Minn. Historical Board Votes Unanimously To Keep Civil War Paintings In CapitolThe battle over Civil War art at the Minnesota State Capitol is over -- and it appears Gov. Mark Dayton has lost this last round.
New Book Chronicle's Minneapolis' Music HistoryThere's a new book that documents 35 years of the Minneapolis music scene through vibrant up front and behind-the-scenes pictures.
Best Historical Tours In MinnesotaDon't keep Minnesota history a mystery!
Wander Minnesota: Celebrating The Solstice At The Jeffers PetroglyphsIf you haven't visited the Jeffers Petroglyphs near Comfrey, you really should. And this weekend, there are extra enticements to do so.
Best Free Attractions Near MinnesotaIt may not always be true that you get what you pay for. Sometimes the best things in life are free.
Judge OK's St. Paul-Minneapolis Archdiocese Building SaleA federal bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of a building owned by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Judge Robert Kressel on Thursday approved the sale of the Hayden Center to the Minnesota Historical Society for $4.5 million.
Best Ways To Spend New Year's Day In MinnesotaNew Year's Day offers an opportunity to get out and do new things without the hassle of crowds.
Wander Minnesota: MEA BreakIt seems like school just began, but it’s already almost time for MEA. The MEA break will be Oct. 15 and 16. Here are a few ideas for keeping your kids entertained during the long weekend.
5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About MinnesotaImpress your friends with these five little-known facts about Minnesota
5 Day Trips Near Minnesota To Do Before The Kids Go Back To SchoolFive sure-fire day trips in Minnesota that the kids will remember.
Historic Confederate Flag In Minnesota Also Once Caused DebateGov. Nikki Haley called for the confederate flag to be moved from its post in front of the state house. As it turns out, back in Minnesota a different confederate flag is displayed from time to time.
Wander Minnesota: Memorial Day Observances & CelebrationsSure, the weather has (finally) started to act like it's supposed to this time of year, but we all know summer really starts over Memorial Day weekend, when everyone begins flocking in earnest to lakes and northwoods.