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Check this out if you think there is nothing to do this holiday season in Minnesota.
Last-minute gifts can get you by when you’re strapped for time. However, the lack of consideration often results in a mediocre gift. Instead of giving the usual, think outside of the box with gifts from these Minnesota spots.
You’ve slept off the turkey, you’re not interested in battling crowds on Black Friday, but you have free time and possibly family and friends to entertain. What is there to do this weekend? Plenty. Here is just a sampling of events taking place around the state in the days after Thanksgiving.
St. Louis has an arch while San Francisco has its iconic Golden Gate. But for generations of Minnesotans, it was a colored ball perched atop a downtown Minneapolis bank that many remember.
Make the holidays special with these family-focused events around Minnesota.
Direct your attention to these one-person shows coming to Minnesota this fall.
Here are five ways to celebrate independence and to imbue yourself in the culture of Mexico in Minnesota.
Indoors and outdoors, Minnesota offers some of the best exhibits year-round.
After the Fourth of July, a reader asked me to come up with a list of places she could take her elderly father-in-law, a WWII veteran, over the summer that would give him the opportunity to pay respects to veterans of any war.
The 150th anniversary of the battle at Gettysburg is giving Minnesota leaders reason to reflect on their state’s role in the Civil War. Gov. Mark Dayton, Secretary of State Mark Ritchie and state Rep. Dean Urdahl were among those planning Tuesday to commemorate the key battle.
Get your fill of dance this summer with performances throughout the Twin Cities.
March is Women’s History Month. Local institutions offer ways to learn and reflect on the role of women throughout history or to actively change the norms of society. Here are a few of the best ways to celebrate the role of women in Minnesota.
Five noteworthy events celebrate African Americans’ contributions to the history and culture of Minnesota.
We observe President’s Day on the third Monday of February, but we can get in touch with our leaders in many ways on many different days.
Make Jan. 21, 2013 a day to remember.