Concordia Theatre’s first mainstage production of the year reforms the way history is told through a comical interpretation of the lives of Martin Luther, Doctor John Faustus, and Prince Hamlet. “Wittenberg,” written by David Davalos, tells the story of these three unrelated historical and fictional figures meeting for the first
One block off Broadway on First Ave. N. in Fargo is the Red River Women’s Clinic. The unassuming white building is home to the only abortion service provider in the state of North Dakota. Every autumn, the building is easily spotted as it is targeted by an international pro-life campaign.
Local farmers, sustainability enthusiasts, and foodies in the Fargo-Moorhead community rejoiced at the grand opening of the Prairie Roots Co-op on Wednesday, Sept. 6. The rest of the celebration-filled week brought the community together with live music, workshops, sales and a free yoga class. Prairie Roots Co-op, on 1213 Northern
What’s that classic, versatile and sustainable container we all know and love? You guessed it. It’s you friendly neighborhood mason jar. From trying out craft projects you find on Pinterest to storing your overnight oats, mason jars are a go-to. Aesthetic value aside, glass containers are a great substitute for
If Macklemore didn’t persuade you to start thrift shopping in 2013, it’s not too late to start. From mom jeans to recycled flannels, thrift shopping has become one of the trendiest fads in recent years. The financial benefits are obvious, especially for us college kids, but this trend benefits far
In the weeks since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, environmental activists and scientists across the globe have raised their concerns about the future health of the earth. Political views aside, the current environmental crisis is not slowing down and is certainly not going to improve by a complete lack