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October 2011

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REVIEW: Much Ado About Nothing

Love is in the air, but what else is new? This is your last week to find out.

Weekend Best Bets: October 28-30

See a show, jam to jazz, lose yourself in a maze...make the most of the last weekend in October

An Evening with Herbie Hancock

Come see the jazz pianist at his finest as he showcases his talents in a solo performance at Orchestra Hall

REVIEW: Two Trains Running

August Wilson's play tackling Civil Rights, at its best on the Penumbra stage

Tom Brokaw Talks

The ex-anchorman gives an exclusive interview on 1968—the year and the new exhibit at the Minnesota History Center

Weekend Best Bets: October 21-23

Weekend Best Bets: October 14-16

Movies, art, theatre, and more: all on your to-do list for this weekend

On the Shoulders of Giants

Cantus opens their season at the new Cowles Center with a concert featuring timeless works by music's greatest contributors

MNMO Night at Penumbra Theatre: October 1, 2011

An evening of complimentary sips of seasonal wine and small savories, followed by a performance of Two Trains Running

Larry Millet Talks Castles

Learn more about grandeur lost in the Twin Cities with architectural historian and author Larry Millet

Weekend Best Bets: October 7-9

See a show, take a hike, buy some art, and repeat

Jamming for Justice

The Link teams up with top Twin Cities bands to raise awareness about youth homelessness

Weisman Art Museum’s Grand Reopening Gala

The Weisman Museum's grand reopening gala featured aerial arts, street painting, musical performance, and more!

Crave Cares: Together We Can Make a Difference

CRAVE recognizes the importance of being a committed community partner, and we strongly believe in working with our neighbors to help improve the communities we serve.

Boys & Girls Club Patron Party 2011

Patrons gathered in support of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities on September 18, 2011 at The Dakota Jazz Club in downtown Minneapolis.

Taste of the Nation 2011

Taste of the Nation gathers top chefs to raise money to end childhood hunger

October 2011 Style File

Ritz Theater’s Holiday Bazaar kicks off the shopping season while crochet designer Kendrin Likeness mixes vintage craft and modern style

Behind the Scenes: Mary's Makeover

With her daughter's wedding fast approaching, this dedicated mom deserved some TLC of her own to prepare for the big day. Watch this short video for an inside look at her transformation.

The Art Cure

Can art help pull people from poverty? Noel Raymond of Pillsbury House Theatre talks about why it might just work

Pacific Islander Cuisine

A fascinating addition to the local food scene