Editor’s Choice: Indoor Entertainment

Just because the harsh, blistering cold seems to be forcing you to stay inside does not mean you have to be bored as well. The Fargo area offers a variety of events that allow you to find solace in indoor heating while not compromising your right to be entertained.

The Tell

The irreverent and hilarious storytelling event The Tell is back to start the year off with a bang.

The event is a competition of the greater story — a survival of the fittest of which contestant has the most superior and hilarious tale to tell.

The next installment of The Tell takes place 7:30 Thursday. The theme for the night is “No. Sleep. ‘Til…” Tellers are chosen from the audience and are prompted to tell a tale that is relevant to the night’s topic.

The event takes place at Drekker Brew Co. at 603 1st Ave N Fargo. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Coffee and Cocoa Crawl

Tonight from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. is the first annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl hosted by Downtown Fargo.

The event serves to promote the excellent hot drinks and shopping that the downtown area has to offer. One can enjoy the midwestern winter with a warm mug in hand.

The crawl begins at Sandy’s Doughnuts. From there, participants can purchase a wristband for $10 to be eligible for food samples at participating stores and door prizes. A map of the crawl locations will be provided.

MU Live Casino Night

For fun and entertainment closer to campus, the Memorial Union has plenty to offer.

In the MU Great Plains Ballroom, NDSU Campus Attractions and the Residence Hall Association are hosting a casino night Friday.

Boasting the typical casino games such as roulette and blackjack, you can be the millionaire you always fantasized being. No money is needed for this event, as the casino night will be using their own “fun money” as currency.

Along with the casino night festivities, there will also be an oxygen bar available.

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