Summer Fun Indoors: Surviving A Hot Spell In MinnesotaSome people love hot and humid weather. But for those who don't, it's miserable. Here are some family-friendly ways to beat the heat.
Minneapolis Children's Bookstore Voted Best In The CountryA whimsical book store in south Minneapolis has just been recognized as one of the best children's bookstore in the country.
Best Independent Bookstores In MinnesotaCelebrate National Read Across America Day on March 2, 2016 by visiting a local independent bookstore.
Best Shopping In Minnesota's Linden HillsSupport local businesses in the community of Linden Hills.
Obama Picks Minn. Authors On Small Business Saturday President Obama was on a mission Saturday. After just 20 minutes, the first family left a privately-owned Washington D.C. bookstore with a stash of nearly two dozen books. Among them, three were penned by Minnesota authors: Kate DiCamillo’s “Floyd and Ulysses,” Cheryl Strayed’s “Wild” and “Heart of a Samurai” by Margi Preus. Preus, who lives in Duluth, was at a remote cabin in northern Minnesota over the weekend. She found about the famous purchase in a text message from her son. “I completely missed it!” Preus said via Skype. “It just said ‘Obama bought your book,’ and I was like ‘What?!’”
Best Summer Reading Events For Kids In MinnesotaSchool’s out, but don’t let your child’s reading skills fall behind just because it’s summer. Attending one of the many reading events in the Minnesota area will maintain their love of reading and keep their minds sharp.
Most Community-Centered Bookstores In MinnesotaSupport neighborhood small businesses in Minnesota and show your appreciation for literature at the same time.
Best Specialty Bookstores In MinnesotaSix metro-area specialty bookstores reveal the diversity and richness of culture in Minnesota.
Best Independent Bookstores In Minneapolis-St. PaulWho goes to bookstores anymore? More to the point, who even reads actual books anymore? OK, let's set aside the obligatory hand-wringing over the devaluation of the printed word and the notion that physical publishing, as a business model, is rapidly approaching the realm of sheer vanity.