REVIEW: Harlem Globetrotters @ Target Center

REVIEW: Harlem Globetrotters @ Target Center

By Arlo and Silas, ages four and six, who have never seen basketball, even on television.

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We asked to see your rattiest Barbies. It's not so pretty in pink. But it's adorable.
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In honor of our fiftieth day below zero, a look back at winter through the sad, aghast eyes of our children.
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Bob Medcraft
Bob Medcraft grows a children’s entertainment empire from St. Paul.
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Photo by Eliesa Johnson
Eighty-six reasons the Twin Cities is a great place to be a kid (and a pretty cool place to be a mom, dad, grandparent, and anyone else who needs to occupy a kid for a few hours, too).
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If kids can handle their dogs, shouldn't they be able to handle their homework? (Or did the dog eat it...?)
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Kids holding books at the Walker Art Center / photo by Eliesa Johnson
Music, movies, and books that won’t make you want to light yourself on fire.
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Koo Koo Kanga Roo
Check out all the Koo Koo Kangaroo-fueled action that was JuiceBox Jam 2014 at the Mall of America.
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For safety or for schadenfruede? Either way it's funny.
Health + Beauty
baby dressed as a doctor playing with a teddy bear
Twin Cities pediatricians share 11 smart questions to ask when seeking exceptional pediatric care.
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Twin Cities Kids Birthday Party Guide
Where to ring another year for a little one? Our guide covers all.
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Nothing warms the cockles of JuiceBox’s heart more than this terrifying holiday tradition.
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Burt Cohen & Holidazzle
How to ring in the holidays in lieu of an illuminated parade? Twin Cities notables speculate—and Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's own Burt Cohen illustrates.
Shopping + Style
Christmas book
If you’re looking for winter wonder, you can find it in this beautiful children’s book by a husband-and-wife team.
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We Day Minnesota 2013
See our photos from We Day Minnesota 2013.
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The Jonas Brothers / We Day Minnesota 2013
The message from We Day Minnesota was simple: you're never too young to change the world.
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We Day Minnesota co-chair, Hutton Phillips
We Day Minnesota co-chair, Hutton Phillips, proves there’s no reason to wait to make a difference in the world.
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Spencer West We Day Minnesota
Activist Spencer West urges action over struggle at Minnesota’s first We Day.
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Stephanie March loves a good road trip, especially when there’s a farm and some flat pie at the end of it.