arts and culture
Kelly Rodenberg chronicles her journey in a humorous and, at times, faith-filled book, There's Something Going on Upstairs. Read more about 'Utterly Relentless': Chaska Author Shares Brain Cancer Journey
With all of this time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, most of us are trying to come up with ways to engage families in activities that don't involve a screen. Read more about Don't Let Social Distancing Get You Down—Keep in Touch the Old Fashioned Way with a Letter
The journey—oftentimes, it is just as engaging and rewarding as the destination, so we asked photographer Jim Douglas to document last May’s art installation of YouBetcha at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Created by internationally-acclaimed artist Patrick Dougherty, the sculpture is on display for the next few years on the arboretum’s Scarecrow Hill.
Created out of sustainably-harvested willow branches from Waseca, the structure features a labyrinth-like interior, which visitors are encouraged to navigate and enjoy. Read more about Behind the Scenes of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum's New Installation, YouBetcha