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June 2007

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Good Day Café

Take a look inside The Good Day Cafe, a new restaurant attached to the Metropolitan Ballroom in Golden Valley.

What to Drink Now

Gewürztraminer’s distinctly floral aroma is often compared to rose petals, but while the wine’s smell might be sweet, its flavor isn’t necessarily so.

Making a Scene

Seussical: The Musical, plus other shows playing this month

The ABCs of Summer Fun

An A to Z list of the region’s hottest summer attractions and destinations

Dive into Summer

Hike, bike, climb, float, swim, soak in a hot tub: 34 great ways to experience the state’s sweet season

The Arts

Minnesota Monthly's recommendations for cultural diversion in June 2007

Moving Music

After 100 years and thousands of lessons, MacPhail Center for Music finally gets a home equal to its impact

Back to the Land

What Minnesotans can learn from Nordic nature paintings

Play Ground

The Minnesota Children’s Museum marks 25 years with the creation of a new exhibit

Take Five

The Twin Cities’ newest notable restaurants show the area’s food scene—from ethnic eateries to breakfast spots—continues to evolve

Char Talk

Kiss off the Kingsford. Great grilling begins with the right kind of wood.

Sue Z Says

Local farmers' markets, Fogo de Chao and Rachael Ray

Beyond the Burger

Bored with beef patties? Try these grilling alternatives and get fired up about summer.

The Searchers

You’re in the woods. You’re in trouble. You’d better hope the state’s best rescue squad is on the case.

June 2007 Letters to the Editor

Comments from readers on the last issue of Minnesota Monthly

Fairway to Heaven

It’s that glorious season again—time for whiffs, waggles, and worm burners galore

Inquiring Minds

WCCO reporter Ben Tracy answers our good questions

Where the Wild Things Are

Twenty-four hours on the Bell Museum BioBlitz. What’s living in your backyard?

Minute Critic

Out Stealing Horses and Lolly Pop

Everything You Know About Minnesota is Wrong

25 myths about the state we’re in, from loyal loons to ubiquitous Lutherans—plus five cold truths and one notorious stumper