By Alicia Underlee Nelson
Photos by Tylar Frame Photography
In-person events are back. After years of donning comfy sweats and yoga pants and avoiding other humans for the sake of public health, figuring out what to wear can feel a little overwhelming.
I asked Courtney Schur, owner of Carmine & Hayworth Vintage in Fargo, to give us a jolt of inspiration. She sells some of the region’s most fabulous vintage looks and can help us inject a little glamor and fun into our…
15 July 2021
If these trails could talk, what would they say?
Well.. depending on the trail and if the trail is marked with the green metal Talking Trails sign, we’re a lot closer to finding out.
“So rather than reading signs, we connect guests with the whole story, just by dialing in, so that you can access the content by dialing in on the phone number with the talking point number that's found on the sign or you can download the talking trail mobile…
Alicia Underlee Nelson
I’m not normally someone who waits for ships to come in. But after just a few hours in Duluth, I’m a believer.
The giant freighters laden with iron ore, limestone and coal approach the Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin (the largest freshwater…
By Amy Piper
Lake Michigan sunsets are intoxicating in Ludington. The evening waves kiss the sugar-sand beaches at Stearns Park Beach. A visitor comments on the large number of people arriving to watch the sunset. “Yes, it’s the best free entertainment in town,” the local replies with a smile. “We also come to greet the S.S. Badger when it arrives.”
So, you’re thinking about a road trip to Michigan, but it seems like such a long drive. And maybe you’re not…
by Thena Franssen
17 June 2021
When people think of Missouri, most think about the larger cities and sports teams but fail to look past much more of that. Failing to dig deeper into what the state of Missouri has to offer means that you're going to be missing out on some truly amazing sights. One of the best trips to venture on when visiting Missouri is to hop on historic…
by Dusty & Kelly Ratcliff
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17 June 2021
The Minnesota River Valley National Scenic Byway stretches 287 miles and offers something for everyone in the car. Take in natural history, birding and wildlife, interpretive centers, museums and parks, hiking and biking, historic towns, shopping and restaurants, hotels or camping, or simply just driving. Pick your adventure!
This drive offers multiple historic sites that played an important role to the…
Norwegian native Aurora has achieved international recognition in her genre and has followings in the United States and Canada. Aurora is relatively new to the music scene, putting out her first studio album in 2016. This interview took place at OverOslo, the annual music festival on a hill overlooking the Oslo harbor.
Her first album: “All my Demons Greeting me as a Friend” (2016)
High Plains Reader: You’re from a pretty small place in Norway, what was that like growing up?
Sondre Lerche was born in Bergen on the west coast, the second largest city in Norway. He has just released his eighth album, “Pleasure” (2017). This interview took place at OverOslo, the annual music festival on a hill overlooking the Oslo harbor.
HPR: How has being from Norway affected your music both when you started and now?
Sondre Lerche: It’s always hard to say because it’s all I know, but when you are young growing up here, you listen to mainly music from other places,…
By Mrisha Sharma
Photos: Mrisha Sharma
“I really enjoy being a functional human being in the society, still living like this. This way of life is actually working out and I am actually happy with it.”
Ida Frisch and her boyfriend, Martin Osvold, are temporarily crashing in an art studio in Hausmania, located in the center of Oslo, Norway. Hausmania was an abandoned building occupied by squatters until 1999. Now it is a cultural center for artists and musicians in…
By Amber Ainsworth firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo by: Amber Ainsworth
Justin Chirico and his wife, Sarah Chirico-Wyss, live in Glåmos, a village just north of Rørøs, Norway. They have 10 Alaskan huskies and a black labrador named Belmont who is training to be a rescue dog and a bed bug sniffing dog.
Sarah races the dogs competitively, while Justin prefers to take the dogs out for fun and doesn’t have any interest in mushing. Together they train the animals that they consider part of their…
By Laura Simmonssabrina@hpr1.com The recent overturn of Roe v. Wade allowed North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley to sign North Dakota’s trigger law, making abortion illegal starting July 28, 2022. Organizations providing…
By Kris Gruberperriex1@gmail.comSpring is here (mostly), and our area is buzzing with people eager to get back out and about -- many newly vaccinated and feeling a bit safer. Partnering with Jade Events, Fargo Brewing is just…
By Madeline Lukemadelineluke@ymail.comSonja Kaye, of CLEAN in Fargo gave the third of four talks on climate change issues specific to North Dakota for the “What in the World Series,” in Valley City on April 5. While the topic…