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April 2011

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St. Paul Art Crawl

Studios and galleries throughout St. Paul open their doors to the public this weekend.

Art in Bloom

Floral artists take over the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Welcome, Farmers' Markets!

Farmers' markets in Minneapolis and St. Paul set up shop this weekend.

REVIEW: I Wish You Love

I Wish You Love tackles racism and inequality through the smooth vocals of Mr. Nat "King" Cole.

Women of Influence: Karen Sorbo

April's guest speaker was Karen Sorbo, professional fundraising auctioneer. Guests enjoyed lunch and conversation at Crave Galleria in Edina, hosted by Minnesota Monthly's Sue Zelickson.

Weekend Best Bets: April 22-24

Make the most of the weekend with these most excellent events

Nat King Cole Takes the Stage

Tonight is the world premiere of Penumbra Theatre's I Wish You Love.

Review: Annie

Children's Theatre Company revives a show for our times

A Machine to See With

Today's your last chance to (legally) rob a bank.

Hitchcock to the Rescue

Escape winter's reprise tonight with Riverview Theater's showing of Vertigo.

Weekend Best Bets: April 15-17

A to-do list of the most entertaining events around town.

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival

St. Anthony Main goes global this weekend with 170 films from more than 50 countries.

Ambitious Tastes

Reborn Heidi’s aims for the dining stars, including bona fide Michelin stars

Defying Hate

The NOH8 Campaign finds generous support for marriage equality and GLBT awareness in Minneapolis

Weekend Best Bets: April 8-10

Get out, enjoy the warm weather, and take in one or all of these great events.

Empty Bowl Project

Buy a bowl, fill a belly.

2011 Minnesota Monthly Local Chef Challenge Video

Minnesota Monthly's 3rd Annual Local Chef Challenge was held at the Best Buy® Rotunda at Mall of America®. Eight local chefs battled it out for bragging rights and $10,000.

REVIEW: To Kill a Mockingbird

Park Square Theatre's take on Harper Lee's classic novel resonates with passion, honesty, integrity, and heart.

Money Matters

Green is the new black. Financial expert Nathan Dungan talks money.

A Cut Above

The Vintage Studio marries boutique shopping with vintage pieces for first-rate style