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Dear, Timberwolves: Do It For the Fans

These fans have attended (almost) every game during the Wolves' decade plus of disappointment

WATCH: New VocalEssence Youth Choir Celebrates Diversity

VocalEssence's new diverse youth choir will collaborate with local artists and choreographers, compose their own music, and build community through song

Drag Queens Fill First Ave for Puerto Rico

Flip Phone and drag queen Phi Phi O'Hara team up for a First Avenue show in Minneapolis with all proceeds benefiting victims of Hurricane Maria

Photos from Nigeria: A Series with a Cause by a MN Resident

MN photographer Bre McGee's series "Stolen Lives: The Lost Futures of Nigeria's Trafficked Youth" raises money for victims of child labor and sex trafficking

Calhoun, Mud Lake, and Pig’s Eye: A Brief History of Renaming Minnesota Places

Lake Calhoun is on its way to becoming Bde Maka Ska, but it's only the latest in the history of Minnesota place renamings, which includes N-word lakes, Pig's Eye, and a middle school almost named after Prince

15-year-old Filmmaker Got Big Break at Twin Cities Film Fest

High school student Isaiah Bischoff filmed a documentary about camp All in the Circle—and moved that much closer to a professional career

Staging a Magazine: A Storytelling Pop-Up in St. Paul

St. Paul's Fitzgerald Theater hosts a "live magazine"—where journalists become performers

Arab Film Fest 2017: The Takeaway

The lineup scoured modern Arab experiences—at home and abroad—for one of the state's timeliest entertainment events

Small Press, Big Impact: Graywolf's 2nd Literary Salon

Graywolf invited writers Layli Long Soldier, Carmen Maria Machado, and Danez Smith to the stage to challenge the status quo

The Humbling Biography of a MN Law Legend

Attorney Roberta Walburn gives a detailed look at the late Miles Lord in her debut biography, the tale of a proudly Minnesotan man who stood up for the underdog.

What It Means to Light Up the St. Anthony Lock

A colorful light show fills the now-defunct lock with its own history

Yarn Bombing at Mall of America: From Public Nuisance to Artistic Expression

The Mall of America gets a new, huge, brightly colored installation of yarn art courtesy of local artist HOTTEA. It's the same idea as graffiti—just less controversial.

Circus Juventas Goes Norse with New Show Nordrsaga

The St. Paul circus turns acrobatics and pyrotechnics into a modern retelling of Nordic mythos

Shredders: MN Hip-Hop Collective Doomtree Forms New Group

Shredders delivers their new self-titled EP with same heated energy found in Doomtree

Steve Rushin's "Sting-Ray Afternoons"

The longtime Sports Illustrated contributor and Bloomington native pens new memoir

Secrets of Split Rock

The original North Shore destination still beckons

A Cyclist's Manifesto

Passing and passive-aggressiveness on the bike trails

Introducing Stokley: Mint Condition's Frontman Goes Solo

Stokley's new album pushes the celebrated Twin Cities R&B singer into the spotlight—but it's no vanity project

New Features at TC Pride All About Inclusivity and Keeping the Peace

Dancers holding off protesters, a space for those with autism, and more

Long, Strange: King Crimson Comes to the State Theatre

The prog-rock English ensemble brings its always-surprising, understatedly-goofy stage presence to Minneapolis

St. Paul Hip-Hop Artist Tackles Fear of Making Music with New Album

African-born Zaire Huruku released album “Born to Do It,” detailing life in his home country and the struggles of making it in the music industry

Minnesota Hip-Hop Festival Celebrates 10 Years

Last-minute cancellations, an amazing mid-storm performance, and strange rumors—all at this year's Soundset Festival

Cloud Cult Takes On Its Toughest Live Performance Yet

The art-rock band prepares to score its first cinematic release—live and in real time

Rob Morgan Is A Curious Person

The Owl City bassist applies his years of hanging back and listening to a new podcast—exploring local scenes with MN personalities

Always the Odd One Out

Quinton Skinner reads from his new novel—a domestic odyssey taking place in Minnesota—at Magers & Quinn.
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