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Our Favorite Photos: November 2019

Nick Horob - Founder of Harvest Profit

This shot of Nick Horob was taken by Hillary Ehlen for the cover of our Fargo Inc Magazine this month. She used studio lighting combined with colored gels to create a shadow on the subject and give the background the orange tint.  She also used cover overlays in post-production to add the finishing the touches. 

Photo by: Gary Ussery

Belonging Isn't A Destination - Fargo Monthly

Photo by: Hillary Ehlen

The Bison Study - Bison Illustrated
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November 2019 Magazines

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Every startup has a story. Every entrepreneur has faced sleepless nights and tough decisions. While every startup is different they all share a lot of similarities. We followed Nick Horob’s year-long journey with his startup, Harvest Profits, to see how a year can shape a business and a person.

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Whether you are filling an empty wall, setting the mood or hoping for a conversation starter, no home is complete without some unique works. This month, we’re introducing you to some notable local artists who are beautifying our region. Meet abstract painter Ryan Fritz, collage artist Amber Fletschock, photographers Meghan Duda and Meg Spielman Peldo, custom furniture maker David Collins and also tour through Ecce Gallery’s last show with Sara Woster and Georgia Mrazkova. Peruse through incredible works on these pages and get ready to be inspired to add to your own home gallery.

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What is better than beer and food? In this issue, we pair the two together (literally). We teamed up with local breweries and local restaurants to pair Fargo-Moorhead-born beers with hand-crafted Red River Valley dishes. Sophisticated palates are certainly not required as we span the entire city searching for the perfect beer and food pairings. Here is what we found.

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Whether you are a Bison fan or not, very few recognize the details that go into the North Dakota State athletic competitions we enjoy watching. One of those details is science and the various branches of that vague term. From a sheer scientific perspective, there are a host of physical and mental ingredients that need to occur over the course of a play, game or sequence to achieve athletic success. What are these ingredients? And how do they create a recipe for success at North Dakota State? We take a deep dive inside the world of sports science to answer those questions.