Exercise is proven to have both physical and mental health benefits. Sian Beilock, author of “How The Body Knows Its Mind” from sister company Simon And Schuster shares five surprising mental benefits of exercise.
Celebrate civil rights in modern-day Minnesota.
Spring is a great time to rejuvenate your home and your life. So get out and enjoy these five great Minnesota spring arts events.
These five museums are notable in that their stores provide a focal point of products unlike any other site in Minnesota.
Get your tickets early for these future sell-outs!
Ring in the holidays with fun, décor and gifts at these festive markets.
Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
Be a do-gooder and make someone’s holiday brighter this year.
No matter the weather, one place in Minnesota has furnaces holding steady at 2,300 degrees. Foci uses the intense heat to help people learn and practice glass arts. Eric Dahlberg is the studio manager. “It is a bit of a lost art,” he said. “There aren’t a lot of places that you can do this.”
Check out a play, ballet or concert with a holiday theme to be entertained and feel the Christmas joy being spread throughout the state.
If you take a stroll along Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, there’s a feeling of Christmas in the air. The Minneapolis Holiday Market in Peavey Plaza has more than 30 huts, with local and international vendors selling everything from candles to candies, as well as brats and beer.
Winter Skate at Rice Park in St. Paul is officially open for business. The European Christmas Market starts Friday at 2 p.m.
While winters may be harsh in Minnesota, the creative flow never freezes. This year, some great events will be taking place throughout the winter to celebrate the artistic talent in Minnesota and feed the desire of the locals to enjoy and appreciate art.
Minnesota is holding several fun and active events over the Thanksgiving holiday, take your pick and enjoy yourself.
Minnesota’s capital city will be opening its own Christmas market this holiday season. The European Christmas Market will open in St. Paul beginning Friday Nov. 28.
Entertainment can come in all forms to Minnesotans. While some enjoy listening to music or watching movies at home, others long to head out to a venue for live entertainment. Classical music connoisseurs often find that performances are enhanced by the venue they take place in. Minnesota is home to some of the best venues for classical performance, theaters with high ceilings, finely tuned sound systems and the talent to fill the stage. Enjoy any of these classical music performances over the next few months.
Fall has officially arrived and the chilly weather just makes us want to curl up by the crackling fire with a great book. So put the hot chocolate on the stove and cut yourself a slice a pie because our sister company Simon & Schuster is at it again with these riveting true stories to help pass the long autumn evenings.
Get tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, author of Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life from sister company Simon & Schuster.
Honor a veteran this November with body or mind. Run for fun or discuss a documentary.
Books form the basis of countless Hollywood films and you’ll have no shortage of big screen adaptations to choose from during this year’s Oscar season and throughout 2015.
Spend an evening at one of these upcoming shows.
Minnesota college students have talent. See for yourself with these productions.
A chill is in the air, and autumn is the perfect time to curl up with good book – and then discuss it with your book club, of course.
There is no comparison to the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres experience.
Looking for something spooky this Halloween? Check out the five creepiest historical sites in the midwest.
A big Broadway show has rolled into town. The set of “Wicked” was unloaded into the Orpheum Theatre Tuesday morning. The show opens Wednesday and runs for six weeks, through Oct. 27.