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From amusement parks to art galleries, the Twin Cities metro has a variety of attractions that will satisfy anyone’s cultural diet
The Minnesota Zoo Tropical Beach Party runs Feb. 17 through March 11 and gets visitors out of the cold and into the tropics.read more
A one act play that explores the mundane, trials and comedy of family life, “The Humans” is a must-see show with a great family message through Feb. 18 at the Orpheum.read more
David Feldshuh’s world premiere of “Dancing with Giants” (Feb. 7-24) introduces a third character in the rivalry between Max Schmeling and Joe Louis: Joe Jacobs, Schmeling’s Jewish boxing manager.read more
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.read more
A partnership between Children's Theatre Co. and Penumbra creates a “Wiz” that is bursting with jubilee and talent, Jan. 23-March 18.read more
Red Bull Crashed Ice 2018 slides its way into downtown St. Paul Jan. 19-20. Don't miss out on the action-packed weekend with some of the best skaters in the world.read more
The Twin Cities have a bevy of museums to choose from, here are some of our favorites.read more
Minneapolis and St. Paul are filed with iconic locations, here are some of our favorites: Minneapolis Stone Arch Bridge Basilica of St. Mary Walker Art Center Minneapolis Sculpture Garden (home of the Spoonbridge and Cherry) Minnehaha Falls Minneapolis City Hall Mill...read more
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