Arts & Culture

From camera phones to digital cameras, photography is the most easily accessible art form today. It allows photographer hopefuls, such as myself, to take a stab at the craft. Today, any and call can take a photo, edit it and share with friends.

“I try to surprise people from time to time. Maybe look at something from a different angle or perspective than what they normally would see.” – Mark Weber, Arboretum Photographers Society member

Have you heard the buzz? STEM education (science, technology, engineering and math) is headed for a whole new dimension—the third dimension, that is.

Some lead and some follow, and there’s no question where Andrew Carlander falls on that spectrum.

The Minneapolis-based Off-Leash Area theater company wants to stage its next show in your garage.

Romens clients span generations. Couples that once hired the mother-daughter interior-design duo of Ginny Romens and Lynn Goodwin years ago now have grown children—and even grandchildren—that have enlisted their help for making interior spaces more functional and beautiful. 

There is more than one way to bake a cake or shine a penny. There is also more than one way to remodel a house. Renovation in phases as opposed to a one-shot overhaul can result in a beautiful new kitchen to bake your cakes and more pennies to shine from the money you saved along the way.

It’s quiet on the shores of Lake Waconia. As every Minnesotan knows, March is notorious for its unpredictable weather patterns that facilitate blizzards, occasional early thaws, and one more month of quality indoor-time. For most people, that is.

Emily Tepe, University of Minnesota horticulturalist

I've lived in Minnesota my whole life, and I really don't like to complain about winter — I usually try to stoically accept it. But I am so, so done with winter this year.

Chaska author Matthew Udermann

One of our editorial advisory board members, Matthew Udermann, recently launched a Kickstarter campaign in support of his new b