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Peter Diamond

Peter Diamond is the Digital Editor at Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.

Elizabeth Warren and Doppelganger

Courtesy of Stephanie Oyen

We got in touch with the Minnesota woman with an uncanny resemblance to the Massachusetts Senator. Read more

Arts & Culture

Target Field Squirrel

Photograph by Brace Hemmelgarn

Is #TFSquirrel the next #MPRRacoon? Read more

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Brian Oake

Photograph by Caitlin Abrams

Without explanation, the radio station announced that Oake was no longer working there. Now a petition has started to bring him back on the air. Read more

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Paul Bunyan Statue at the Minnesota State Fair

Courtesy of the State of Minnesota Surplus Services

There's an auction going on for the giant Paul Bunyan figure that lives inside the State Fair's Eco Experience building that's just begging to be sold. Read more

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The Minneapolis distillery is housing a British racing track in its backyard–the first in the country. Read more

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The Fillmore Minneapolis

Rendering courtesy of The Fillmore

Named after the legendary San Francisco music venue, Live Nation’s Fillmore Minneapolis is opening this February. Read more

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The 2019 X Games at U.S. Bank Stadium

Photographs by Joseph Scheller

The most X-treme sporting event in Minneapolis happened last weekend at U.S. Bank Stadium. Check out the high-flying antics. Read more

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Al Gore at the Climate Reality Project's Training in Minneapolis

Courtesy of The Climate Reality Project

The former Vice President updated his presentation on "An Inconvenient Truth" to train environmental activists on the science behind climate change, and to give solutions for the Earth's future. Read more

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Rose and Melvin Smith

Photograph by Bergen Flom

The artists Rose and Melvin Smith have been married and creating for over half a century. Together they have built one of the most prolific creative partnerships in the Twin Cities. Read more

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Mayor Jacob Frey and Governor Tim Walz

Photographs by Lucas Botz for Axios

Where does a city start when trying to solve climate change, the education gap, and racial equity? Making sure everyone has a place to live. Read more

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Lazerbeak

Photograph by Graham Gardner

After a near nervous-breakdown and a partnership with Wellness Minneapolis, the all-around manager, label head, and producer for Doomtree talks about keeping your mind in check. Read more

Health & Fitness

Chromatics at First Avenue

Photographs by Bergen Flom

The cinematic synth band makes the ideal soundtrack for late drives along the highway, evoking Italian disco and Lynchian dreams. Read more

The Morning After

An exhibit at the American Swedish Institute debunks misconceptions about Viking society. Read more

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Lazerbeak Wellness Minneapolis

Courtesy of Wellness Minneapolis

The Doomtree producer will open up about his wellness journey at the holistic health clinic. Read more

Health & Fitness

Robert Koehler, "Rainy Evening on Hennepin Avenue"

Courtesy of the Minneapolis Institute of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Art explores “The Art of High Style” at the turn of the 20th century. Read more

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Larissa Loden

Photographs by Caitlin Abrams

The biggest art crawl in the country is this weekend in Minneapolis. Here's where to sip drinks, catch some music, and support the hundreds of makers and artists of the Twin Cities. Read more

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Belinda Carlisle and Dessa Coming to the Minnesota State Fair

Courtesy of Minnesota State Fair

If heaven is a place on Earth, is it at the State Fair? 🤔 Read more

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Wordplay

Photograph by Anna Min courtesy of The Loft Literary Center

Imagine the Scholastic Book Fair on steroids. Read more

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An immersive play by Mixed Blood Theatre at the RiverCentre shows the extended ways in which self-driving vehicles will reshape our lives. Read more

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Booze around town with your fellow book nerds this Saturday, and maybe raise a glass with your favorite author? Read more

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