Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
Minnesotans are known for their voluntary spirit and Minnesota nonprofits benefit greatly from the voluntary bonhomie of its citizenry.
Maybe you heard about the following art exhibits when they first opened with big splashes and a great deal of publicity. But they were scheduled to be here for weeks or months, so plenty of time. And then other things came along, and they slowly disappeared from front of mind.
Get your kids involved in any of these art programs to encourage their creativity.
Here are five of the best indie theaters in Minnesota, the only place where one can catch the best of the past and the most creative of the new.
These books from Simon & Schuster will make the perfect gift for any mom this Mother’s Day.
Want to be an actor? Just get really good at sports. It worked for these guys. Check out the top 5 movie characters played by athletes.
This summer, several anticipated festivals pull the communities together and lend themselves to a world of outdoor fun. Check out these fun events and summer festivals.
Many factors are producing excellent artists in Minnesota. Here are four of the best up-and-coming visual artists in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
In many communities, the library is more than a place to check out books. It’s a place to do homework, visit with friends, or discover a love of reading.
Combine your love of dating with your love of art.
Learn more about Minnesota history through these five historic edifices.
Some opening day moments changed baseball forever, others are just really cool. Here are our top 5.
Read on for five of the best little metro-area shops where the avid aficionado can decorate his or her home with pennies to spare.
Obsessed with making movies? Read on to learn how to bring your vision to the big screen.
Enjoy theater productions throughout Minnesota this spring.
Minnesota playwright Jeffrey Hatcher is taking his one-man show about his childhood experience staging Hamlet on the road this month. “Jeffrey Hatcher’s Hamlet” will travel to seven Minnesota communities. Hatcher was 11 when he adapted, directed and performed in Shakespeare’s drama “Hamlet” for a fifth-grade English class in Steubenville, Ohio.
Women’s contributions to the progress of the human experience are recognized annually in the month of March. Here are the five best places in Minnesota to celebrate Women’s History Month this year.
William Kent Krueger shares an excerpt from his book “Ordinary Grace.” The book is a story of murder in a small Minnesota town in the summer of 1961.
Get your culture on this spring with some of the best museum exhibits in Minnesota.
If you haven’t yet taken in the Vivian Maier exhibit at the Minneapolis Photo Center, heads up—it’s still here for another week, through March 1, and it’s well worth a visit. Vivian Maier is a rather mysterious figure who worked as a nanny in the Chicago area for most of her adult life in order to earn money for her passion: photography. Outside of work hours, she shot tens of thousands of photos of life in Chicago (as well as the occasional journey outside of the Chicago area), capturing all manner of street life and sides of humanity.
Six superlative comedy shows are coming soon to Minnesota.
Whether you’re a graphic designer, a kitchen table scrapbooker or a paint-by-numbers type, you’ll find the products you need at these top Minnesota stores for artists.
The Winter Olympics in Sochi start Friday. Check out the top 5 Opening Ceremonies ever.
As the spring season stirs our urge to get out of doors and explore, here are the five best upcoming art festivals in Minnesota.
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.