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A look at how Minnesota's courses are driving a new generation of golfers to the tee box.
The Legend and Quarry golf courses at Giants Ridge in Biwabik
People
Why is Magnus Nilsson, one of the world’s most exciting culinary minds, having a gallery show in Minneapolis?
Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson
Features
How often do you have to replace the wood on a wooden roller coaster?
Features
We zero in on some of our favorite neighborhoods around the Twin Cities that are commanding the spotlight right now.
by Berit Thorkelson and Kelly Ryan Kegans
Neighborhood illustration
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And on the eighth day, we looked back on the first seven without Prince.
Prince's star at First Avenue
People
Is it acceptable to drink boxed wine? Find out.
Rikki Iglesais, wine extraordinaire
Music
Powered by a full orchestra and chorus, Stephen King's novel is soon hitting the stage at the Ordway.
Stephen King's 'The Shining' illustration
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When and where to celebrate Prince in the Twin Cities.
by Lindsay Susla
Prince, 1977
People
How a mother, attorney, and occasional rapper became one of the most prominent civil rights leaders in the state.
by Chris Clayton
Nekima Levy-Pounds
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After Prince's passing, fans poured out in droves. Here's when and where to celebrate the Purple One this weekend.
by Lindsay Susla
Prince, 1986.
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Todd Walker gives the scoop on all-things red carpet happening in the Twin Cities.
Music
Whether you’re a committed music aficionado or a casual participant, you’re sure to find an event to suit your interests.
by Jordan Bascom
Record store
Theater
Jungle Theater’s latest explores the quantum physics of love.
Anna Sundberg and Ron Menzel
Features
What did this iconic sign look like back when it was lit up?
Local Lit
Exploring the superstar spring releases from local writers that are sure to make a splash well outside of the city limits.
Book covers of the six must-read books for spring
Film
They say all the world’s a stage, but each April, the Twin Cities is a stage for the entire world during the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival.
by Lindsay Susla
People
The Carleton College physics professor answers our important question: 'Who has more gravity, Prince or Babe the Blue Ox?
Nelson Christensen, professor of physics at Carleton College
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Speakeasy-vibe parties, U.S. Figure Skating Championships, and Flavor Flav roaming around Minneapolis.
Illustration of Todd Walker
People
How with a wink, a laugh, and just the right amount of crying, Nora McInerny Purmort wrote her way through the worst the world could have thrown at her.
by Chuck Terhark
Nora McInerny Purmort wearing her Still Kickin shirt
Theater
New York playwright/provocateur Taylor Mac uses pop songs to pop America’s oft-homophobic bubble.
Taylor Mac’s 24-Decade History of Popular Music: 20th Century Abridged
Theater
Minneapolis-based Shapiro & Smith Dance explores the power and beauty of hands.
People
Stan Steuter has been repairing golf clubs in Minneapolis for decades—he won’t even ask how your 3-iron ended up through your windshield.
Stan Steuter, one of the country's leading golf club repair and restore men
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Turning a still camera on the unassuming local landscapes that became Minnesota's whitewashed contribution to cinema history.
A deserted snowy scene from movie Fargo
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The skinny on drone regulations and how a handful of local businesses are making new marks in the sky.
Aerial view of downtown Minneapolis, captured by a drone
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Gold dust was recently found in Minnesota’s Iron Range, but before you head out to stake your claim, here’s how prospecting has changed.
A pan of gold