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TWIN CITIES TALES
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Dark & Stormy tackles Sam Shepard's Pulitzer-finalist play from Aug. 24-Sept. 16, taking on questions of love, choice and relationships that haunt you.
The MetroTransit light rails offer one of the best ways to get to the attractions, dining, theater and nightlife of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Northeast Minneapolis is the place to be this weekend! Food trucks, live music and 11 local breweries will set up at the Northeast Brewers Block Party.
Check out our top 5 Minnesota State Fair must-dos so you don't miss out on any of the action and the best it has to offer.
A battle of the bands worthy of Prince himself hits Paisley Park from Aug. 31-Sept. 3.
Crawl into the tree house of your childhood dreams at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. The summer exhibit includes 12 unconventional tree houses built by local artists, architects and hobbyists.
The solar eclipse is happening Aug. 21, and we have the best spots to view it in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
St. Paul, one half of Minnesota's sister cities, is brimming with historic landmarks, museums, parks, charming neighborhoods and more.
Want a sneak peak of the Great Minnesota Get Together? Check out our list of the latest additions to the Minnesota State Fair.
Visit the Minnesota Renaissance Festival for medieval entertainment, handmade wares, games and food during the weekends from from Aug. 19 through Oct. 1.