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People
With a successful record company in-hand and his first feature film making the rounds, makeshift media mogul Reggie Henderson says he’s just getting started.
Reggie Henderson in the
Theater
A solution to holiday creep: move Christmas!
Guthrie’s  A Christmas Carol
Dance
With so many versions of The Nutcracker playing this holiday season, it would be nuts if there isn’t one that suits you.
Features
After a total rehab, the iconic St. Anthony Main sign is back in business.
Pillsbury sign in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Music
We chat with Gospel Machine, a new local band, about what happens when Motown soul, Minneapolis pop, and an intrinsic sense of religiosity combine.
Features
Couples and families, adrenaline junkies and fabulous foodies, Minnesnowta is everyone’s playground.
Three children with snowboards
Music
The Grateful Dead say hello again, with John Mayer on guitar.
John Mayer playing guitar with some members of the Grateful Dead
Features
From crayfish-eating contests to cocktails in a castle, there was a bit of everything for everyone this glorious summer.
Film
With the premiere of 'The Peanuts Movie,' the heft of the Charlie Brown torch has finally been passed from the late Twin Cities cartoonist Charles Schulz to his son, Craig.
Features
Baubles, Botox, boobies, and the burbs—that’s the best way to describe the grand gala celebrating the opening of Nordstrom at Ridgedale in September.
People
From his start with The Strokes to his current tour for his fourth album, Albert Hammond Jr. tells all (and confesses his yearning to learn to tie a bow tie).
by Sam Schaust
People
Talking life and style with the 2015 NBA first overall draft pick Karl-Anthony Towns.
by Steve McPherson
People
John Turnipseed spent the first half of his life with a gun in one hand making Minneapolis a nightmare—which uniquely positions him to lead its most troubled citizens into the light.
Museums + Galleries
Pink flamingos, LSD, and notions of Eden are at the core of two new Twin Cities exhibits.
by Nikki Tundel
Local Lit
Bob Dylan is taking the stage in Minnesota once again—this time as a towering mural.
Local Lit
'Downtown: Minneapolis in the 1970s,' the Minnesota Historical Society Press highlights the previously unpublished work of a teenage photographer exploring the city's still-mean streets.
Museums + Galleries
This must-see exhibit tells the story of the French Romantic painter’s influence on the painters who came after him.
Photo courtesy Minneapolis Institute of Art
Local Lit
Read your way into wintertime oblivion with these four new releases from Minnesota authors.
Museums + Galleries
Meet Mia, the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s bold new identity.
Features
This U of M professor is the leading economist when it comes to putting a dollar value on nature—and his findings might help save the planet.
Features
In November, the world's largest bone marrow registry—Be The Match—moves into its new headquarters in the North Loop. Here's how it's helping save the lives of thousands.
by Elizabeth Foy Larsen
Music
Inside the mind of Minnesota-born Alicia Bognanno, the front woman of up-and-coming Nashville-based alt rock band Bully.
Theater
Jeffrey Hatcher and Chan Poling team up to create a musical about Duluth's most infamous murder.
Features
Here’s a look at the history of the 1935 Works Progress Administration–built space.
Features
Or, how I got someone to let me drive my childhood dream car next to a Porsche legend.