Fargo Theater

FM Orchestra Holds Costume Party

  FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The Fargo Theater held A Costume Party with the Classics concert featuring the Fargo Moorhead Symphonic Orchestra to get people excited about music.  “Well, we call this our family matinee concert and it’s really for all ages. But of course, introducing the symphonic orchestra to younger students and children,” said Jane Capistran, the orchestra’s conductor….

Ralph Engelstad Arena employees encouraged to present COVID-19 vaccinations

"We're trying to look to the future and our efforts to collect vaccination information from our employees is just trying to be proactive so that we have it moving forward."

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR) – A large local venue is preparing for the future as it implements further COVID-19 precautions. The Ralph Englestad Arena is encouraging its employees to share their COVID-19 vaccination information. “We’re trying to look to the future and our efforts to collect vaccination information from our employees is just trying to be proactive so that we…

LIVE: Bringing Big Ideas To Fargo

Fargo IDEAS: An Evening of Conversation

  There will be a lot of big ideas up for discussion at the Fargo Theater this week. The Aspen Institute is hosting the first Fargo IDEAS conversation. The event is modeled after the Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, Colorado. Experts and local leaders will have discussions on hot button topics. It’s not a lecture. The conversation’s aren’t pre-planned. Whatever happens…

LIVE: First Fargo Comedy Festival Bringing Winter Laughs

Festival Headlines Fargo Theater This Weekend

  Krista Driscoll with Jade Presents tells us about the first annual Fargo Comedy Festival. Tig Notaro and Brian Posehn will hit the stage at the Fargo Theater Friday, February 15th. Gary Gulman and Alex Edelman are Saturday’s lineup. Driscoll says they wanted to bring some laughs to Fargo as we deal with this seemingly endless winter weather. She says…

LIVE: Sifting Through Food Misconceptions

Documentary Screening in Fargo Hoping to Cut Through Fake Food News

  Joey Myers with CommonGround North Dakota, an advocacy group composed of female farmers and ranchers, joins us to talk about food misconceptions. The group is hosting a screening of the documentary “Food Evolution” on November 7th at the Fargo Theater. The documentary talks about how misinformation about food can spread quickly on social media. Myers says things like genetically…

Documentary on Opioid Addiction Seeks Community’s Help for Solution

the 30-minute show is a collaboration between prairie public television and blue cross blue shield of North dakota

FARGO, ND — Prairie Public and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota say they want to teach the community how they can help solve the opioid epidemic. They’ve created a documentary which premiered at the Fargo Theater. The worst part of Joe Moran’s opioid addiction was the withdrawal. “I just wanted to rip my skin off because the anxiety was…

LIVE: Fantastic Film Festival Flies Into Fargo Theater

Filmmakers From Around The World Show Off Genre Flicks

  Fargo Fantastic Film Festival organizer Tony Tilton joins Adam Ladwig as the film fest kicks off its 15th year. The festival features sci-fi, horror, fantasy, adventure, comedy, animation and other styles of films. More than 400 films were submitted. Filmmakers from around the world, From Fargo to Japan, will appear at the festival. Screenings begin Thursday evening and run…

LIVE: An Evening With Sean Astin To Help Local Non-Profits

Q&A Event Supports HERO And Fargo Film Festival

  He helped search for a hidden pirate treasure, lead the ring-bearer to Mt. Doom in order to save Middle Earth, and inspired everyone as Rudy. Now he’s helping two local non-profits. Brent Brandt with HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization, joins Adam Ladwig to talk about An Evening with Sean Astin September 13th at the Fargo Theater. Astin will present…