Anna G. Larson
Anna G. Larson is a features reporter with The Forum who writes a weekly column featuring stylish people in Fargo-Moorhead. Larson graduated from North Dakota State University with a degree in journalism and joined The Forum in July 2012. She's a Fargo native who enjoys travel, food, baking, fashion, animals, coffee and all things Midwestern. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter: @msannagrace
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FARGO – Ever since I was a child, I’ve fallen asleep to the sound of clothes tumbling in a dryer, a fan blowing a breeze or a TV that’s barely...
58-year-old farmer Noreen Thomas pioneered the local organic movement 10 years ago, and she’s worked to build a sustainable agricultural community that encourages consumers to know their farmers and their food.
When Heather Syverson spends a weekend in the woods, she brings a chandelier. The 35-year-old Fargo woman is one of many people who are embracing the growing trend of “glamping,” or glamorous camping.
Memorial Day and July 11, 2004, mark days of thanksgiving and remembrance for Jack Willson Jr. The 54-year-old retired staff sergeant with the North Dakota Army National Guard calls the latter his “Alive Day,” or day he escaped death.
Cold-press coffee is not hot coffee poured over ice. The cool, bold, smooth coffee brew is created with cold water and time, and it’s become a popular warm-weather sip.
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. -- In Molly Yeh’s kitchen, there are good eggs and not-so-good eggs. The good eggs, laid by a friend’s chickens, are fried for breakfast. The not-as-good...
At 16, Kaleigh was pregnant and knew she couldn’t give her daughter the life she deserved, so she worked with The Village Family Service Center to create an open adoption plan.
FARGO — Chocolate pudding, pumpkin pie, milkshakes — everything’s tastier with freshly whipped cream. It’s even better when you have minimal cleanup post-indulgence. Shaking cream, sugar and vanilla in a...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed a new label Feb. 27 that’s easier to read and could change how consumers eat.
Children grow out of clothes, but they don’t outgrow mental illness. Half of all lifetime cases of mental health disorders begin by age 14, according to a study by Harvard University, the University of Michigan and the National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program.