From weekend getaways to an exclusive look at the newly hired dean of the NDSU College of Business, the June magazines 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.
This is the time that many outdoor-lovers, adventurers and families of all sorts look forward to when it comes to trips, so we worked with the tourism departments of each state to come up with a handful of great weekend getaways in North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota so that you can take full advantage of a Midwest summer (or all seasons, in some cases). Also in this issue: fairs and festivals, Taco Bros. food truck, An Open Letter to the Coen Brothers.
Across the country, people are making big lifestyle changes by joining the tiny house movement. We’ll introduce you to tiny homeowners right here in the FM and surrounding areas who built their homes in less than 700 square ft. See inside these efficient designs and find out why going tiny was right for these innovative individuals.
When Scott Beaulier started last June as the dean of the NDSU College of Business, he was more than just a new hire. He represented a changing of the guard—a fresh, young face to oversee the school’s move into a new era of business education. We check in with him this month for a one-year recap of his time at the helm. Also in this issue: A day in the life of motivational speaker Mark J. Lindquist, why Carrie Leopold founded Fargo-Moorhead’s most popular maker space for kids and a look at a Fargo duo hoping to disrupt the health-drink industry with a little-known berry.
Our third annual “Where Are They Now?” issue of Bison Illustrated updates Bison Nation on one of the most important faces of NDSU Athletics from the late-1980s through the mid-1990s. Rocky Hager spent a memorable decade as head coach for the Bison football team. We talk to the North Dakota native at his new home – The College of New Jersey. Many more former Bison athletes are featured throughout the magazine. Kick up old memories with Bison of the past in this issue of Bison Illustrated.