Fargo Snow

If you are reading this, then by now it is very likely that the Midwest’s winter has shown her surly side. Snow can be very pretty, but let’s face it — the most beautiful thing in the world wouldn’t do you any favors if you regularly had to shovel several hundred pounds of it. When snow has covered your driveway, sidewalk, even your doorstep, you want the greater Fargo area’s preeminent snow removal specialist in your corner. That is Fargo Snow.

Andes Tower Hills

The Anderson brothers not only fell in love with skiing when they first tried it out in the 1970s, but wanted to share that newfound passion as well. The entrepreneurs thus found an conveniently placed steep slope just 90 minutes southeast of Fargo in Kensington, MN, and opened Andes Tower Hills. Now nearly four decades later their wish has been fulfilled: a world-class ski resort where anyone from the tri-state area can go to shred to their hearts’ content.

Fall Family Fun (Fargo)

Parents have to face a great challenge during this time of year. How do you let the kids enjoy some good old-fashioned seasonal fun without exposing them to (A) horrifying things that will require costly therapy down the road, or (B) drunken oafs who might say no-no words in public? Fortunately there are plenty of wholesome family destinations to enjoy around the Fargo-Moorhead area this fall, such as these three that would let us use their photographs.

Guide to Fireplaces

It may be the perfect temperature outside right now, but true Midwesterners know that’s just Mother Nature’s trick to lull us into a sense of false security before she torments us with yet another hard winter. Now is the time to think about how you’re going to keep your tootsies toasty before it becomes too late. If you’d like to take some of the burden off of your furnace while adding a lot to the ambiance of your home, a fireplace is just the way to go about it. This is a primer on your options.

Black Coffee and Waffle Bar

Black Coffee and Waffle Bar started out in Minneapolis in 2014, when it was cofounded by the owner of a now defunct coffee shop called Muddsuckers. It is worth noting that at some point he did a complete 180 when it came to naming his businesses. Black Coffee and Waffle Bar has done very well in Minneapolis owing primarily to two factors — you might guess what they are. They have done their namesakes so well, in fact, that they’ve just opened up their newest location in downtown Fargo.