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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
With the simple premise of being a “fly on the wall” during high school girls' soccer stretches, “The Wolves” is as surprisingly beautiful as it is realistic, funny and evocative. See it at Jungle Theater March 31-April 29.read more
The Twin Cities brings in thousands of musical artists every year but not every concert experience has to break the bankread more
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.read more
Expect more than a reiteration of the hit movie “School of Rock” at the Orpheum Theatre.read more
This March, Wayward Theatre Co. is bringing their production of “Hamlet” to one of St. Paul's grandest and most historic houses: the James J. Hill House.read more
Check out these swing dance locations with lessons, dances and events for everyone.read more
While there are none in the immediate area. The closest ones include: • LTD Brewing • Steel Toe Brewing • Utepils Brewing • LynLake Brewery As you get closer and closer to Minneapolis and St. Paul, the number increases exponentially. Some of our favorites are: • Surly...read more
Located southwest of Minneapolis, Hopkins offers one-of-a-kind entertainment, dining and attractions.read more
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