Happy Hour At Chino LatinoWhen pondering a list of famous classic cocktails, it’s safe to say that something called Donkey Punch won’t make the list.
Spotlight On: Landmark CenterLandmark Center in downtown St. Paul has been the center of attention since it was built in 1902.
Best Small Exhibits In Unexpected Places In The Twin CitiesIt's kind of impossible to go anywhere in the cities without bumping into art or a museum display of some sort.
Listen Up: Best Local Minnesota Arts PodcastsEven when there isn't time to visit a museum in person, it's easy to get a virtual glimpse and any number of exhibitions.
Restaurant Review: Twin City GrillThere’s a haven within the massive shopping establishment that is the Mall of America. Located on the first floor, just off the unnaturally bright main hallway, the dark wood walls and low lighting of the Twin City Grill can’t help but be a kind of beacon for those who need to take a load off before continuing on in the grand circuit of stores.
A Look At St. Paul Skyway ArtIt would be an exaggeration to say that St. Paul’s skyway is like a real life M.C. Escher image, but some pedestrians just may think of this artist’s particularly mind-bending architectural images when walking down a hallway that just ends; St. Paul skyway explorers will inevitably find themselves being forced to retrace their steps back to the main tributary to try other paths.
Restaurant Review: Pracna On MainPracna on Main has the bragging rights of being the oldest restaurant in Minneapolis.
Exploring Western Sculpture Park In St. PaulJust west of downtown, within view of the Capital, the St. Paul Cathedral, and even the Minnesota History Center, lies an often overlooked sculpture garden full of larger than life structures.
Review: Happy Hour At Kincaid’sKincaid’s offers a comfortable setting that one associates with a classic steakhouse: low lighting, dark wood accents, and comfortable booths.
Behind The Scenes At James J. Hill HouseWith such a large home, now owned and operated by the Minnesota Historical Society, there are bound to be areas that are off-limits on the regular James J. Hill House tour.
Art Along The Light RailIt’s easy to get into a commuting routine, especially for rail commuters. After all, train tracks don’t easily change paths. But forget to bring a book and there isn’t much to keep a person occupied while waiting for a train.