At the closing reception of the Hysterical Sublime exhibition, which features recent artwork from student artists examining our interaction with data in the contemporary world, a select group of artists will speak about their creative studies in photography and digital media. The event is free and open to the public.
Edmonton indie rocker Calvin Love will perform at January’s Aquarium night at Dempsey’s. Love has toured through Fargo before and recently released “Super Future,” his first album for Broken Social Scene’s record label Arts & Crafts. There is no cover charge for the show.
Ugly Food of the North presents a community conversation about the role of chefs in the sustainable food movement. Topics are to include sourcing locally, reducing food waste, controlling food and labor costs and other challenges. Local chefs, such as Brian Diumenti from the Hotel Donaldson and Emily Swedberg from Lucid Bakery, will be present to give their insight on topics. Following the talk will be an informal social…
The Laughing Girls, Shari and Jessica Lindsley’s collaboration that seeks to shine a spotlight on local writers, present a poetry reading featuring Jill Kandel, April Knutson, Robin Jewel Du Pont and Erika Dyk. The event is hosted by Michelle Pearson and also includes open mic. There is a suggested donation of two non-perishable items for Great Plains
Two exhibits will be presented and explore the effects of the doctrine of Manifest Destiny. Artist Laura Youngbird of Breckenridge, Minn., will be there to discuss her exhibit “Manifestation.”
Hosted by the Fargo Human Relations Commission, the event celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. with performances by Buffalo River Singers, Bhutanese Dancers and Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus. The Fargo Human Relations Awards will be presented as well.
Beginning this Saturday, Mezzaluna brings back their midnight brunch, featuring a late night all you can eat buffet with drink specials. Doors are open late for the buffet which will be held every Saturday.
The Tell allows audience members to throw their name in a hat for a chance to tell a true story in six minutes or less. The theme for this month is “No. Sleep. ‘Til ....,” and those who stick to the theme will have a better shot at winning and advancing to the Tell Off in April. Local musician Randi Olsen-Heinold will provide music for the event.
Local artist and North Dakota State University lecturer Andrew David Stark’s newest series of paintings will be on display at Ecce Art Gallery. The exhibit runs from Jan. 7 until Feb. 7.
Fargo’s latest grilled cheese bistro opens at Rosey’s on Roberts Alley. The artisan cheese and seafood market will be serving out grilled cheese sandwiches at their pop-up restaurant beginning Jan. 6, Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to close.
By Gabrielle Herschgabbyhersch@gmail.comThink & Drink is coming to Fargo! Organized by Humanities North Dakota, Think & Drink is a happy hour series that hosts a facilitated public conversation about big issues and ideas. Lead by a…
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