Stay Out Late On Thursdays

Story and photos by Sarah Bauman MSUM mass comm major Several downtown businesses are staying open late on Thursdays to accommodate traffic from events like Bras on Broadway and the National Muffler’s Cruisin Broadway.  The Fargo Downtowner promotes the late Thursdays and several of the Thursday events. The events draw more people downtown at night,…
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Click-clacks On The Tracks

By Kelsie O’Keefe Mass Comm. Major Photos by Sadie Jones Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding, ding, ding. The incessant sound invokes eye rolls, head shakes, curse words and u-turns. Eighty trains pass through downtown FM every day. That’s over three trains an hour or approximately one train every 18 minutes. The ding, ding, dinging quickly…
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Moorhead Celebrates Cultures

A commentary Story and photos by Sarah Bauman MSUM mass comm major When thinking of the Fargo-Moorhead area, diversity might not be the first thing that comes to mind.  But last Saturday, the many cultures that call this area home were showcased at Pangea, a cultural celebration that takes place every November at the Hjemkomst…
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Swing Dancers Feel The Rhythm

Photos by Amita Manandhar Dancing these days brings to mind concert halls, mosh pits or high school dances but every Tuesday night in downtown Fargo, a different kind of dancing takes place. At the Avalon a mixture of age groups comes together to swing dance. A fun and relaxing way to meet new people, the…
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Saint John’s Bible Comes To Moorhead

By Nicholas Barth MSUM Journalism 500 years in the making For the first time in 500 years, an art is being brought to life and prints of it can be seen right here in downtown Moorhead at the Hjemkomst Center. The Saint John’s Bible, hand-written version, is being brought to the Heimkomst Center. Bringing an…
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