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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
Check out more than a dozen Mother's Day ideas around the Twin Citiesread more
You can paint with all the colors of the wind.read more
Magic, wonder and melancholy play in “The Fantastic World of Kim Simonsson” at the American Swedish Institute through July 15.read more
Children, teens and adults alike will enjoy this take on the Dr. Seuss' classic environmental tale at Children's Theatre through June 10.read more
Ten sentences don’t begin to describe the 10 out of 528 films at the 37th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, but it’s a start.read more
With lots of glitter, heels, and heart-warming life lessons, “Kinky Boots” is a must-see April 3-8 at the Ordway.read more
I have three different places I’m thinking of: Eat Street, Uptown, and Northeast. Eat Street (approximately 13 blocks of restaurants) definitely hits the highest for food and, depending on how you judge quantity versus quality, lowest on the art gallery. Its big bonus...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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