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Skip the IKEA assembly line, create truly original pieces with PIP

You’re probably familiar with the oh-so-very scientific IKEA relationship litmus test. The theory goes like this: If you’re able to wind your way through the entire maze of the behemoth store, pick out a...

MN Orchestra will be the first US professional orchestra to tour South Africa

The Minnesota Orchestra will be the first professional Orchestra from the United States ever to tour South Africa this August, part of the orchestra's Sommerfest 2018: "Music for Mandela." Sommerfest celebrates Nobel Peace Prize-winning South...

How you can actually enjoy the rest of winter with the ‘Hygge’ life

Whelp. It’s still winter. All of the excitement of the Super Bowl, the celebrity spotting, the crazy events and concerts, is over. And so we’re left with the snow and cold. We’re just barely...

The Twin Cities’ Top 10 Karaoke Bars

Calling all good (or terrible) karaoke enthusiasts in and around the Twin Cities metro: This is for you. Despite the persistent, frigid cold of Minnesota (we all get it) there's no reason our avid in-doorsmen and...

Weekly Events: 2/12 – 2/18

Some local happenings for the week: Art - 2/13 The Story of Women in Art, Film Showing!, Hygga Lowertown, 7pm-8:30pm 2/15-2/17 West Side Story, Orchestra Hall MPLS 2/17 Meet the Maker Pop Up: Eli & Ink, West...

9th Annual Winter Beer Dabbler

Double up on the socks, throw on a hat and pair of mittens, and get ready for (yet another) outdoor festival and celebration this winter. And for a good reason: Beer, beer, and (at least)...

Weekly Events: 2/5 – 2/11

The Super Bowl is over; the visitors have left. Celebrate having our cities back with these local best bets for 2/5 - 2/11 Art - 2/6 The Story of Women in Art Film Showing!, Hygga Lowertown...

The St. Paul Winter Carnival’s long legacy now on display

A new exhibit about the legacy of the Saint Paul Winter Carnival is named, appropriately, “Parades, Palaces and People: St. Paul Celebrates Winter.”   The Saint Paul Winter Carnival has been taking place now for more than...

Archers, ready: New archery range coming soon in Burnsville

The City of Burnsville will be building a new archery range this summer, 2018. The current range is located at 1251 Pleasant Avenue, behind the Dodge of Burnsville Dealership (no car windows have been taken...

See to believe: Two of the Minnesota Zoo’s Hawaiian monk seals get Lasik

Two of the Minnesota Zoo's five Hawaiian Monk Seals, residing in Discovery Bay, underwent eye surgery November 9th, 2017. Koa and Opua didn't actually get Lasik: They were operated on by Dr. Carmen Colitz, a veterinary...
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