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Hennepin History Museum, Inventions & Innovations

Courtesy of Hennepin History Museum

From the Bundt pan, to the pop-up toaster, to the "damper flapper," learn what inventions were made in Minnesota. Read more

Arts & Culture

Rosedale Center Ashley Mary Mural

Mural by Ashley Mary

Experience 50 works of art at Rosedale Center as part of the mall’s Easter art hunt. Read more

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Music in the Minnesota Zoo

Courtesy of the Minnesota Zoo

The 27th annual Music in the Zoo concert series will include Rosanne Cash, Conor Oberst, Belle and Sebastian, The Psychedelic Furs, and a stop along the Pop 2000 Tour. Read more

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Rock the Garden 2019

Courtesy of Rock the Garden

Featuring Aussie talent, indie rock titans, and some local flavor, this year’s Rock the Garden line-up might be its most eclectic yet. Read more

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Yuli

Images courtesy of the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival.

Now in its 38th year, the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival is bringing over 200 films from around the globe to the Twin Cities this month. Read more

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The teen-staffed creative development agency in North Minneapolis is selling exclusive shirts at the Chameleon pop-up shops in Gaviidae Common to raise money for the organization. Read more

Shop & Style

The Final Four will descend onto downtown Minneapolis this weekend. Here's what you need to know before the biggest games in college sports. Read more

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Cyrano de Bergerac

Photographs courtesy of the Guthrie Theater

Guthrie artistic director Joseph Haj’s take on the French classic is a well-orchestrated epic about the duality of appearance and the heart. Read more

The Morning After

MNUFC at Allianz Field

Photographs by Caitlin Abrams

After a $250 million investment, welcome Allianz Field to the list of must-see Twin Cities sports stadiums. Read more

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Seth Meyers and Bob Newhart

Courtesy of Minneapolis Comedy Festival

The comedy festival will bring John Crist, George Lopez, Cedric The Entertainer and more to downtown Minneapolis in June. Read more

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David Hogg

Courtesy of Westminster Town Hall Forum

The survivor of the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School spoke about gun control, the March for Our Lives, and how his life has changed in the past year. Read more

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The Jungle Theater's School Girls

Courtesy of the Jungle Theater

The Jungle Theater’s “African Mean Girls Play” peels back the layers of pettiness that drive the viciousness of the high school hierarchy. Read more

The Morning After

Ed Bok Lee

Courtesy of Ed Bok Lee, photograph by Ted Hall

The Minnesota Book Award winner’s latest poetry collection examines the impact of immigration and the refugee experience under a microscopic lens. Read more

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Wordplay Festival

Courtesy of The Loft

Featuring over 60 events, Wordplay Festival will stretch across eight stages in the Mill District of Downtown Minneapolis over a weekend in May. Read more

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Can a sauna provoke conversation around climate change? Put down your smartphone and come inside the Solar Egg at the American Swedish Institute. Read more

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Butler Square

Photograph courtesy of Doors Open Minneapolis

The weekend event in May will give visitors free access to the buildings that tell the city’s history. Read more

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Kim Gordon and Dimitri Chamblas

Photograph by Peter Diamond

At the American Swedish Institute, the worlds of Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon and the French dancer Dimitri Chamblas collide in an electric performance piece presented by Liquid Music. Read more

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Soundset 2019

Courtesy of Soundset

Lil Wayne? SZA? Between four stages and over 40 artists, the 12th annual hip-hop festival will erupt the Minnesota State Fairgrounds this spring. Read more

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Ordway Center for the Performing Arts

Photograph courtesy of the Ordway

The upcoming season features new productions to Minnesota, mixing three Ordway originals with tours straight out of New York. Read more

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As You Like It

Courtesy of the Guthrie

The latest production attempts a modern twist on Shakespeare's pastoral comedy of secret identities, four weddings, and a wrestling match. Read more

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