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A quick look at the history of booze in Minnesota.
Prohibition
People
Everybody has a CaringBridge story. Now its founder put together a book of some especially inspirational ones.
Sona Mehring
Travel
It’s no luxury cruise, but taking the Megabus to Madison was definitely an adventure.
by Julio Ojeda-Zapata
Madison, Wisconsin
Music
These experts know all about crafting the right sound for your party.
by Hayley Schnell
Photo courtesy Jake Rudh
Theater
When we heard This American Life host Ira Glass was coming to town with his hybrid storytelling/dance show—well, we had to find out more.
Ira Glass
People
Ahead of his first column in Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, we sat down with WCCO's most notorious newscaster to find out what's in store.
Features
November’s top events indexed according to taste.
Museums + Galleries
For many Twin Cities art lovers, Thanksgiving starts with the Minneapolis College of Art and Design art sale.
Theater
If Stephen King’s The Shining can be an opera, editor Tad Simons thinks these books should be, too.
Theater
In a unique blend of fact and fiction, soldiers share the true stories of other soldiers.
by William Randall Beard
Theater
In the Moving Company’s For Sale, the audience is the customer.
by William Randall Beard
Museums + Galleries
Watch as German expressionist Max Beckmann's Blind Man’s Buff receives the restoration treatment.
by Stephanie Xenos
Blind Man’s Buff
Museums + Galleries
Minnesota History Center pays homage to St. Paul as a bootlegger’s paradise with American Spirits.
Features
In his latest memoir, Pat Conroy comes to terms with his famously militant father.
The Late Santini
Features
Why are Twin Cities sports teams so thoroughly unsuccessful?
Adam Platt
Slideshow
The happening didn’t quite happen, but the trains were pretty groovy.
Travel
Get in the Halloween spirit with a long weekend trip to Wisconsin’s Devil’s Lake (and the Dells, of course).
by Gretchen Scherer
devil's doorway
People
St. Paul’s newest armory looks more dangerous than it is.
Adam Scarpello
Slideshow
What’s old is new again—everywhere we turn, mason jars are making a major comeback.
by Mpls.St.Paul Editors
BNTO, gingersnap banana pudding
Slideshow
See our photos from We Day Minnesota 2013.
by Mpls.St.Paul Editors
We Day Minnesota 2013
Features
Bees are dying. So are moths And every other kind of pollinator. No pollinators means no flowers, no fruit, no nuts. Is this the end of the world as we know it?
flowers
Features
The message from We Day Minnesota was simple: you're never too young to change the world.
by Hayley Schnell
The Jonas Brothers / We Day Minnesota 2013
Music
What’s it like to see the Purple One on his home turf? A first-timer finds out.
Prince
People
The writer, rapper, and singer talks hip-hop vs. poetry—and the usefulness of the word “Yo.”
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine Q&A With Dessa
Features
We Day Minnesota co-chair, Hutton Phillips, proves there’s no reason to wait to make a difference in the world.
We Day Minnesota co-chair, Hutton Phillips