A little more than a year after shutting its doors, the popular West Bank music club, the 400 Bar, is set to reemerge as a multiple-use music complex at the Mall of America.
An annual holiday tradition that’s a favorite of mine is a visit to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum for the Making Spirits Bright exhibit and related events.
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory has a new exhibit open, featuring Japanese style bonsai trees. And work is underway to create a new outdoor space for the zoo’s seven gorillas.
Before cell phones, twitter and email, people actually wrote letters — and hundreds of them are part of a new exhibit at the Minnesota History Center.
The Minnesota Historical Society is marking the 150th anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 with a new exhibit and other programs.
Five years of hard work has finally brought pirates to the Science Museum of Minnesota.
What connection is there between Minnesota and Diana, Princess of Wales? Until recently, not a lot—I think she changed planes here once. Not much of a royal claim to fame.
As Mall of America is set to open “Diana: A Celebration,” there is one group of ladies more excited to see the exhibit than perhaps anyone else.
Now, at the Science Museum of Minnesota, you’ll soon be able to get a glimpse of what it was like to be a real pirate.
The Minnesota Zoo opens a new exhibit Friday featuring endangered Asian wild dogs.
A new traveling exhibit debuting Friday at the Minnesota History Center looks back on the tumultuous year of 1968.
The organizers behind a new exhibit on tribal treaties in Minnesota are hoping to spark new discussions about treaty rights.
Art comes in many forms, as you know. And pottery seems to be making comeback in popularity.
Origami has been around for millenia, but learning how to fold a perfect paper swan hasn’t exactly consumed the masses. The current show at Pink Hobo Gallery in Northeast Minneapolis proves that in this technological age, people still enjoy paper playthings.
The story of the Great Lakes might be better if it didn’t include a chapter on invasive species — critters such as sea lampreys, quagga mussels and gobies that are creating economic and ecological harm across the region.