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FARGO — The rainy morning Thursday, July 19, at the Downtown Fargo Street Fair was not going to get Pat Gerlach down. He's had to deal with more than just a little rain. "I actually kind of dread the perfect day," he said under his tent, surrounded by his photos of wildlife. 'I've found on a perfect day, a sun-shining, 70-degree day, all of my people, the people who like what I do, they're all out doing something. They're not going to canoe today or go hiking."
FARGO — The Fourth of July is one of the biggest beer-drinking holidays in the country, but if you really want to celebrate America's history, put down the Bud Light and consider a fortified wine from the Portuguese Madeira Islands off the coast of Africa.
MOORHEAD — Collectively, Colburn Hvidsten III, Dave Wallis and Bruce Crummy framed how readers of The Forum saw their community from Hvidston's time as a college student in the early 1960s to Wallis' final day last October. If you add up their individual careers, the photographers put in 108 years documenting the history of the area, telling stories one image at a time, in stark black and white and then in vivid color.
Happy Harry’s RibFest announced its musical lineup for the annual Fargodome event and it promises something tangy and something twangy for fans of barbecue and live music. Singer/songwriting legend Steve Earle kicks things off on June 2, bringing his mix of country (“Guitar Town”), rock (“Copperhead Road”) and folk (“Galway Girl”) to the main stage.
Fargo-based events promoter Jade Presents announced the first round of the summer concert lineup at Bluestem. Country singer Billy Currington plays the amphitheater on June 10. He topped the country charts with “People are Crazy,” “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right,” “Good Directions” and “That’s How Country Boys Roll”. Tickets range from $32.50 to $55 and go on sale at 11 a.m., Feb. 23.
WEST FARGO -- In 2012, in the middle of her Broadway run in “Follies,” actress Jan Maxwell was hit by a van. She was treated at the scene but refused to go to the hospital. “I’ve got to get back to the theater,” she recalled telling the paramedics. “I’ve got a show tonight.”
FARGO—Wynonna Judd has always had a strong voice. From the 1984 debut with her mother Naomi as The Judds, to her solo career, which started in 1992, the singer has sung her way to the top of the charts 20 times and five Grammy wins. Wynonna (she's earned first-name-only-artist status) brings her new band, The Big Noise to Scheels Arena in Fargo Wednesday night, Dec. 13, for her Christmas show. The singer agreed to a conference call interview in late November with a handful of journalists around the country each getting to ask one question.
FARGO—An opera centered around an 1899 gala may sound a bit stuffy, but the Fargo Moorhead Opera's performance of "Die Fledermaus" takes the stuffing out of the upper class and opera itself. The season-opening production plays for—and delivers—laughs in a thoroughly enjoyable staging at North Dakota State University's Festival Concert Hall.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Superstar singer Carrie Underwood has been announced as the third and final headliner of next summer's country music festival, WE Fest, in Detroit Lakes. Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line had already been announced. The remainder of the bill has not been revealed.
The Fargodome announced its first big show of 2018 with Kevin Hart taking the stage on Jan. 19. The popular comedian/actor played the Fargodome in fall of 2015 on his “What Now” tour, which grossed over $100 million worldwide. He has starred in movies like “Ride Along,” “The Wedding Ringer” and “Get Hard.” Later this year he’ll appear in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”.