MEDORA, NORTH DAKOTA July in Medora!
July in Medora, ND
The month of July marks the middle of the summer. If you haven't made it out to Medora yet, now is a great time! If you already have, come visit us again as there is so much more to... Posted on 6/26/12 at 10:39 AM
I awoke to find myself with a loaded hot glue gun in my hand. My face was covered with mango-flavored fondant. A single pipe cleaner was glued to my forehead. I reached into my pockets. They were filled with glitter. Most disturbingly, my breath reeked of cinnamon potpourri – and shame.
FARGO - When it came time to settle down, Stephanie Goetz knew she wanted to plant her roots in downtown Fargo. As a college student at the University of Minnesota, she coveted friends’ downtown dwellings, envious of their proximity to the heart of Minneapolis.
FARGO – First, it was “Wreck-It Ralph.” Then a month later, “Brave.”
The movies Chad Zimmer shows on his backyard movie screen might be modern, but watching them under the stars feels like a trip to times gone by, he says.
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Fargo - My watch read 4 a.m. as I stood alone and groggy on the platform of downtown Fargo’s Amtrak station. Cold rain had started to fall, and I swore the sky in the east was starting to get light.
FARGO - Colleen Stevens has a knack for re-creating, and proof of her talent is sprinkled throughout her home. A $30 dresser that was once gaudy and “totally 1970s” is now painted white, updated with new hardware and looks like it came from Pottery Barn.
FARGO – “My first reaction when I heard about it, I thought, ‘Oh, thank God.’”
The Rev. Jamie Parsley is celebrating the good news, but not just the kind from the good book.
Parsley is one of the devoted converts excited about the late-April opening of Mid-Mod Madhaus, a store devoted to midcentury modern furniture.
FARGO - A piece of furniture once reserved for royalty is likely sitting in your home right now. Named for the leader of the Ottoman Turks, the ottoman – an upholstered footstool – is one of the most versatile pieces of furniture anyone can own, says designer Nancy Michelsen of Vivid Interiors. Ottomans are also called “poufs” and “tuffets.”
Pam Paseka upgraded when she downsized. Paseka traded her 3,400-square-foot south Fargo townhouse for a 1,564-square-foot condo downtown two years ago. The self-described “Fargo-Moorhead girl” had never lived downtown before but thought the smaller space at 300 Broadway would better suit her busy lifestyle.
FARGO - Ashley Morken plans to decorate her home for Easter, but don’t expect any pastel plastic eggs and cutesy stuffed bunnies. Morken, who owns downtown craft boutique Unglued, interprets holiday décor her own way.
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