For art lovers, it’s the biggest weekend of the year, and for artists like Cindy Krotz, it’s a chance to get some notoriety.
The City of Minneapolis is in the middle of hosting its 39th annual Pride Festival, and this year’s it’s of special significance because of the gay marriage law that passed in New York Friday.
Several streets will be closed on Sunday to make way for the Ashely Rukes GLBT Pride Parade and Twin Cities Pride 5K, according to the City of Minneapolis.
Dust off that can of bug spray and shake out those lawn blankets. If you’re into watching movies, why not take it outside? Here is a list of some of the best places to see a movie under the stars. My experiences at each of these places are all unique, however, all will add to your fun of getting out of the house. Here are several of the best, in no particular order.
Imagine not having nice clothes to wear to your job or job interview. There are hundreds of people in the Twin Cities willing and able to work, but simply don’t have the nice clothing they need for a job interview.
Should an anti-gay activist be allowed to attend this weekend’s Pride Festival at Loring Park? That matter is before a federal judge today.
To the inventor of MSP Magazine’s Restaurant Week, may I just say … You are a genius. And I love you.