The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum opened its doors for Passport to Spring, including nine displays that each featured an international country; a French-inspired glass garden house and 26 pieces by sculptor Nick Legeros.
Arts & Culture
John Veil has been sinking basketball shots for 12 years, and he doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon.
Chaska resident Becca Richardson had no idea that her knack for crafts could turn into a business, but her handmade fabric wreaths are in high demand.
For families of Chinese heritage living in the southwest metro, Chinese school helps reinforce language skills taught at home and keep students in touch with a culture far removed from the one in which they’re growing up.
The Twin Cities music scene nurtures an abundance of notable talent.
Maria Brands knows one of her favorite memories of her time at Southwest Christian High School (SWCHS) will involve the annual talent show, Night of Stars.
Mary: Mrs. A. Lincoln
by Janis Cooke Newman
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A poorly placed, outdated fireplace can pose a design challenge for homeowners—even those with a flair for home décor.
It’s been said that a change of scenery can change your life. Well, Jan Hansen’s life certainly changed in 2008 when she accepted an impromptu invitation to travel to the district of Karagwe in Tanzania, Africa.
Odds are you won’t find Jacob Steinbauer sitting at home on the sofa.
From wood-carvings and ceramics and oils to vinegars, the Eden Prairie Lioness Art and Craft Show features the work of almost 100 artists and artisans. The 5th annual fair from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.