What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
A guide to Fargo-Moorhead for college students
Every fall, over 25,000 students arrive in Fargo-Moorhead to start a new year of college. Whether you’re off to North Dakota State University (NDSU), Moorhead State University Moorhead (MSUM), or Concordia College, sometimes it’s nice to get off-campus and explore the city. This guide is designed to help everyone from incoming first-year students …READ MORE
18 ‘North of Normal’ things to check out in Fargo-Moorhead
Fargo’s tagline is “North of Normal.” The phrase is about an attitude and a way of doing things that’s different and unexpected, so we thought it would be fun to highlight a few places in the area that you might not find in any other destination – North of Normal places, if you will. …READ MORE
Spend 4th of July in Fargo-Moorhead!
If you’re in town for the day or the entire weekend, here’s an itinerary to find the best 4th of July events near you. Saturday, July 2nd: A day celebrating our heritage Since the 4th of July marks our American pride, spend July 2nd at the different places around town that highlight the …READ MORE
Complete guide to Fargo-Moorhead patios
It’s great to come downtown and catch a bite to eat or grab a drink with a friend. When the weather is as nice as it’s been I find every excuse to be outside. Here are a few of my favorite patios downtown.
Dog-friendly spots to check out in Fargo-Moorhead
Visiting Fargo with your dog? We don’t want your canine friend(s) to miss out on all the fun. Here’s a guide to dog-friendly spots in the Fargo area! Jump to the section you’d like to learn more about: Dog-friendly hotels Dog Parks Indoor dog-friendly areas Dog-friendly patios & treats Dog-friendly hotels To see …READ MORE
What to do during the holiday season in Fargo-Moorhead
So much is happening for the holidays in Fargo, so we put this list together for you. Don’t forget your mask when you’re heading to these events and check ahead to make sure that these are still happening as planned. Dine in an Igloo or Ice House Chalet Several restaurants are offering this …READ MORE
4 great ethnic restaurants in Moorhead
Fargo’s sister city, Moorhead, has some mighty fine ethnic eats. With over 220 local restaurants in Fargo-Moorhead (around 40 of which serve great ethnic food), we wanted to talk about the top spots on the Minnesota side of the river. Besides the local-favorites Rustica Eatery and Grand Junction, Moorhead has a seriously good line-up …READ MORE
The truth about Fargo-Moorhead
Do we have a bunch of presidents’ faces carved in stone? Nope, that’s our neighbor to the south. We are no Vegas—we don’t even have one legitimate casino in Fargo-Moorhead.
Things to do in Fargo in the fall
Although the season is short, fall in Fargo is one of the best times in the year to get cozy and enjoy the beautiful weather, pretty leaves, and fun events. Here are some fun fall activities in Fargo, ND. Red River Market The largest farmers’ market in the state happens every Saturday from …READ MORE
A quick guide to the Fargo Marathon
The Fargo Marathon is one of the largest events in Fargo every year, bringing in an average of 22,000 people, both runners, and non-runners. While times are still uncertain, the Fargo Marathon is back and will take place this fall. This week-long celebration of running from September 20-25 has an event for everyone, …READ MORE