A fair is a veritable smorgasbord-orgasbord-orgasbord. -Goose, Charlotte’s Web
A fair is a veritable smorgasbord-orgasbord-orgasbord.
-Goose, Charlotte’s Web
“Nothing is more important to us than being North Dakotan,” said Jeremy Mahany of The Starving Rooster. “We’re all North Dakota boys and girls here, and our families go way back in our state’s farming tradition. From the moment we started planning this restaurant, we knew every aspect of it had to reflect our pride.”
Artists have always held a certain fondness for the cities they’ve called home. Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame is as much his love letter to Paris as it is Quasimodo’s story. Federico Fellini’s movie Roma encapsulates everything about the ancient capital, from its food to its frescoes to its nightmarish traffic. Even Gotham, Bob Kane’s grimdark Batman setting, is in its own way an ode to New York City (albeit to its seedier facets). In this tradition a great many of Fargo’s artists find they need look no further than their hometown for inspiration and beauty.
“The kids’ reactions to the horses make it all worthwhile,” said Katie Oakland. “A couple of years ago, we had a five year old girl come out for the first time. She has cerebral palsy, and has never been able to walk. We put her on top of a horse, and do you know what she said?”
Nordic Ware is a family-owned, American manufacturer of kitchenware products. Celebrating 72 years in business in 2018, this local company manufactures and markets an extensive line of quality cookware, bakeware, microwave and grilling products and specialty kitchenware that is distributed worldwide.
I remember when my parents got their first Subaru. The Lynx had just taken an unfortunate Dad-related turn, which would be its last, and the Grand Prix comprising the rest of the family’s fleet wasn’t suitable for Vermont’s icy roads. They needed a powerhouse that could blast through walls of slush, stop on a dime for oblivious deer and not rob Mom blind on gas prices.