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Our lives are a collection of stories. From the hustle and bustle of every day living to exciting and relaxing vacations, we gather thoughts, images and events to deposit in our memory banks, and share with those closest to us. Let us help you tell your next story at a family gathering or spot around the campfire.

Newsies Seize the Stage

Full of heart, courage and polished to perfection, “Disney's Newsies” hits Chanhassen Dinner Theatres with a family friendly show that everyone can enjoy through Sept. 29.

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Ten Runs, Two Months

Run the sweetest 5K around, conquer inflatable obstacles and more this spring. Plus, as a bonus, check out five of our favorite St. Patrick's Day runs.

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LuckyPalooza 2018

St. Paul rolls out the green carpet for its week-long St. Patrick's Day extravaganza, complete with LuckyPalooza, St. Patrick's Day Parade, Irish Celebration and more.

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Riders Cup 2018 at Hyland Hills

Think Red Bull Crashed Ice except by riders, for riders. Back-to-back ice cross champion and Minnesota local Cameron Naasz tells us what to expect at this year's only U.S. Riders Cup Feb. 22 at Hyland Hills in Bloomington.

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Telling Your Story

With upcoming pieces at the Minnesota History Theatre and Southern Theater, artists aren’t finding pieces that show a perspective they relate to—they’re sharing their own perspective to those who will listen.

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St. Paul Super Slide

The St. Paul Super Slide presented by Securian at CHS Field takes riders on a 40-foot drop spread over 130 feet for a frozen run in the heart of downtown.

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Super Bowl Sports Bar Bonanza

Grab some friends and pull up a stool — it's game time in the Twin Cities. If you're not one of the lucky few going to watch the game live at US Bank Stadium, check out one of these local sports bars

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