DOING IT DOWNTOWN Zandbroz Variety
Downtown Store, With A Lake-Country Tourist Feel
BY EMMA JEAN VATNSDAL
Set near the end of Broadways run of one-of-a-kind stores lies the granddaddy of them all. Inside and out, its r... Posted on 3/14/17 at 10:48 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES: TRAVELS AND EXPERIENCES GATHERED OF A FORMER MINNESOTAN Interesting Facts About Germany: Books and the Ten Commandments
Here is an interesting story to share with you to start off this article: At an elementary school in Bad Oldesloe (between Luebeck and Hamburg), a group of pupils during an after-school class (Schul... Posted on 3/10/17 at 9:21 AM
FARGO PUBLIC LIBRARY Fargo Library Presents Scandinavian Crime Novel Program
Modern day crime novels from Scandinavian writers are very popular with readers as these crime novels provide an opportunity for readers to learn about the real lives of Scandinavian people today. The... Posted on 2/22/17 at 3:29 AM
FARMBLEAT Winter Boredom? Not Possible
I cant wait for winter to be over!
Im so ready for spring!
Have you said this, or heard someone else say this to you recently?
I have several times in just the past couple of weeks in fact.
I sup... Posted on 1/16/17 at 1:16 PM
MOORHEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY Family and Holiday Cooking
Falling Cloudberries: AWorld of Family Recipes byTessa Kiros
Holiday Dinners with Bradley Ogden: 150 Festive Recipes for Bringing Family and Friends T... Posted on 11/16/16 at 11:56 AM
What elements make up a great summer? Participating in the Fargo Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program is one way to have a great summer. This year’s program combines science and reading in ways that will appeal to readers of all ages. The free Summer Reading Program begins Monday, June 2, and runs through August 9.
Economics professor author of three sci-fi books
FARGO – By day, Clark Jackson is a mild-mannered accountant in Des Moines, Iowa.
By night, he’s a universe-traveling adventurer, encountering alien species and solving out-of-this-world problems after discovering a portal to other planets and dimensions.
Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan says in a new book that he considered himself a racist growing up. In a new book entitled "Michael Jordan: The Life" by author Roland Lazenby, the five-time National Basketball Association most valuable player and current owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, says that as a teenager he was "against all white people."
Are you a fan of Anne Shirley? If so, you will not want to miss the library’s Fans of Anne event celebrating author L. M. Montgomery’s classic Anne of Green Gables and everything that is Anne Shirley set for 2 p.m. Saturday at the downtown library.
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