Arts & Culture

International School of Minnesota senior Nathaniel Hammond gives back to his school community through his commitment to student government and his love of music.

Somehow, Chaska High School senior Katrina Little manages to juggle a busy schedule and challenging classes without missing a beat—literally. Little served as the Conductor Drum Major for marching band this fall.

Jerusalem: The Biography
By Simon Sebag-Montefiore
Recommended by Josh Darst

When Sara Trosen and her husband Brian moved into their Eden Prairie twin home in 2002, they only planned to stay a few years.

Thanks to the leaps and bounds in medical technology made over the past century, people are living significantly longer than they were 100 or even 50 years ago. According to U.S. Census Bureau data, nearly 14 percent of Minnesota residents are 65 or older.

There’s little mystery in how two Waconia residents made their way onto national television to compete in their respective wheelhouses.

Vahid Samie was a young boy living in Iran when he saw his first camera. It was, as they say, love at first sight.

Two decades ago, actress Michelle Barber played the widow Irene Molloy in Hello, Dolly! at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres.

Throw a stone in the southwest metro and you’re likely to give an artist a black eye. Our creative class is robustly healthy and many of its citizens shine.

Quinn Lanners
Chanhassen High School

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