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March 2012

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Eight Chefs. Secret Ingredients. $10,000. It's the Local Chef Challenge!

Get a taste of Iron Chef right here in Minnesota.

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We the People

Journey to the Minnesota History Center for a rare opportunity to view one of only eight remaining copies of the original printed U.S. Constitution.

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Just a Big Sap: Maple Syruping Events Set for March 31, 2012

Learn about the history of maple syruping and watch an actual sap run, complete with a delicious sample.

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MSP Airport Introduces Digiboo Movies

New kiosks at the airport support renting, buying, and watching movies without Wi-Fi.

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Oh Baby! Farm Babies at the Minnesota Zoo

Farm Babies is the time to meet newborn piglets, bunnies, chicks, and more at the Minnesota Zoo's Wells Fargo Family Farm.

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Whether you are a seasoned Twin Cities traveler or planning your first trip to Minnesota, this blog will introduce you to many new adventures to add to your itinerary. From day trips and scenic discoveries to luxurious girls weekends, travel tips, and insider scoops, our editors will give you all the information you need to enjoy your stay Up North.

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