes in the arts, funding and collaboration with the region’s business community, and where the arts are headed next in the metro area. The Arts Partnership’s Chelsey Engelstad stopped by the Morning Show to sit down live in-studio with Emily Welker to talk…

Fargo-Moorhead Restaurant Week

It's a foodie extravanganza.

We’re all about food on the KVRR Morning Show, and this week is a great week to be a foodie in the F-M area. Restaurant Week kicks off Thursday, and the food pros from Labby’s stopped by the studios to visit live with Adam Ladwig about the special dishes they’re showing off just for this week’s celebration. You’ll have to…

LIVE: National Yo-Yo Day With Fargo’s Own Yo-Yo Champion

John Narum has won a World Yo-Yo Championship and appeared on "America's Got Talent"

Yo-Yo extraordinaire John Narum joins Adam Ladwig to talk about National Yo-Yo day. Narum was the youngest person to ever win a Yo-Yo World Championship, at age 11. He’s taken his talents to “America’s Got Talent”. He tells Adam about what it takes to be one of the best yo-yoers in the world, tries in vain to show Adam and…

LIVE: “Where Are They Now?” With Bison Illustrated

Magazine Profiles Former Bison Coach Rocky Hager

  Bison Illustrated editor Joe Kerlin joins Adam Ladwig to dive into the past of NDSU athletics. This month’s issue features a profile on former Bison football coach Rocky Hager. Hager led NDSU to two national titles in a decade on the sidelines. Find out more about Hager by watching the interview above, and by picking up a copy of…

LIVE: Super Bowl LII Host Committee Looking For Volunteers For Big Game Festivities

Committee Wants 10,000 Volunteers To Help Showcase Region

  You can help usher the Super Bowl to Minnesota. Kevin Smith with the Super Bowl LII Host Committee joins Adam Ladwig to talk about what it takes to bring the big game festivities to the region. The Host Committee is hosting ten days worth of events leading up to the game. They’re looking for 10,000 volunteers from around the…

Bug Season Starts: NDSU’s Bug Man

Don Carey has bugs. Now we're bugs -- for bugs.

We’re in the middle of mosquito and tick season, which means the danger of Lyme disease, West Nile, and in some parts of the United States, even Zika virus. And as if the spread of disease weren’t worrisome enough, insects can also be a nuisance and create property damage problems around the home. But they can also do a great…

LIVE: Memorial Day Traffic Expected To Be Busier

AAA Predicts Two To Three Percent Increase In Traffic Over 2016

  Gene LoDoucer from AAA North Dakota joins Adam to talk about Memorial Day traffic. AAA predicts two to three percent more traffic this year than last year. This, despite gas prices being about ten cents higher than 2016. Watch the video for more traffic information. Categories: Local News, Morning – In The Studio Tags: AAA, Memorial Day, Traffic

LIVE: Exhibit Remembering 9/11 Coming To RRVF

Exhibit Started By Family Of Fallen FDNY Firefighter

  Katy Stenerson with the Red River Valley Fair joins Adam to talk about the 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit, which is coming to this year’s Red River Valley Fair. The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation organizes the exhibit. Siller was a New York City firefighter who literally abandoned his car in traffic to reach the World Trade Center…

From “No Nudes” To “Know Nudes”

When her nudes got a no, Emma Beatrez found a way through the negative -- and draws us in closer.

Young artists are told in order to succeed, they have to try new things, get creative, and think outside the box. But  young artist Emma Beatrez found her ideas led to rejection right out of the starting gate, when her nudes were rejected over worries kids would see them. That’s the paradox at the heart of Beatrez’s work for Ecce…