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The Fargo Beat 9-19-13

The Fargo Beat 9-19-13

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Fargo-Moorhead Social & Word of Mouth Network
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The Fargo Beat
 
Fargo-Moorhead Social & Word of Mouth Network
 
September 19,2013
 
It’s looking like a quiet fall weekend in Fargo… oh, wait, is there something going ondowntown?
 
SOCIAL
 
 
ESPN College Game Day
– Sat 9/21, 8 am – 11 am, Downtown. Shuttles will be runningall day until 2:45 pm back and forth from NDSU to Downtown. Put on your green andgold and show ESPN what Fargo is all about! Most bars are opening early for theoccasion, so go support them too!
 
West Fest
 –
 
9/19-21, events include Cruise night, a parade, the Firefighter’s Ball andmore. westfargond.gov/westfest
 
Food Truck Festival
- 11 am- 11pm, North Dakota Horse Park. North Dakota’s first everfood truck festival (so this is a real thing?!) 7 + food trucks from the FM area andthroughout the Midwest will be available. PLUS (as if you needed more reason to go to afood truck festival?) a live band, prizes, jump houses and more.
 
Fargo Beer Festival
- 6pm- 9 pm, Fargo Civic Center. Samplings of over 100 premiumcraft brews! PLUS (again, you need to entice me more than saying there will be a lot of beer?!) live music, food vendors, and lots of fun! Tickets $24 in advance, $30 at thedoor.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
 
ARTSpulse
– Look to The Arts Partnership’s ARTSpulse for daily info for what is going on andinteresting in local arts & culture. Check this link to sign up for their email, Facebook, Twitter,Tumblr, Pinterest, and Google+. http://theartspartnership.net/artspulse/
Throughout the Weekend
 
Red by John Logan
 – 9/19-21 at 7:30 pm and Sept 8 & 15 at 2:00 pm, Theatre B
 
The Hounds of the Baskervilles
, 9/20, 21 & 26, 7:30 p.m., The Stage at Island Park.
 
The Hobbit Trail: A Tour of Biblical Proportions,
9/19-21, 8pm,Headliner: Nate Ford,Feature: Brendan O’Day, Courtney’s Comedy Club
Thursday September 19
 
 
Matt Haimovitz and Christopher O’Riley
– 7:30 pm, MSUM
 
Hellzapoppin Side Show
- 9 pm, The Hub
 
Jason Paulson
– 9 pm , Windbreak Saloon
 
 
Friday September 20
 
 
Jason Paulson
- 9 pm , Windbreak Saloon
 
The Roosters
 – 9 pm, Cadillac Ranch
 
Charlie Parr
 – 8 pm, Aquarium
 
S.O.L
- 9 pm, Spirits Lounge
 
The Front Fenders
– 9:30 pm, JT Cigarro’s
Saturday September 21
 
 
Chris Hennens Birthday Party w/ Paul Collins Beat
- 7:30 pm, Aquarium
 
Jerrod Niemann
– 8 pm, The Venue at The Hub
 
Flashback
 – 8:30 pm, WF VFW
 
Shane Martin
- 9 pm , Windbreak Saloon
 
Nathan Miller Band
 – 9 pm, Dempsey’s
 
S.O.L
- 9 pm, Spirits Lounge
 
Free Fallin’: Tom Petty Tribute
– 9:30 pm, Garage Bar
 
Anthony Chaput Live
 – 9:30 pm , JT Cigarro’s
Sunday September 22
 
 
8
th
Hour –
9 pm, Windbreak Saloon
Tuesday September 23
 
 
Comedy Night –
9pm, Red Raven Espresso Parlor. Every Tuesday is open mic comedynight. Both professional as well as amateur comedians take the stage for 4-7min sets.Sign up starts at 8:30pm, show from 9-10 pm (or later). It is an all ages even but somematerial may be for mature audiences only. And it’s open mic so some material may beterrible too.
Wednesday September 24
 
Iron & Wine with Widowspeak
– 8pm, Fargo Theatre
FARGO THEATRE
www.fargotheatre.org for show times
 
 
In A World…
(R) Lake Bell stars as Carol, a struggling vocal coach who strikes it big in thecutthroat world of movie-trailer voiceovers, only to find herself in direct competitionwith the industry’s reigning king, her father.
 
Blue Jasmine (PG-13)
- Cate Blanchett has Oscar buzzing with her powerhouseperformance in Woody Allen's latest comedic drama. When NYC socialite Jasmine loseseverything she must move into her sister's modest home and begin to rebuild her life.http://youtu.be/iZ8t31LhNl0 
 
The Road to Little Rock
 – Sun, 9/22, 7 pm. One judge, nine students; The Courage adConviction of Judge Ronald Davies. Free screening of the film followed by paneldiscussion featuring Terrence Roberts of the Little Rock Nine.
 
Admission: Free
 
 
 
Free Noon Organ Concerts –
each Wed in September
PLAINS ART MUSEUM
www.plainsart.org
 
 
Plains Art Museum
is proud to present the first major showing of acclaimed surrealistand Fargo-Moorhead native T. L. Solien’s new body of work, inspired by both literarysources and historical epochs. Solien has created a powerful body of work inspired byHerman Melville’s 1851 novel, Moby-Dick and Sena Jeter Naslund’s 1999 bestseller,Ahab’s Wife. While numerous American artists have interpreted Melville’s novel, Solienis the first and only to also embrace its contemporary sequel in Ahab’s Wife. Byimagining Ahab’s widow leaving the East Coast for a North Dakota homestead, Soliensimultaneously explores the ambitions and incentives that drive his own artisticcreativity. Organized by Plains Art Museum and accompanied by a major catalogue, thisis the first full exhibition of Solien’s work developed over the past 10 years.
 
Exhibition Opening Events at Plains Art Museum
o
 
T. L. Solien: Toward the Setting Sun Opening Reception
- Sat 9/21, 7:30-10:30pm. Music by Amanda Standalone and the Pastry Shop Girls. Horsd’oeuvres and cash bar; $10 admission/ free for Museum members.
o
 
Exhibition Opening Day and Moby-Dick Marathon Read
– Sun 9/22, Noon-10pm. Join T. L. Solien and a roster of actors, writers, teachers, and students asthey read aloud an abridged version of Moby-Dick throughout the day.Refreshments and food available; free admission.
o
 
Meet the Artist
:
Open House
– 9/25, 7-9 pm. Visit the gallery and to take a tourof the Center for Creativity. In addition, the
Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists(FMVA) Studio Crawl Preview exhibition
takes place at the Plains that evening,so the two exhibits provide an exciting collective view of works by many regionalartists.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK
www.fmwfchamber.com/ypn www.ndyp.net
 
YPN: A Different Kind of Intelligence To Advance Your Career –
Tues 9/24, 11:30am-1pm, Courtyard by Marriott, Moorhead. Understanding others and being understoodby others has always been the foundation of personal and professional success. Thosewho move ahead quickly and with agility know this truth. Our ability to achieve whatwe want doesn't depend alone on our skill and competency. The ability to effectivelywork with, and through, others greatly depends on our degree of emotional quotient(EQ). Learn how to develop, exercise, and leverage your emotional intelligence for yourprofessional and personal advantage. Join Mike Meagher, President of Sagency, LLC andCertified Professional Emotional Quotient Analyst, in a relevant discussion on why EQ matters to you and how it can be applied in specific issues and situations you face inprofessional and personal life. $25 YPN Members, $35 General Admission
 
YPN Happy Hour –
Wed 9/25, 5:15 pm, JT Cigarro’s. Enjoy our YPN September HappyHour and check out he regions only oyster bar at JT Cigarro! Catch up with other youngprofessionals, enjoy a beverage and snack on some appetizers. This casual event is a

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