In 2015, the Minot Street Art Movement began painting the town, literally. Have you seen it? Their work to promote urban vitality and access to public art was a success with more murals coming to downtown and around the city in the coming months. Currently,...

What do snowboarding and brewing have in common? Very little actually, and yet Aaron Thompson has managed to master both skills. Growing up near the Turtle Mountains in Bottineau provided him with many opportunities to master a winter sport. Thompson originally grew up skiing and...

Leif Erikson is a famous Norse explorer born in the year c. 970. He was likely born in Iceland and was a Viking as well as a traveler. Around the year 1000, Erikson and his team explored the northeast coast of present-day Canada. This voyage...

Minot has a spot that’s perfect for those who want more than just a bar. The Spot is one of Minot’s best new-additions as it is the only pool hall in town. There is just no way to be board here. Cue the list: Besides...

In 1906, Minot was just 23 years old. After the creation of the Great Northern Railroad, the Magic City had sprouted up seemingly overnight and became a thriving city. Living in the boomtown was Addie Carr and her husband Dr. Andrew Carr Sr.--who was one...