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Conversations with Maya Moore, Chuck Aoki, Alise Post, and seven other local athletes going for gold in Rio.
The U.S. Women's National Team's Maya Moore dunks against Angola during the 2012 Olympics
People
The man who brought modern art to Minneapolis passed away in May. A former Walker Art Center curator explores his legacy.
by Joan Rothfuss
Martin Friedman, former Walker Art Center curators
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The sillier the better is our motto when it comes to summer festivals. Here are the best fests in small towns or semi-cities.
A wagon filled with toys
People
New Minneapolis Foundation president and CEO R.T. Rybak on how to make the great Minneapolis he envisions a reality for all.
Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak
People
Josh Leddy is fighting a war in our lakes against a green, slimy, growing enemy.
Josh Leddy, milfoil fighter
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Here’s a look at what East Town is poised to become when the U.S. Bank Stadium officially opens late this month.
Neighborhoods around the U.S. Bank Stadium in East Town
People
The Oregon Trail, a video game designed by three Minnesotans, was inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame.
A cartoon of an ox pulling a wagon
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Entertainment reporter Todd Walker gives the scoop on the social scene in the Twin Cities.
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Betty Butler, artistic director and co-founder of Circus Juventas.
Betty Butler, artistic director and co-founder of Circus Juventas
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What to eat, see, and experience at these casinos and their surrounding areas.
Casino slot machine
Music
St. Paul is serving up a weekend's worth of sizzling-hot jazz at the Twin Cities Jazz Festival on June 23-26.
The Twin Cities Jazz Festival illustration
People
A new memoir gives a rare glimpse into love on the farm.
Lucie Amundsen gathering eggs on her chicken farm
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In the Twin Cities, the outsiders are no longer the ones celebrating Pride, they’re the ones who aren’t.
Twin Cities Pride parade
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In the midst of end-to-end renewal, our city’s urban core is poised to turn the world on with its smile.
Minneapolis skyline
Museums + Galleries
The Walker’s a mess, but the transformation will be worth the wait. Honest.
Rendering of the renovated Walker grounds in Minneapolis
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175 ways to spend this Twin Cities summer eternally in, on, or by the water.
by Drew Wood, Jillian Yanish, Lindsay Susla, and Stephanie March
Sail boats on a lake
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Their first date was on bikes. Thirteen years and a couple of kids later, the romance continues—on two wheels.
by Janna Krawczyk
Janna and Paul Krawczyk behind a bike wheel
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Meet Jonah Stillman, a Minnetonka High School junior, who is already emerging as the voice of his generation.
Jonah and David Stillman from Minnetonka
People
In April the entire world stopped to grieve the passing of a genius who was unapologetically ours. Now it's up to us to be stewards of his legacy.
A makeshift Prince tribute installed on the Aria event center in Minneapolis
People
We snagged a few minutes with Korea's most famous masher of baseballs to talk about epic bat-flips, destiny, and more.
Minnesota Twins baseball player Byung Ho Park
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Entertainment reporter Todd Walker gives the scoop on the social scene in the Twin Cities.
Illustration of Todd Walker
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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
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How often do you have to replace the wood on a wooden roller coaster?
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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