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Relief print “The Sun’s Going to Shine in My Back Door Someday” by Eric A. Johnson.


If you didn’t get to meet Eric A. Johnson in Hillsboro, N.D. at work at Studio Crawl last weekend, you can check out his work over the next two months in the Spirit Room. The artist’s new show “Cut Away” is another of his colorful collections of recent reliefs his prints that he has meticulously planned. The opening of the show His reception will be held on Thursday, October 6th from 5pm to 7pm, with Mr. Johnson giving his gallery talk at 5:30pm. This event is free and open to the public.


Since leaving ‘Saturday Night Live’ almost 30 years ago, Rob Schneider has had a steady string of appearances, including appearances in the ‘Deuces Bigalow’ series, ‘Animals’ and ‘Hot Chick’, as well as appearing in nearly all of them. I’m busy with a movie. All Adam Sandler movies, the actor is back on the stand-up circuit with a show at the Fargo Theater on Thursday night, Oct. 6. of his often-imitated lines such as “You can do it” on “Waterboy” and “You put your weed in there” on “SNL.” This adult show starts at 7pm. Tickets are $35 to $60 for him, plus a fee.



Minneapolis rapper Prof.


The Fargo Brewing Company’s final outdoor show of the season will be a blast with Minneapolis rapper Plov returning to the stage on Friday, October 7th. Latest album, 2020’s “Powderhorn Suites”. Music kicks off at 6pm with Mac Turner, Trey Supreme and Willy Wonka as openers. Tickets for this ID-only show range from $20 to $45, with an additional charge.



Comedian Rob “Lesbian Reporter” Fairbanks.


The popularity of the television shows “Reservation Dogs” and “Rutherford Falls” and the ensemble the 1491s (many of whom appeared on the show) have put Native American humor in the spotlight. On Friday, October 7th, joke around when Ojibwe’s comedy troupe NDN Way performs at The Cellar at the Front Street Taproom. Trish Cook (Red Lake), John Roberts (Red Lake) and Rob “Les Reporter” Fairbanks (Leach Lake) bring laughter with their witty and wacky sets. Tickets for this ID-only show, hosted by Jan Syverson from 8pm, are $15 plus surcharge.

looney tunes saturday


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From left to right, Tyler Watrich, Matt Patnaud, Doug Neil, Sigurd Johnson, Kathy Keough, and Jeremy Brecke perform songs from the cartoon.

Kids today don’t realize how special Saturday mornings were when they were kids racing to the TV and watching classic cartoons. can do. That old thrill returns in some form this weekend when the Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra plays Looney Tunes on Saturday. Musicians not only present some of the most memorable music from these classic cartoons, but also Richard Wagner, such as Gioacchino Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville Overture” and “William Tell Overture.” It also introduces classic songs that characters like Bugs Bunny brought to young children. Join the kids on Saturday, October 8th at 10am at his FMCT Family Stage at the Hjemkomst Centre, or grab a signature cocktail and head out to Proof His Artisan Distillers for happy hour at 5pm. prize. Tickets are $10-$20 plus a fee.


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The Mini Pop Kids perform at the Fargo Theater on Sunday.


Music is often the common denominator between kids and parents, and the Mini Pop Kids Concert at the Fargo Theater on Sunday, October 9 is proof of that. From her K-tel in Winnipeg, this 10-to-14-year-old group sings family-friendly hits and old classics from Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa, BTS, Harry Styles, and Olivia Rodrigo. Get ready to dance and scream and feel old and young at the same time. Music starts at 4pm, and tickets are $25 to $50, plus an additional charge for this all-ages show.