FARGO — A Fargo man will bare it all on national TV this Sunday, April 14. Eric Jorgenson’s time surviving the wilds of Africa will be exposed on “Naked and Afraid.” The Discovery Channel show pairs a man and a woman to survive in the wilderness, outfitted with only a cloth bag. In Sunday’s episode, called “Stalked on All Sides,” Jorgenson is paired up with “Mama” Kel.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn.—If Eric Church's intent was to light a fire under the WE Fest fans on Thursday night, Aug. 4, Kid Rock seemed intent on wanting to burn them...
FARGO - Ralphie May’s show at the Fargo Theatre tonight, April 12, has been postponed. The comic got into hot water after an old joke about American Indians resurfaced and prompted the cancellation of a show in Bemidji, Minn., over the weekend .
FARGO – Filmmakers are calling for "action" from North Dakota and Minnesota legislators to create more funding options for movies made in the states. During a Fargo Film Festival afternoon panel discussion Friday, March 18, called "Filmmaking in North Dakota & Minnesota: Roadblocks and Solutions," filmmakers talked about what's needed to make it easier to create works in the area.
FARGO – WDAY-TV maintained its top spot among local news viewers, according to the most recent ratings period. The latest Nielsen Ratings, from Jan. 30 through Feb. 26, showed that while WDAY was the top draw at 5, 6 and 10 p.m., chief rival KVLY is gaining ground. The ratings cover the Fargo-Moorhead metro area – Cass, Clay and Barnes counties – as well as the entire Fargo market area, 35 counties in eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota.
As a theatrical lighting designer, Josh Epstein doesn’t just flick the switches and turn on the spotlights. He’s responsible for setting the tone and subtly revealing elements of the story through the light’s color and intensity.
THOMPSON, N.D. — When Kevin Muiderman decided to build a home, he wanted a place that would be welcoming to guests. A lot of guests. A handful of times each year, Muiderman moves the furniture from the living room to set up rows of folding seats, transforming the space into a concert hall for 85. Muiderman didn’t just have a sound design for the house, he built it with sound in mind.