Finding Minnesota: Stories From Armenian Genocide At Museum Of Russian ArtToday, about 1,000 people of Armenian descent live in the Twin Cities. They are all descendants of genocide survivors who made it through death marches and slavery.
Twin Cities' Best Gift ShopsThere are all kinds of wonderful gift shops across the metro, locally owned and tucked away in various neighborhoods.
Wander Minnesota: The Museum Of Russian ArtHoused in a former church and in an attractive Spanish colonial building, the Museum of Russian Art is easily reached at the intersection of Diamond Lake Road and 35W.
MNfusion: 'Faces Of War' Comes To Museum Of Russian ArtEstablished in 2001, the Museum of Russian art actually lives in a building that once was a Minnesotan church. The museum houses rotating exhibits that stay anywhere from six months to a year. Their latest, "Faces of War: Russia in World War I," opened on Sept. 26.
Wander Minnesota: Catch An ExhibitWe're definitely in a weird patch at the moment, with chilly, rainy weather at this writing, and more rain and low temperatures possible for the coming weekend. Of course, we can expect the heat to return next week, as it often does when the Minnesota State Fair opens. But until then, if you're looking for some indoor entertainment, take a look at what's happening in the museum world.
Wander Minnesota: Mother's Day Ideas It’s only a couple of weeks until Mother’s Day. Have you made plans for the special mom in your life? If you’d like some ideas of things to do besides go out to eat, consider one of these options.