Grab some lucky shoes and follow the yellowbrick road — a new production of “The Wizard of Oz” opens this week at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
It started out as a distraction — a way for Amy Thielen to put off writing the multitude of papers waiting for her and instead, immerse herself in the flavors she adored to cook for the friends she loved. It’s almost funny then, that she finally gave into her cooking when she had the fewest distractions possible.
When you think State Fair, you probably think farm animals. But if you find your way up to the Pet Center, dogs are the stars of the show.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Alice Cooper is performing again Monday night at the State Theater in Minneapolis. Before the concert, Cooper attended a Minneapolis exhibit of album cover art, including his own records.
With the summer months almost upon us, classic car shows will be scheduled all over the state. And this weekend in Excelsior, 100 vehicles will take center stage with the 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance.
Didn’t get a chance to see his super intimate performance at the Dakota Jazz Club this year? No worries. You have another chance.
For only three performances, “Monty Python’s Spamalot” will come to the home of Spam Town USA.
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In a surprise last-minute announcement by the Hennepin Theatre Trust, comedian Dave Chappelle will perform at the State Theatre Thursday night.
Professional fireworks are expensive and some communities have turned to private funding. The mayor of Rochester has found that getting lots of businesses involved is the way to get more bucks for the city’s big bang.
George Jones needs more time to recover from a recent upper respiratory infection.
Get your cowboy boots ready! Bonnie Raitt and Rascal Flatts have just been confirmed to perform at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, as part of the Grandstand Concert Series.
If you need a break from winter, head over to the Minneapolis Convention Center and think spring.
There’s something charming about things that represent the past. And that warm and fuzzy feeling is what makes antiques so popular.
The Minnesota Fringe Festival opens Thursday for an 11-day run in Minneapolis and St. Paul.