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April 2007

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The Craftsman

Take a look inside a new American restaurant, The Craftsman.

Family Friendly

Quiet the whining with these kid-tested activities.

April 2007 Athlete of the Month: Rusty Hagan

Stewartville's Rusty Hagan proves that anyone can play hockey.

A Gallery Tour

Excellent exhibitions to entice you to discover new worlds.

Never Too Late to Further Your Education

Local schools give nontraditional students the tools to succeed

The Arts

Minnesota Monthly's recommendations for cultural diversion in April 2007

Crawl Spaces

The art of doing the St. Paul Art Crawl

The Genius Within

Why the Twin Cities arts community is throwing composer William Bolcom the festival of his life

Having a Ball

The unorthodox moves of the Beyond Ballroom Dance Company

Hot Lunch Goes Healthy

Chef Seth Bixby Daugherty leaves Cosmos to help change school cafeterias

Moove Over Corporate Cows

Wisconsin-based Organic Valley, the country’s largest organic co-op, hopes to revive the family farm

Glass House

Conviviality and Celtic comfort food reign at Jake O’Connor’s in Excelsior

Honing His Craft

With chef Mike Phillips in place, will the neighborhood-friendly Craftsman become a destination?

It's Like You Never Left

Newly reopened, Peter’s Grill serves comforting classics once again

Sue Z Says

New restaurants, a new cook book & more

The Suite Life

Spring and summer fashion for traveling—across town or around the world

A Note to Our Guests

Helpful tips for getting the most out of your stay

Nani Nalu

Catching the next wave at Nani Nalu

Aroma Therapy

Spritz, splash, and say hello to spring with these fresh scents

Crime Capital

In the ’30s, St. Paul was the hideout of choice for America’s most infamous gangsters