Last night kicked off this weekend's Twin Cities Summer Jam Festival, and the heat and humidity didn't stop an estimated 12,000 fans to dance to Soul Asylum, REO Speedwagon and Rascal Flatts.
“Mary Poppins,” a musical based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney film, will be performed by Mayer Community Arts/Summer Theatre (Mayer CAST) at Mayer Lutheran High School (305 Fifth St. NE, Mayer) at 7 p.m. July 25-27 and 2 p.m. July 28.
Thousands of spectators from around the Midwest danced, sang and screamed along with Brad Paisley, Joan Jett, Steve Miller and other rock and country musicians during Prior Lake’s 10th annual Lakefront Music Fest in Lakefront Park on July 12 and 13.
Thousands of spectators from around the Midwest danced, sang and screamed along with Joan Jett, Steve Miller and other rock and country musicians during the sold-out first day of Prior Lake's Lakefront Music Fest in Lakefront Park on Friday.
Some concert-goers were none too pleased to see the Twin Cities Summer Jam single-day ticket prices drop to $99 Thursday, when they bought tickets for $50 more.
It’s summer and school is out, but Kendall, 11, and Kellen, 12, Dahlen are learning valuable skills they probably won’t get in a middle school classroom.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen restored a “hunk of aluminum parts” back into a modern work of art.
HOPKINS — Drawing fruit lovers from all over the metro, the Hopkins Raspberry Festival is returning to the streets of downtown Hopkins Saturday, July 13.
Celebrate the sounds of summer in downtown Shakopee at Rhythm on the Rails, a free, five week outdoor concert series, taking place from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday nights from July 17 through Aug. 14 on Lewis Street in downtown Shakopee.
WAYZATA — Blue Water Theatre Company, a theater for young actors in Wayzata, is presenting the satirical musical “Urinetown” July 12 through July 21.
AGLOW Theater invites the public to its dramatic production “Field of Redemption” at the Chaska SouthWest Metro Intermediate School Auditorium, 401 East 4th St. in downtown Chaska. Performances are at 7 p.m. July 18, 19, and 20. Matinees are Thursday, July 18 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, July 21 at…
Eden Prairie’s Wings of the North aerospace museum will hold its AirExpo on July 13-14, according to a news release from the museum.
EXCELSIOR — The Old Log Theatre is bringing the Lake Minnetonka area back to April 27, 1994, with its current running play “Five Presidents."
Established stars and rising names will take the stage at the 10th annual Lakefront Music Fest at Prior Lake’s Lakefront Park next Friday and Saturday, July 12-13.
The Fourth of July is nearly here, so pack a picnic and start making plans because there's plenty to do in the southwest metro.
Have you been inside the Office Max at 960 West 78th St. lately? It’s one of our favorite happy places. All those pens, markers, and cool office doodads that help pass the time in the cubicle. And it’s now remodeled. Post-it notes to all our correct guessers (just kidding): George Borchardt,…
Canterbury Park will begin a five-day week of horse racing Wednesday, July 3 at 4.p.m. with two stakes races and a fireworks show after the 11th race, ending Sunday, July 7 with 10 quarter horse races including seven stakes, with a 12:45 p.m. first post.
Dancers in bright, sparkling costumes spun, dipped and bowed across the stage at Staring Lake Amphitheatre on June 28 as part of the Starring at Staring summer performance series.
CHANHASSEN — Southern food is being plated at the other end of the Mississippi thanks to a new restaurant in Chanhassen.
Minnesota might not seem like a hotspot to grow wine grapes, but with some science and a lot of patience, Minnesota has become well known for cold-hardy grapes.
From a basement batch of home brew to the commercial kettles of your local brewery, the rules and chemistry of brewing hold true for anyone cooking up a craft beer.
When walking down any given Twin Cities street, one is never more than a stone’s throw away from a microbrewery. But beer brewing was not always such a popular activity in Minnesota, in fact, it has a long and sordid history.
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