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Take A Peek At Our October Magazines

Take A Peek At Our October Magazines

The new magazines have it all! Read about the latest in Fargo’s handmade talent, Bison tailgating, the People’s Choice Awards and Fargo-Moorhead veterans in our October 2017 issues. If you haven’t already, check out our list of magazines and see which one sparks your interest.

You can read past issues of our magazines at issuu.com/fmspotlight!

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 and 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.

Fargo Monthly October 2017

Fargo Monthly

There’s satisfaction that comes with buying local and supporting the work of Fargo-Moorhead’s artisans, creators, makers and handmade masters of all sorts. From pillows and beer to furniture and soap, Fargo Monthly is here to help you discover this city’s handmade talent this month.

Design and Living October 2017

Design & Living Magazine

Inside these pages, we reveal the winners of the 2017 People’s Choice Awards. Each year, our brilliant readers nominate who they consider to be the best of the best in the local home industry, then vote for their choice of the top three nominees in each category. Thank you to those who participated, and congratulations to all the winners and nominees!

Fargo INC! October 2017

What do these seven veterans have in common? They all run successful businesses in the FM area. A motivational speaker, an outdoors TV show creator, a marketing expert, a promotional company president, a general contractor, an insurance agent, and a runway fashion show founder give their thoughts on entrepreneurship and the role their military experience played in their post-service path.

Bison Illustrated October 2017

Bison Illustrated

Bison Athletics has built a great reputation across the country with success on the field and in the classroom. Its fans have been shaping their own reputation, too. Bison Nation has amplified their brand for having a good time with the enthusiasm they bring in the tailgating lot home and away. Scores of fans travel around the country following the Bison. These supporters also bring opposing fans back with them to Fargo to experience the joys in the West Lot of the Fargodome. October’s Bison Illustrated highlights several of the elements that make NDSU Tailgating a bucket list item for any college football fan.

Behind The Scenes Of Fargo INC!’s Cover Story With CoSchedule

Behind The Scenes Of Fargo INC!’s Cover Story With CoSchedule

Photos special to Spotlight Media

In 2013, on a plane between Atlanta and North Dakota, Garrett Moon and Justin Walsh hatched an idea—create a calendar that organizes company’s content-marketing process. Today, as one of the most popular content-marketing calendars in the world, CoSchedule‘s reach and influence continues to grow—they have more than 8,000 customers in more than 100 countries—and they’ve done it all from right here in North Dakota.

CoSchedule Fargo INC

For this month’s cover story, Fargo INC!’s team toured CoSchedule’s brand-new, 14,000-square-foot office in Downtown Fargo and sat down with Moon and Walsh to talk about the company’s journey from “startup” to “growth.” Get a behind the scenes look at what all went into putting this month’s cover story together.

BEHIND THE SCENES

 
 
Pick Up A Copy Of The September Magazines Today

Pick Up A Copy Of The September Magazines Today

From historic home tours to an inside look at CoSchedule’s new downtown office, the September magazines have it all. If you haven’t already, check out our list of magazines 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 and 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.

Downtown Fargo

Fargo Monthly

Whether you’re an empty-nester looking to downsize, a family of five, a young professional or a college student, downtown is for anyone and everyone. With the help of a dedicated group of downtown diehards and business owners, we took a look at how it’s possible to live your life in Downtown Fargo without ever really needing to leave.

Historic Houses Fargo

Design & Living Magazine

See how the current owners of five historic homes in Fargo are giving their old houses new life. Also in this issue, you can view two new collections from a local artist and get tips on how to decorate a historic space.

CoSchedule Fargo INC

A few years ago, they were a small, Bismarck, North Dakota-web company frustrated with the content-marketing process. Today, they can call themselves the No. 1 marketing calendar in the world. Through the thought leadership of cofounders Garrett Moon and Justin Walsh, CoSchedule’s reach and influence only continues to grow—they have more than 8,000 customers in more than 100 countries—and they’ve done it all from right here in North Dakota.

Bison Illustrated Bison Football

Bison Illustrated

Football season is back! Code Green, led by seniors Nick DeLuca, Nate Tanguay and Tre Dempsey, will push the Bison forward as they look to emerge from the chaos of last season and march their way back to Frisco.

Our August Magazines Are Here!

Our August Magazines Are Here!

From historic tales of Fargo-Moorhead’s past to an insider’s peek at what’s next for Carson Wentz, the August 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.

Fargo Monthly The Yesteryears

Fargo Monthly

We dug our heads into the archives and consulted historians, experts and veteran locals to excavate tales from Fargo-Moorhead’s past. Also in this issue: Piper Kerman Q&A, onyx + pearl inside look, alcohol + cheese pairings with Luna Fargo.

Design and Living Outdoor issue

Design & Living Magazine

This month, you can spend your leisure time soaking up luxurious views of these outdoor paradises. Then enjoy original content from some of your favorite contributors, including Katie Sullivan, Maria Bosak and Trever Hill.

Fargo INC Scheels

Fargo INC!

If you’re one of SCHEELS’ more than 6,000 employees, you’re not likely to forget the sporting-goods giant’s core values—they all begin with the letter “p,” after all. Straight from the mouth of team members, learn more about “The SCHEELS Way” and the role the company’s values play in its 115-year run of success.

Bison Illustrated Carson Wentz

ESPN senior correspondent Sal Paolantonio tells us what’s next for Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles. Wentz has become the poster child for not only Bison football and North Dakota State, he has evolved into the face of North Dakota. The Bismarck native returned to his home state this summer to launch some pretty exciting stuff. We were there to capture it all.

Take A Peek At Our July Magazines

Take A Peek At Our July Magazines

While you relax at the lake this month, kick back with our newest issues! 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.

Fargo Monthly July 2017

Fargo Monthly

Welcome to our first ever pet-themed issue! We took readers’ frequently asked questions to various animal experts in Fargo-Moorhead so that residents can be the best parents for their fur-ever friends and also help area animals in need. Also in this issue: Woodrow Apartments walk-through with Kilbourne Group, TEDxFargo event preview.

Design and Living Magazine July 2017

Design & Living Magazine

Summer is at its peak, so go ahead and sit on the beach with your toes in the sand, crack open a copy of our latest issue and take a vacation with us as we road trip through the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Then, on our way back to Fargo, we’ll introduce you to local artist Pam Killerlain and visit with Maria Bosak about her latest farmhouse project.

Fargo INC! July 2017

It’s the question no one can seem to answer definitively: Why aren’t more girls going into high-tech fields? We assembled a panel of five FM-area women working in tech to try and figure out why. Also in this issue: A tour of the YWCA Emergency Shelter, the evolution of Drone Focus Conference and some considerations before opening a satellite office.

Bison Illustrated July 2017

Bison Illustrated

We have the answers to all the biggest fan questions in the July issue of Bison Illustrated. Director of Athletics Matt Larsen acknowledges Bison Nation as one of the more knowledgeable fan bases in the country, and he does his best to address some of the most pressing issues at North Dakota State.

Take A Peek At Spotlight Media’s June Magazines

Take A Peek At Spotlight Media’s June Magazines

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.

Weekend Getaways Fargo Monthly

Fargo Monthly

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.

Tiny House Design and Living Magazine

Design & Living Magazine

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.

Scott Beaulier

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.

Rocky Hager Bison Illustrated

Bison Illustrated

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.

Take A Peek At Spotlight Media’s May Magazines

Take A Peek At Spotlight Media’s May Magazines

From the reveal of the Favor Award winners to a 30,000-feet view of drones in North Dakota, the May 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.

Fargo Monthly May 2017

Fargo Monthly’s Flavor Awards 2017: We had the people of Fargo-Moorhead nominate and vote for their favorite local dishes, drinks and establishments over the course of the last few months to find the best of the best in the local dining scene. And now, after an overwhelming number of responses and support, we’re showcasing what came out on top in our second annual Flavor Awards.

Design and living may 2017

Design & Living Magazine

Grow your style with our 2017 Spring into Summer Shopping Guide! Blooming with locally sourced finds, this guide is sure to freshen up your home, inside and out!

Fargo INC May 2017

Fargo INC!

Are drones and automated systems the next two big industries in North Dakota? A number of business and political leaders think so. In this wide-ranging cover story, we cover everything from drone racing to precision agriculture to self-driving cars. We also preview the upcoming Drone Focus Conference 2017, and U.S. Sen. John Hoeven even makes an appearance. Also in this issue: A TEDxFargo speaker preview, the opening of Kilbourne Group’s Roberts Garage and why North Dakota is the No. 1 state for Millennials.

Bison Illustrated May 2017

Bison Illustrated

We dip into the NFL for the May edition of Bison Illustrated and caught up with several former Bison. Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Kyle Emanuel maps out his path into the League while associate head coach for the Baltimore Ravens Jerry Rosburg lists his long journey to the Super Bowl. Jon Gruden also drops by Fargo during his offseason tour. Checkout what he said about NDSU.

Introducing Spotlight Media’s New Interns

Introducing Spotlight Media’s New Interns

Portraits by Paul Flessland

Spotlight Media is constantly growing and changing. As we’re sad to see team members leave, we’re always excited to announce our newest hires. Since all our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each member offers unique skills that help the Spotlight Media team become even stronger and more well-rounded. Meet Fargo INC! Editorial Intern Kara Jeffers and Project Administrative Intern Kelsey Wolters, and learn what makes them a perfect fit for our company.

Kelsey Wolters | Project Administrative Intern

Kelsey Wolters is from Burtrum, Minnesota, a village of roughly 100 people about 15 minutes outside of Long Prairie, Minnesota. She’s currently enrolled at Minnesota State University of Moorhead, where she’s scheduled to graduate December 2017 with a major in advertising and a double minor in mass communications and media analysis. Going on four years this August, Wolters is also a manager at the Moorhead Country Club.

Kelsey Wolters

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I love going to my parents house, since they live on a lake, and playing with our chocolate lab named Bogey—yes, we are a golfing family. I started golfing when I was six years old, but even though I only go a handful of times a year, it’s one of my favorite things to do.

“Two of the reasons I enjoy winter is because of snowmobiling and hockey season. I grew up in a hockey loving family, so yelling at the TV during games is a common thing. My family also goes on a yearly snowmobile trip around Voyageurs National Park.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“I can quote a majority of Walt Disney movies, but the Lion King I have memorized like the back of my hand. It was always my favorite movie growing up. If you don’t believe me, wait until you hear me talk about my dog, Mufasa. Best part, he’s a Yorkie, so he is only a small dog with a big dog name.”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“My mom works at the printing press in Long Prairie, Minnesota, that handles a few Spotlight magazine accounts. When I realized I wanted to get more into sports/advertising a couple years ago, she brought home the Bison Illustrated magazine for me to look at and I started looking into the magazines and following them ever since.”

What are you looking forward to the most?
“I have always been curious as to how the company works, so understanding and learning the complete process from brainstorming to sending the magazines to print is something I am ready to learn.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“I would have to say it would probably be with a photographer or designer. I was a photography major for two years at MSUM before I switched over to advertising. I have always enjoyed the art and the creative process.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see casted as you? Why?
“Zooey Deschanel because I went through a phase where I had dark hair and straight bangs. But mostly, it would be because in “New Girl,” she’s slightly awkward and always joking around or laughing. If you were to ask my friends, they could tell you a few dozen awkward stories of me, along with the fact I can never be serious for more than a few seconds.”

Kara Jeffers | Fargo INC! Editorial Intern

Kara Jeffers is from Garrison, North Dakota, a small town north of Bismarck, North Dakota, on Lake Sakakawea. She’s expected to graduate from North Dakota State University in May with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in theatre arts. In addition to working at Spotlight Media, Jeffers also works at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitor’s Center, where she’s one of the first people (and, at times, only person) visitors meet when they arrive to North Dakota—talk about pressure.

Kara Jeffers

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I enjoy theatre, specifically directing. I read a lot, both books and plays. During the summer, I ride my bike and try to do at least 10 miles every day. I play piano and the ukulele. I’m constantly planning road trips I want to take.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“I like to do things that scare me. For example, I’m scared of heights but try to put myself into situations to help me conquer that fear, like skydiving, parasailing, climbing towers or walls, going on to roofs of buildings and so on.”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“While working at the F-M Visitor’s Center, we get all of (Spotlight Media’s) publications delivered to us to hand out to visitors. I would always read them when they came in. As the semester was nearing an end, and I was looking for a journalism-related internship, I remembered how fun and creative the magazines were and decided to look up job opportunities at Spotlight.”

What are you looking forward to the most?
“I’m looking forward to creating connections with my coworkers and people in the Fargo-Moorhead area. I’m excited to meet and get to know people within the business community.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“I would want to switch with Sarah Geiger, the lead designer. I’ve always been interested in design, even though it’s been several years since I’ve pursued it, and I think the switch would also remind me how much work the designers do that doesn’t always get recognized.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see casted as you? Why?
“Oh gosh, I expected this question to be difficult. It’s actually super easy. Mae Whitman, for three reasons: 1. I’ve loved every character I’ve seen her portray. 2. “Parenthood” is my favorite. 3. She has just as many, if not more, ear piercings as I do.”

Take A Peek At Spotlight Media’s April Magazines

Take A Peek At Spotlight Media’s April Magazines

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.

Fargo Monthly Style Shopping April 2017

Fargo Monthly

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.

Bison Illustrated The Rise April

Bison Illustrated

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.

Fargo INC Ryan Fritz April 2017

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.

Design and Living DIY April 2017

Design & Living Magazine

If you dream of making someone else’s trash your repurposed treasure or spend your days pining over Pinterest, this issue is for you. We’ve gathered a collection of local DIY experts to share the tricks of their trade that might even inspire you to start a project of your very own.

Spotlight Media’s Favorite Designs, Photos And Quotes From The March Magazines

Spotlight Media’s Favorite Designs, Photos And Quotes From The March Magazines

Each month, Spotlight Media’s magazines feature stunning photography, eye-catching designs and quality journalism. As a way to bring recognition to each editor and others who contributed their time and skill to the magazines, we looked back at our favorite quotes, designs, photos, stories and more from each magazine. Here’s Spotlight Media’s March picks for Fargo INC!, Fargo Monthly, Bison Illustrated and Design & Living Magazine.

 

Fargo INC!

FARGO INC! & UNITED WAY OF CASS-CLAY PRESENT 35 UNDER 35: A WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Fargo INC March 2017

In a new collaboration between Fargo INC! and United Way of Cass-Clay, Fargo INC!’s March issue features the 2017 class of the the 35 Under 35 women’s leadership program. Fargo INC!’s editor, Nate Mickelberg, collected inspirational quotes from women all over Fargo-Moorhead’s business community. Here are just three of many to choose from. Read Fargo INC!’s latest issue and more at spotlightmediafargo.com/fargo-inc-magazine.

Rachel Stone fargo

“We can be both happy and satisfied by taking the focus off of ourselves and placing it on giving and investing in the lives of others.”

– Rachel Stone, founder of P’s & Q’s Etiquette

Kelly Krenzel fargo

“Be open to learning and speaking up because the best experiences can come from your ability to be vulnerable and unapologetically yourself.”

– Kelly Krenzel, founder of Hope Blooms

Sandi Piatz fargo

“In the workplace, I think that we as women should prioritize to collaborate and cooperate versus compete with other women.”

– Sandi Piatz, director & site leader of Microsoft’s Fargo campus

 

 

Fargo Monthly

SHEER ART ATTACK

Fargo Monthly March 2017

Fargo Monthly talked to a handful of visual artists and those deeply involved with local organizations and galleries to highlight their unique roles in the growing art scene, and to find out why the arts are so important for our community. To compliment the beauty of local artwork, Graphic Designer Sarah Geiger created exquisite typography and a bold layout and Photographer Paul Flessland captured artists’ unique and creative personality. Together they made the magazine visually a piece of art in itself. Here are just a few of our favorite designs from Fargo Monthly’s March issue. Read Fargo Monthly’s latest issue and more at spotlightmediafargo.com/fargo-monthly.

Fargo Monthly March 2017

Fargo Monthly March 2017

Fargo Monthly March 2017

Fargo Monthly March 2017

Fargo Monthly March 2017

 

 

Bison Illustrated

THE NDSU TRACK & FIELD LEGACY

Bison Illustrated March Issue

Bison Illustrated’s editor, Joe Kerlin dives into interviews with some of NDSU’s legacy track and field athletes about their journeys to the top in the magazine’s March issue. We selected just four of many remarkable quotes from record-breaking Bison athletes. Read Bison Illustrated’s latest issue and more at spotlightmediafargo.com/bison-illustrated.

Landon Jochim sprinter NDSU

“I wanted to be one of the best to ever run here. I think this year, so far, it’s been going in the right direction. But I don’t think it will be satisfying until I make it to at least the West Preliminaries and the ultimate goal is to make it to Nationals.”

– Landon Jochim, junior sprinter for NDSU’s track and field team

Alex Renner and Katelyn Weimerskirch
Alex Renner and Katelyn Weimerskirch, Bison throwers 

“There are so many things that I’ve learned that I will use forever. Things like discipline, being able to work hard and never giving up. You really develop that more in college and throughout your five years. I couldn’t imagine just being here four. I’ve had all these experiences in five years. They’re things I’ll cherish forever and will bring me through the rest of my life.”

– Katelyn Weimerskirch, senior thrower for NDSU’s track and field team

“I look at (rankings) a little bit. More than anything, it’s to see where you’re at, but it’s not like you dwell on it. I try not to throw a certain mark because then you start pressing and you should just go out and throw. There’s a point where you look at them too much and you obsess with them and you can’t focus on what you’re supposed to do. You have to focus on the little things and do the little things right.”

– Alex Renner, senior thrower for NDSU’s track and field team

Morgan Milbrath NDSU sprinter

“It’s a lot of juggling, but they are things I’m very passionate about. All the organizations I’m in, they’re great. It’s very collaborative work. I try to focus on school first. Athletics does take priority over my clubs, but my clubs are right up there because they are something I’m so passionate about. There’s a lot less of a social aspect going on in my life, but I get it in my clubs so I don’t really need it in other areas.”

– Morgan Milbrath, senior sprinter for NDSU’s track and field team

 

 

Design & Living Magazine

LOVE THY NEIGHBOR(HOOD)

Design and Living Magazine March 2017
New neighborhoods are popping up all over the Fargo-Moorhead area with exciting looks inspired by big-city high-rises, San Francisco architecture and even urban farm-life. Design & Living Magazine takes readers on a virtual tour of homes in neighborhoods all around the Fargo-Moorhead area using striking photography by Photographer Paul Flessland. Here are a handful of Flessland’s photo storytelling examples that lead readers through houses and businesses in a variety of Fargo-Moorhead’s neighborhoods. Read Design & Living Magazine’s latest issue and more at spotlightmediafargo.com/design-and-living.

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017

Design and Living Magazine March 2017