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FARGO—Earth Day may be today, but a really green day happens in three months when Fargo and Moorhead begin single-sort recycling. The move makes it easier for FM residents to recycle and encourages them to reprocess more material. While things like junk mail and pizza boxes will be added to the list of recyclable items when single-sort starts in July, not all things will be acceptable.
FARGO -- Tig Notaro brings her storytelling style of comedy to the Fargo Theatre on Thursday, July 13. Notaro made her Comedy Central debut with the 2004 special “Tig” and went on to appear in “The Sarah Silverman Program,” “The Office,” “Inside Amy Schumer” and “Transparent.” In 2016 her semi-autobiographical series, “One Mississippi,” debuted on Amazon Prime.
Things are starting to brighten up outside and inside with a variety of events happening this weekend. Harlem Globetrotters Tonight
FARGO—Happy Harry's RibFest is getting tangy and twangy with its lineup, serving up some classic 1980s and '90s acts. Rock band Collective Soul, which scored mid-'90s radio staples like "Shine" and "The World I Know," kicks things off on Wednesday, June 7.
FARGO—Pawhuska, Okla., is a small town (population approximately 3,600) in the middle of cattle country. The closest major metropolitan area is Tulsa, about an hour south. Yet visitors have been traveling in droves to the small town just for a taste of Ree Drummond. The Food Network star's new restaurant/retail store, The Mercantile, has become a tourism destination, with some reports of as many as 6,000 visiting in a day and up to a five-hour wait for seating.
FARGO—Season 3 of the FX series "Fargo" rolls out Wednesday night, and while the latest installment of not-so-nice Minnesota murders brings us a new setting (Eden Valley and St. Cloud circa 2010) and storyline, trailers suggest similarities to previous characters and scenes. There's a good cop with a close family bond, a bad guy with a mysterious past and a colorful cast all set on a collision course. GOOD COP Season 1 Molly Solverson—Set in 2006, Molly earns her stripes by outperforming her police peers, thanks to support from her father...
Holiday weekends can be kind of slow as far as events go, but there are plenty of options for things to do this Easter weekend. Laugh it up with a nationally known comic, rock out with a legendary Minnesota jam band or catch a more intimate acoustic show at a local brewery. Or kick off your shoes—or watch someone else do it—in an all-male revue. Paula Poundstone Saturday, April 15
FARGO—Hop to it! Just in time for Easter, the Children's Museum at Yunker Farm rolls out the 29th Annual Easter Eggstravaganza this weekend. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, kids can take part in a constructive kind of spring fever. The highlights are the Easter egg hunts at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m., both days. The Saturday morning run is always the busiest, so small or shy children may want to plan for a different time. Even between and after the hunts there is plenty to do.
Whiskey Fest on tap at Sanctuary The 2017 Fargo Whiskey Fest is setting 'em up on Wednesday, April 12, at Sanctuary Events Center. This celebration of distilled spirits offers samples of around 90 whiskeys from America, Ireland, Scotland and Canada. Bottles range from the standard offerings to rarer top shelf varieties, like Jim Beam Distiller's Masterpiece, which sells for more than $200 a bottle.
FARGO—Country singer Justin Moore walks a line. He has one cowboy boot kicking up dust on the hell-raising side with tunes like "I Could Kick Your Ass" and "More Middle Fingers." The other cowboy boot is firmly set in being a family man, as heard in "Til My Last Day" and "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away." Moore will have both feet on the stage at the Fargodome Friday night when he co-headlines a show with Lee Brice.