For 73 years, the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre has produced varied performances and educational opportunities for the community. This fall, they will be telling the story of Sweeney Todd: a barber seeking revenge. The show will run be Oct. 18-20, 24-27, 31 and Nov. 1 on the Stage at Island
“Education is a basic human right, yet those who need education the most – children living in poverty – are the least likely to attend and complete school,” according to the website for the organization buildOn. Jim Ziolkowski, founder, president and CEO of buildOn and best-selling author of “Walk in
According to the theme of this year’s Family Weekend, family can be a little bit corny. The event will be held this weekend, Sept. 20th through Sept. 22nd. There will be an abundance of activities including an ice cream social, family expo, tailgating, a showcase performance, and more for family
CW: Suicide When Becky Weiler lost her sister by suicide, her family, friends and herself decided to come together a year later and organize a walk that could potentially help others who have gone through something similar. This national event falls under the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention which
On Thursday, Sept. 5th, the fourth annual Bridge Bash took place on the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge between Fargo and Moorhead. The street was filled with college students, friends, and family who came together to enjoy the local food trucks, live music, free games, and photo booth provided by Jefferson Lines.