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The ancient Nordic tradition is gaining steam in the Twin Cities, which means sooner or later you just might end up in one. Here’s how not to embarrass yourself if you do.
The interior of a sauna
People
Meet the Stillwater native in charge of the day-to-day duds on the hit CBS show 'Supergirl.'
Stillwater native Kiersten Ronning on the set of CBS show 'Supergirl' in L.A.
Music
Cloud Cult, the not-so-little local band that could, is poised to release its 13th studio album and a feature film to go with it.
Band Cloud Cult
Features
Bromances are the new black. We used to call them best friends, buddies, or pals, but now these male friendships have a kitchy label: the bromance.
Illustration of Todd Walker
Features
Local catering and event pros help you throw the party of the year for your engagement, anniversary, birthday, and mitzvah.
Theater
The Walker’s Out There performance series tackles the turbulent genius of writer David Foster Wallace.
'A Supposedly Funny Thing' performance at the Walker in Minneapolis, Minnesota
People
A tribute to the man who always exuded the Minnesota Nice spirit and elevated the destiny of the Twin Cities community.
by Burt Cohen
Bruce Dayton
Features
To close 2015, we have to chat about some standout social events.
People
Inside a studio in a Grain Belt Brewery warehouse, stacks of art tell the story of author/artist David Coggins. His new book, 'Paris in Winter,' pays homage to his beloved Paris.
by Nikki Tundel
Author and artist David Coggins inside his studio that overlooks the Mississippi River.
People
Raoul Benavides has been collecting records his whole life. Now he wants to sell them to you.
by Sam Schaust
Raoul Benavides and his collection of records
People
Meet the former NSA code breaker and Breck mom who helped transform the face of American medicine.
Penny George meets with the Dalai Lama at his home in Dharamsala, India
Museums + Galleries
A creation by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry is now living within another one of the artist's creations.
Theater
Joseph Haj's acting days at the Guthrie influenced his artistry. As his Guthrie directorial debut looms, the new artistic director wants to recapture its glory.
People
The Minneapolis Federal Reserve has a new president and CEO, and that wouldn‘t be too big a deal . . . if he wasn‘t named Neel Kashkar.
Neel Kashkar
People
Miss Richfield 1981 is much bigger and much more local than locals might ever guess.
Miss Richfield
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.