Arts & Culture

There aren’t many people who can say they published a book, let alone at the age of 77. But then again, not many people go back to earn their GED while raising four young children, graduate from Macalester College magna cum laude at 44, or obtain a law degree at age 52. Clearly, A.L.

As a kid, did you ever dream of living in a futuristic, space-age city? Like the Jetsons and their neighbors, your abode would have a robot for a housekeeper and a moving sidewalk. You’d communicate by screen instead of by phone, and you’d accomplish everyday tasks at the push of a button.

The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History by Robert Edsel
Recommended by Marni Blomquist

New Year’s Eve at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is more than a night of noisemakers and bubbly. The evening begins with a three-course dinner and choice of  entertainment options, and the fun continues throughout the night.

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.

Southwest Christian High School's Maria Brands

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
Recommended by Julia Sjoberg

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