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Author of “The Wax Pack, on the Road in Search of Baseball’s Afterlife” discusses book

Brad Balukjian talks about his book with Chief Meteorologist and baseball lover Rob Kupec

Fargo:  Have you ever wondered where some of the athletes you loved as a kid are now? Brad Balukjian from California was inspired by a pack of baseball cards to track some former major leaguers down. Chief meteorologist and baseball fan Rob Kupec talked with him recently. (Note to see the entire interview go to our Entertainment page) Rob Kupec: …

Tom King talks with Fargo fans, says comics industry doing well during pandemic

FARGO, N.D. – Thanks to the internet, comic book fans got to hear how a writer used his experiences as a former CIA operative to write the series Sheriff of Babylon. Eisner award-winning scribe of the Vertigo Comics books Tom King was the special guest of Fargo comics shop Paradox Comics-N-Cards’ Paratalks Graphic Novel Club. He talked about crafting characters…

LIVE: Home is Where the He(Art) Is

After being stuck at home all these months, a new art exhibit shows us why there's really no place like it.

A new show with a fresh perspective on the place we call home is open for the first time since the pandemic struck, at the Nemeth Art Center in the heart of lakes country. The show, called “Of Course, Where Else” highlights the work of Minnesota and North Dakota-based artists. It gives new interpretations of our upper Midwestern homes at…

Jade Presents seeks support to “Save Our Stages”

FARGO, N.D.–Jade Presents and other local venues are asking for support from concert goers and local government officials to help save independent music venues across the United States. Jade Presents hosts music events at venues such as Bluestem Amphitheater, Fargo Theatre, Sanctuary Events Center, Fargo Brewing Company and The Aquarium. A campaign titled “Save Our Stages” was created by National…

Blake Shelton with special guests to perform at Encore Drive-In Nights at Red River Valley Fair

The concert is from 4:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

WEST FARGO, N.D.–The Red River Valley Fair will be hosting another Encore Drive-In concert featuring Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins on July 25. The concert will be similar to the Drive-in concert featuring Garth Brooks. Concert goers will be asked to remain in their vehicles. No more than six people will be allowed in each vehicle, and RVs…

Horizon Park Volunteers Prepare For 4th Of July Celebration

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO WATCH THE FIREWORK SHOW FROM INSIDE YOUR VEHICLE IN NEARBY PARKING LOTS INCLUDING HAROLD'S ON MAIN AND DOROTHY DOBBS SCHOOL.

MOORHEAD, MINN. — A staple of the region is pushing forward as The Moorhead Business Association says it’s going to give it’s biggest fourth of July firework show. Crews were working all morning to set up the fireworks displays at Horizon Park. They say the firework show is still scheduled to start at 10:20, but depending on the weather it…

Horizon Park Volunteers Prepare For 4th Of July Celebration

You will be able to watch the firework show from inside your vehicle in nearby parking lots including Harold's on Main and Dorothy Dobbs School.

MOORHEAD, MINN. — A staple of the region is pushing forward as The Moorhead Business Association says it’s going to give it’s biggest fourth of July firework show. Crews were working all morning to set up the fireworks displays at Horizon Park. They say the firework show is still scheduled to start at 10:20, but depending on the weather it…

Fergus Falls Band Teacher Performs Five Part 4th Of July Song All By Himself

He says his marching band has played this song for the past 2 decades and wanted to create his own version.

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — A Fergus Falls band teacher who made national headlines for his creative work is back again with a patriotic salute. Scott Kummrow plays a five part performance of Yankee Doodle Dandy all by himself. He says his marching band has played this song for the past two decades and wanted to create his own version. Kummrow…

LIVE – Celebrating Independence Day around the metro

MOORHEAD, MN – According to Memory Fireworks, fireworks sales are skyrocketing in the metro this morning. With many official 4th of July celebrations canceled due to COVID 19, Memory Fireworks says many customers are celebrating on their own. Staff say they’ve had a hard time keeping some fan favorites like the Memory and Dakota Series fireworks on the shelves. They…