LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Only Got $20 In My Pocket: Treats From Fargo's European Market
It's an exciting time to live in Fargo-Moorhead. Two, internationally-influenced markets opened, just within the past five months. Katerina Berg opened theEuropean Marketin the late fall and, in Febru... Posted on 3/10/13 at 4:33 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices blogging, baby...
We've seen the ads on TV.
Downtown merchants and residents touting the virtues of downtown Fargo in two simple words..."downtown, baby."
Hip, cool, happening.
The fact that do... Posted on 12/7/12 at 8:45 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Chuck Klosterman in Bismarck on Wednesday
One of North Dakotas most celebrated writers will be in Bismarck on Wednesday for An Evening with Chuck Klosterman.
Klosterman, a journalist, essayist and author of seven books, will be reading for hi... Posted on 4/9/12 at 10:58 AM
MS. SIMPLICITY Staycation
Have you heard of staycations? They are a great way of discovering your local community and seeing it through the eyes of an outsider. Today is "Small Business Saturday" and I celebrate what can be ... Posted on 11/26/11 at 1:05 PM
STAFF BLOG FAITH FORUM Nontraditional church plants seeds in downtown Fargo
Posted on Brett Moser’s Facebook profile is the phrase “Religion Sucks.”
Seems like an odd thing for a pastor to say.
Of course, Moser isn’t a traditional pastor, and his River... Posted on 6/19/10 at 3:56 AM
A downtown developer is making a third run at plans for a new building in hopes of satisfying both the neighborhood and city.
The second proposal for a building on two vacant, city-owned parcels at 320 and 324 7th Ave. N. – brought to the City Commission this week – wasn’t up to neighbors’ design standards and the offering price was too low for the city.
By Heidi Shaffer, Forum Communications Co.
, May 05, 2011
The annual meeting of the Main Street Downtown Association will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, at the Buffalo City Grille Dining Room.
Featured at the meeting will be a report by MSDA President Kimberly Sax-berg, election of officers for 2011, election of three new board members and reports on the refurbished parking lots and the quiet zone.
The Chamber of Commerce City Beautification Committee and the Mainstreet Downtown Association have received so many compliments on the beautiful flower baskets on and around Main Street.
Although the city of Jamestown does not budget for the flowers, it does help in material ways: furnishing the equipment for watering the flowers, putting up the flowers and taking them down in the fall.
Crazy Days promises a variety of activities Friday in downtown Jamestown for local residents and visitors.
Main Street/Downtown Association Am-bassador Charlie Kourajian said First Avenue will be closed from First to Third Streets. Starting at 8 a.m. activities on the closed-off street will include entertainment, food, demonstrations, games and the ping pong ball drop.
After reading several of the letters to the editor concerning the quiet zone in Jamestown, I felt compelled to voice my concerns.
I live downtown, support downtown and love downtown. Is it not forward thinking to make it better? You cannot even hold a conversation outside of Babb’s Coffee House or Buffalo City Grille when a train goes through. The horns are piercing and run all through the night.
City crews will begin snow removal in the residential areas starting at 11 a.m. today.
City crews will begin removingsnow fromt he downtown area at 11 p.m. today and continue thorugh the night. Downtown merchants are asked to have their sidewalks shoveled by 9 p.m. before the blades begin working downtown.
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