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March 2011

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Minnesotan Poetry

In recognition of April being National Poetry Month, here are two poems by Minnesota's first poet laureate, Robert Bly.

Women of Influence: Tina Wilcox

March's guest speaker was Tina Wilcox, co-founder of Black. Guests enjoyed lunch and conversation at Crave Galleria in Edina, hosted by Minnesota Monthly's Sue Zelickson.

Macy's Flower Show

Macy's is bringing the flowers, with or without April showers.

REVIEW: Avenue Q

Puppets take over the stage at Mixed Blood Theater.

Vincent Francoual Wins Minnesota Monthly’s Local Chef Challenge

Vincent – A Restaurant chef and owner wins $10,000

Weekend Best Bets: March 25-27

A Shelter from the Storm

If today's snow has you contemplating returning to hibernation, be sure to take Shelter by Sarah Stonich with you.

Review: Arms and the Man

The Guthrie takes on George Bernard Shaw's classic parody with a cast full of acting greats.

Weekend Best Bets: March 18-20

Your weekend to-do list.

Tickled Pink

Pantone's Color of the Year doesn't disappoint.

St. Patrick's Day Round-Up

Let us help you prepare for a day full of green beer, bagpipes, and plenty of Irish fun.

Welcome, 2 Gingers!

Kieran Folliard will unveil his new whiskey tonight, just in time for St. Patrick's Day.

Hello Niles, er, David Hyde Pierce

The beloved Frasier actor charms his fans at the Guthrie

American Dream

New Pizzeria Lola brings national-class pizza to the Edina-Minneapolis border

Jesper Löfvenborg at the American Swedish Institute

One of Sweden's most renowned cartoon artists shares his talent with Minneapolis.

Weekend Best Bets for March 11-13

The best to-do list you'll ever encounter.

In Conversation at the Guthrie

Bring all your best questions to ask actor David Hyde Pierce this Sunday.

Winter Flower Show

You don't have to wait for the snow to melt to get a taste of spring.

5th Anniversary Gala for MicroGrants

Joe Selvaggio’s MicroGrants program celebrated five years of successfully boosting low income individuals closer to their dreams of self-sufficiency.

Q&A: Win Win

Writer and director Tom McCarthy shares his thoughts on Minneapolis, working with new talent, and what he likes (and doesn't like) about the movie-making business.