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Best Ways To Celebrate National Star Wars Day In MinnesotaNational Star Wars Day is Wednesday May 4, 2016. Here are five ways you can join the force in Minnesota.
Mixed Blood To Host 40th Anniversary Gala At Paisley ParkA little under a month after the shocking death of Minnesota's Prince, a local theatre will celebrate its 40th anniversary at the place he called home.
MNfusion: 'Leap Of Faith' Actor Matt Tatone Talks Following Your HeartIt's a cliché. It's trite. It manifests itself in several other over-used phrases such as "things always happen for a reason," and "trust your gut." But, behind every trite cliché is a little bit of truth.
Best Vintage Clothing Stores In MinnesotaOld becomes new again when you shop at these local vintage clothing shops.
MNfusion: Local Playwrights, Actors Talk Women's Theater FestivalFollowing Women's History Month in March, St. Catherine University created the first-ever Women of Substance Festival. The inaugural theme: "Charting a Course: Women's Journeys."
Minnesota Opera To Premiere 'The Shining' In MayThe new opera is based on Stephen King's 1977 novel.
MNfusion: Mumford & Sons Receive Woolen Blanket From Faribault, XcelMinnesotans are a tough people, but even the hardiest of us all can sometimes need a little extra warmth. It makes sense then that one of Minnesota's oldest companies makes woolen blankets.
7 New Books For Spring Book Club PicksSpringtime is here, and so are many great books to read with your book club.
Day 12 @ MSPIFF 2016: 'Weiner' ReviewedJosh Kreigman and Elyse Steinberg’s film on the fall and rise and fall of former Congressman Anthony Weiner is not only perhaps the most compelling documentary you’ll find at this year’s MSPIFF.
Best Art Classes For Adults In MinnesotaDevelop your artistic ability with these five local art programs that stand out from the rest.
Day 10 @ MSPIFF 2016: 'Virgin Mountain' ReviewedA Mel Brooks line about Larry David, from an episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," popped into my head on a couple occasions while watching actor Gunnar Jónsson in the Icelandic film "Virgin Mountain": "There's something about this middle-aged bald guy that's thrilling!" Jónsson, who is losing his hair and morbidly obese, looks nothing like your average leading man -- but he is utterly captivating.
Wander Minnesota: Lars Lerin At The American Swedish InstituteThere's an amazing exhibit going on right now at the American Swedish Institute: The Watercolor Worlds of Lars Lerin. If you don't know who that is, well, this is your chance to learn—and it's an amazing opportunity.

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