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Museums + Galleries
What can you see for free? A whole lot, actually.
Spoon and Cherry in Walker Sculpture Garden
Music
Frontman Dave Simonett talks about TBT's 10th, throwing their own festival, and reconciling seemingly nonstop touring with family life.
by Solvejg Wastvedt
Trampled by Turtles
Travel
This fall try going another way to take in the fleeting delights of the season.
by Chris Clayton, Drew Wood, and Stephanie March
Features
A Beatle’s return to Minneapolis tells the story of the summer of 2014.
Target Field
Museums + Galleries
Head to Icehouse almost any night of the week, with no idea who is playing, and expect to be blown away.
Icehouse Minneapolis
Features
Our annual guide to the season’s hottest tickets is a mixed bag—and we mean that in the best possible way.
by Drew Wood, Heidi Raschke, Rob Hubbard, Stephanie Xenos, Tad Simons, and William Randall Beard
Motley Crue
Features
How to pay tribute to a founding member of the new-wave punkers? Well, here's one way.
by Allison Turnberg
Devo energy dome urn from Foreverence
Features
Todd Walker surveys the scene after a summer of celebrity visits to the cities.
Todd Walker with Muffy MacMillan
Features
Don’t let those happy yachters fool you, torrid secrets lurk beneath those blue, blue waters.
People
The St. Paul native and former Hawaii Five-0 star talks Hollywood, baseball, and growing up in the Midwest.
Ian Anthony Dale
Music
The well-coiffed Grecian songster waxes nostalgic about his glory days living in the Minneapple.
Yanni
Features
What the State Fair needs is rides that reflect Minnesota’s true nature.
Ferris Wheel on the Midway at the State Fair
Features
Few things are more certain than seeing a crying child on Ye Old Mill. So we made a game out of it.
State Fair Bingo
Features
Summer, the season of 10,000 parties. Todd Walker hits them all.
Goldie the Gopher socializes at the Northrop Opening Gala.
Features
What goes down inside the State Fair’s 99-year-old heart of darkness, Ye Old Mill?
People
The first man to standup paddle the entire Mississippi River shares his view.
by Kate Swanson
Alex Linnell
People
Minneapolis's own Internet cat celeb talks about the festival, her tattoo, and why cats are better than dogs.
Vanessa Gadberry and Fennec
Travel
No one knew quite what to expect when we signed up for an unplugged weekend in a Wisconsin yurt.
Namekagon River
Features
Why are two nice guys from St. Paul set on terrifying us?
by Chris Clayton
Drew and John Dowdle in Malibu.
Museums + Galleries
Artist Andrea Carlson draws inspiration from the Tower of Babel in her latest solo exhibition at Bockley.
by Stephanie Xenos
A detail from Ink Babel by Andrea Carlson
Features
Will anyone seize the opportunity of The Yard?
The Yard
Features
Influence has always been lucrative, but here's how 10 Minnesotans are making their social media prowess pay off.
Wing Ta
Theater
Our picks from this year's Fringe Festival.
Minnesota Fringe Festival 2014
People
Erik Stolhanske, Rob Perez, and a Hollywood-tested crew banded together to film a sitcom pilot in Uptown. Here's the skinny.
Rob Perez directing the Minneapolis sitcom West Lake.
Theater
Mu Performing Arts takes on the very Scandinavian "A Little Night Music." And why shouldn't they?
by William Randall Beard
Mu Performing Arts'