From local style and shopping guide to DIY projects, the April issues have it all. Check out our list of magazines that are out this month and see which one sparks your interest.
Each magazine is available by stand distribution throughout the Fargo-Moorhead area and select locations around the state. You can read Fargo Monthly, Design and Living Magazine and Fargo INC! online or subscribe to Bison Illustrated to get the magazine delivered right to your door every month. Subscribe to Bison Illustrated here. For more information about Spotlight Media’s publications, visit spotlightmediafargo.com/magazines.
Browse through more than 120 items we found at local shops and boutiques and get some inspiration for refreshing your wardrobe or staying up-to-date with unique gadgets, trends and more. Look no further, because the Fargo-Moorhead shopping scene has got your back, just like your favorite jacket. Also in this issue: Magnolia’s Restaurant, Dynasty Performance TrainingSee Less.
Look up! The April Issue of Bison Illustrated is all about rising champions from NDSU’s stacked athletic programs. Get to know the next shining stars of Bison men’s and women’s track, men’s basketball, wrestling and soccer. In addition, “The Rise” issue includes moments from the Bison baseball victory at US Bank Stadium and revisits the first women’s basketball championship in 1991 through the eyes of former Bison Jill DeVries who is now head coach at Valley City State University.
While he admits the CEO thing is always a work in progress, there’s one thing Ryan Fritz is certain of: Good design is everything. An artist himself, Fritz has woven his passion for creativity into the fabric of Office Sign Company, and he says it’s a big reason for the brand’s success. This is what he’s learned in his decade of experience as a head of company. Also in this issue: a local couple turning a 100-year-old horse stable into the state’s first cidery, United Capital’s Paul Jarvis helps readers understand their “Money Mind,” a photo recap of Startup Weekend Fargo 2017, and a tour of Regus, a flexible workspace center in South Fargo.