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It’s Fargo, and let’s be honest, the event calendar can fall pretty bare from time to time. But it is my firm belief that boredom can foster creativity. With Fargo holding off until holiday-related gatherings are officially acceptable and…

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Filling in the Cracks

As an incoming freshman, it can be difficult to transition into university life. As an incoming freshman with a psychological, intellectual or physical disability, it can be next to impossible. In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed….

madama butterfly

Despite a successful weekend, the discussion surrounding the FM Opera’s performance of “Madama Butterfly” was marked by mixed responses due to the production’s use of yellow face in its lead soprano. Yellow face, comparable to black face, is the…

ecce gallery

Art galleries generally carry the reputation that they overflow with pretentious gashes and pseudo-intellectuals. This perception is both true and false. There are indeed clients with more wealth and pride than one could know what to do with in a…

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Based on past experiences, my humble advice is to try and embrace the sense of calm resulting from downtime between post-October festivities, finals crunch and the holidays. Luckily, the Fargo-Moorhead event calendar has your back for however you wish…

bloody bloody andrew jackson

Beyond the acting, beyond the costuming or music, “Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson” is an important play that transcends past the expectations of theater entertainment. The rock musical by Alex Timbers maintains its palatability within the dark social commentary through…

together

Sculpture artists Chris Walla and Naomi Schliesman officially solidified the effectiveness of their working relationship through their two-person show, “Together,” on display now at the Rourke. Although their work contrasts in materiality and subject matter, the exhibition is wildly…