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Fargo Public Library’s Film Noir Series Starts Sunday, Nov. 26
The Fargo Public Library will host The Art of Dark Film, a four-week series featuring movies from the 1940s and 1950s, starting Sunday, Nov. 26, at the downtown Main Library. A screening of the movie ...
11/21/17 at 1:53 PM Out-of-School Events for Teens and Kids at the Library This Week 10/17/17 at 2:32 PM
Library Hosts One Book, One Community Film Event Sept. 24 9/21/17 at 9:12 AM
When the Red River Valley Fairrolls around each year about this timein West Fargo, a rare moment of nostalgia sometimescomes over me. Sometimes. Allow me to paraphrase Marilyn Hagertyeach (and every)...
7/10/17 at 9:03 AM Meet Me at the Bates Motel 3/21/17 at 3:23 AM
Patty Duke 3/30/16 at 8:00 AM
Back to School in 10 Movies
Fall can be tough. The days are shorter, temperatures are dropping, and its hard to trade long days at the beach or in the woods for afternoons in the classroom. Here are some movies to help ease any ...
9/18/16 at 11:00 PM IN THEATERS: ‘Don’T Think Twice’ Brings More Than Laughs 9/15/16 at 11:00 PM
INDIEWATCH: Two films for whatever genre you’re craving this Valentine’s Day 2/14/14 at 2:08 PM
Beck Keeps It Reel at the Fargo Theatre
By Mattie Hanson Most people remember family vacations and the long hours spent in the car ride to the Black Hills or Disney world. Instead of vacation trips, Emily Beck, 33, vividly remembers drivi...
3/7/16 at 4:50 PM Fargo Public Library offers free DVDs for rent. 3/4/11 at 9:32 AM
Global festival makes foreign films Fargo-friendly 9/30/10 at 10:07 AM
Reel Bad: Movies for the Strong of Stomach
Some movies are good. The best of them become legends, cult favorites or classics, and they have enough fans that people still talk about them decades later: The Godfather, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Th...
2/25/16 at 6:28 PM Reel Bad: Movies for the Strong of Stomach 2/25/16 at 6:26 PM
Review: Jurassic World hit me right in the nostalgia 6/15/15 at 10:33 AM
Yes, we can have some place where alcohol isn't
Fargo city commissioner Dave Piepkorn says he's received about 20 messages from residents opposed to allowing the sale and consumption of alcohol in movie theaters. He's received zero messages in supp...
12/8/15 at 3:40 PM
Film challenges culture's approach to addiction; free screening in Fargo Sept. 24
"The Anonymous People" is a documentary film that challenges our culture's approach to drug an alcohol addiction treatment. First Step Recovery and The Village will sponsor a free screening of the fi...
9/11/15 at 11:54 AM Watch now: The trailer for "The Adventures of Super Heart" is out! 1/29/14 at 1:07 PM
Movies to watch for guys ... for free
Guys, do you ever walk in the house at 7 p.m. on a Monday and the woman in your life has commandeered the primary household TV for her ritualistic viewing of The Bachelor? That means you find yoursel...
1/26/15 at 8:16 PM Movie magic almost non-existent these days 7/21/13 at 12:00 AM
Inception looks great 6/23/10 at 3:53 AM
I am such a sap when it comes to family movies. I took my daughters to see the new movie by Disney,Frozen, yesterday. It was great and we loved it! I have two daughters, so right away this ...
12/27/13 at 11:30 AM
Females in the Movies Part 3: Princess Leia and the Smurfette Principle
Click here to read more of my Females in the Movies blog series. Another female role model in media from my childhood was none other than a side-bun wearing, gun-toting space princess: Leia. Yes, ...
9/2/13 at 2:55 PM Females in the Movies Part 1: A Beginner’s Guide to Feminism 7/14/13 at 1:36 PM
About a month ago I watched a movie called Django Unchained. Written by Quentin Tarantino, the movie stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz; Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson. The m...
2/23/13 at 7:21 AM
Beyond the "Turkey Handprint" - Weave a Story with the Family
The perennial kindergarten and grammar school project of tracing one's hand, cutting it out and coloring it to resemble a Turkey is still a standard Thanksgiving art activity. Yes, its quick and undou...
11/19/12 at 4:45 PM
A cornucopia of blog notes
It has been more than a week since Ive written a blog and Im feeling a bit out of practice. I just cant seem to pinpoint one specific subject to write about. So, if youll bear with me, Ill write about...
1/17/12 at 5:19 PM Ten ways to beat the heat 7/15/11 at 4:53 PM
Just me and the girlz 3/5/10 at 4:41 PM
70 degree swing
In less than a day, I'll be on the big bird in the sky, on my way to Miami to run the Ragnar Relay from there to the Florida Keys. For the past few months, I've been plugging away, blocking the trip ...
1/5/11 at 7:07 AM Building blocks 12/16/10 at 8:44 PM
UND Indian Studies hosts American Indian Film Festival Nov. 15-22
The University of North Dakota Indian Studies and the Indian Studies Association will hold the fifth annual American Indian Film Festival Nov. 15-22. All movies will show at 7 p.m., in the UND Memo...
11/9/10 at 10:18 AM