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Josh Duhamel Helps Bring Old Building Back to Life

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Famous actor Josh Duhamel makes a trip back to his roots here in North Dakota for a special event.

Duhamel is one of several business partners who worked to turn the old Sweetheart Bakery building into Sixteen03 Main Events.

This new event center will make it's first debut this evening with a soft opening.

Duhamel says he loves the atmosphere and the idea of repurposing an old warehouse.

Even though he's a successful Hollywood actor, he says North Dakota will always be his home and says he loves being a part of things like this.

"North Dakota's in my blood. You know, this is where I grew up and I don't understand how I couldn't do that, you know. A lot of my friends are still here, most of my family is still here. So it doesn't feel like I'm, you know, going out of my way at all to do it. I love it. I love coming back," says Josh Duhamel. Actor, Partner, Sixteen03 Main Events.

Duhamel also told our reporter Stephanie Scheurer that Fergie and their baby Axl are doing very well and he loves being a dad.

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