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Theater
The story of how the Children's Theatre Company came to be regarded as one of the best theaters for young people in the country.
Features
Of course Minnesota's casinos offer a range of gaming opportunities, but these six offer concerts, spas, golf courses, and restaurants too.
People
Joe Dowling has “no regrets” about his 20-year tenure at the Guthrie. But he does have some advice for his successor, Joseph Haj.
Features
Inside the St. Paul Saints' epic new Lowertown ballpark, including where to eat nearby.
Features
Step inside the most curious museum in Minneapolis: cuckoo clocks, phonographs, and woodcarvings that represent one man's lifetime.
Features
Can the Guthrie’s new artistic director reconnect the theater with its storied past?
People
The future of tattoos is being written in Northeast Minneapolis, and it’s a lot less permanent than it used to be.
Features
Todd hits the Ordway gala and the quiet celebration of CHS Field's opening.
Features
Exploring the hottest neighborhood in the Twin Cities.
by Mpls.St.Paul Editors
Museums + Galleries
A look at the Soap Factory's unprecedented—and stunning—original opera.
People
The music director leads the company as the first American orchestra to play in Cuba since the embargo was lifted.
Travel
Go beyond the bass and Bunyan on your Minnesotan travels with Dara's four drink destinations.
Travel
Ready to escape? Our A to Z guide to enjoying it all in the Brainerd lakes area.
by Mpls.St.Paul Editors
People
Al Milgrom all but single-handedly created the indie-film-viewing scene in Minnesota.
Features
The Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference is not just for writers.
by Isabelle Wattenberg
Books
Features
Entertainment correspondent Todd Walker hits the Charlie Awards and the opening of the House of Nobel.
Features
The legendary venue is nearly a half-century old and, man, has it got some stories to tell.
Features
Filmmaker Patrick Coyle’s new movie, The Public Domain, centers on the psychological aftermath of the I-35W bridge collapse.
Music
A forgotten piece of Minnesota history gets its due thanks to the Rose Ensemble.
People
The Duluth-raised comedian visits her stand-up stomping grounds.
People
On the cusp of retirement, Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek—who comes to town this month with Stars On Ice—reveals his next steps.
Features
A 2003 interview with former Twin Cities Reader editor and New York Times legend David Carr.
Features
Arts writer Tad Simons argues that commissioned art for the new Vikings stadium should be chosen very carefully.
Museums + Galleries
Go behind the scenes of the Northern Clay Center's newest exhibit with curator Kelly Connole.
Features
Todd Walker hits the St. Jude's Golden Globes viewing party and tips us off to Twin Cities socialites' favorite getaway.