For those looking for a unique way to experience art this month, look no further than the 27th Annual Art-A-Whirl, a free open studio art tour in Northeast Minneapolis.
The new exhibition “Supernatural America: the Paranormal in American Art” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art is sure to send a shiver down visitor’s spines. The exhibition opened Feb. 19 and will run until May 15.
Looking for a fun way to pass the time this winter? The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen has just the thing. Give snowshoeing on the Arboretum’s eight miles of trails a try.
The Art Shanty Projects — which turns fish houses into art installations and puts them out on a frozen lake in Minnesota in January and February — returns to Lake Harriet (Bde Unma) in 2022 with health and safety changes.
The Minnesota Zoo is wrapping up its “Nature Illuminated” lights display show in January with new animals, themes and an added walking tour.
If you’ve ever wondered what it was like during prehistoric times now you have an opportunity to step back in time thanks to Jurassic Quest — an impressive animatronic dinosaur exhibit that has been touring North America since 2013 — will make a stop at the Minneapolis Convention Center Feb.…
Sever’s is well known in Minnesota for its corn maze and festive fall activities. What people might not know is it has equally spectacular delights to make the holiday season bright. This year, plan on bringing the whole family to Sever’s Holiday Lights.
The Science Museum of Minnesota is exploring all things dinosaurs and fossils with a new exhibition, “Ultimate Dinosaurs,” two new Omnitheater movies starring dinosaurs, paleontologist talks, presentations and events during “Days of the Dinosaurs.”
NASA's Apollo 13 launched in April of 1970 and it was supposed to be the third lunar landing attempt on the moon, but it never happened.
Always thought you’d make a great sleuth, or perhaps you watch a little too much true crime television? The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery show in Minneapolis might be just the activity for you to demonstrate your skills.
As forests fade from green to yellow and a frosty bite returns to the evening breezes, festive folks don’t have to travel far to find hair-raising horrors that have nothing to do with the state of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The lights went dark inside Shakopee Brewhall in March 2020. It was the start of a mandatory statewide shutdown of non-essential businesses.
The scarecrow exhibit has been a mainstay of fall at the Arboretum for so long that signature events manager Wendy Composto can't remember when it began.
Though the Minnesota Renaissance Festival announced it would take place this year in response to the state’s loosening of COVID-19 restrictions on July 1, vendor Dawn Gillette-Kircher suspected that the annual smorgasbord of medieval delights would be on well before organizers made the call.
Shakopee’s Canterbury Park filled with live music enthusiasts last weekend following a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite 90-degree weather, concertgoers gathered to cheer and sing along to artists over the course of the event, which ran July 22-24.
No musical artists could ever quite follow in Prince’s footsteps. His musical genius and keen sense of style are unmatched and at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, fans are in luck. Through a new exhibit, “The Beautiful Collection: Prince’s Custom Shoes,” visitors can get a glimpse of over 300 pai…
It may still be summer but the fall season will be here before you know it and that means one of Minnesota's favorite fall traditions — the Sever's Fall Festival — will be returning with plenty of family fun activities and attractions.
Thousands of music lovers packed in and jammed out at Lakefront Park for the Prior Lake Rotary’s Lakefront Music Fest on July 9 and 10.
Canterbury Park, a horse racing venue in Shakopee, played host to animals not normally found in Minnesota — or even this part of the world — over the weekend.
Clad in their best cowboy hats, boots and sleeveless flannels, a crowd of thousands cheered country superstar Jake Owen and opener Noah Guthrie's acts as they closed the Lakefront Music Fest on Saturday night.
Thousands of spectators welcomed the return of live music to the Twin Cities Friday night as rock icons Styx, Cheap Trick and 38 Special took the stage at Lakefront Music Fest in Lakefront Park.
Country music superstars Lady A have cancelled their headlining set at Lakefront Music Fest, citing a health emergency Saturday morning.
Walking along the aisles of Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store in Jordan, puzzles line shelves near the windows and circle the store. Rows and rows of puzzles hang from the ceiling, and blue wooden panels open to reveal several pull-out shelves of 40 puzzles each.
Comedian, television host, advocate and best-selling author Chelsea Handler is bringing her standup show to the Mystic Showroom on Friday, Dec. 3 for a night full of laughs and stories.
Dog races are returning to Canterbury Park this year after a hiatus in 2020. Also returning to the park are camel, ostrich and zebra racing, the Indian Horse relay and unicorn and llama races, according to a news release from the Shakopee horse racing venue.
So, how about something funny, featuring a beloved, iconic character and a cast of half a dozen or so. Something that can be staged outdoors. Maybe it should have some puppets. Keep it under an hour. Oh, and could you make it a musical?
Global superstar trio Jonas Brothers are back on the road with their 2021 “Remember This” tour, which is coming to the Mystic Amphitheater Sept. 11.
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