Explore Minnesota’s man-made and natural curiosities this summer
Mark your calendars for the best events of Twin Cities Pride
This weekend around the Twin Cities, your to-do list includes street magic, food truck extravaganzas, festivals, and more
Don't head north to the cabin without these delicious necessities
Plan a camping trip on the fly—Minnesota's good for it
Your Twin Cities to-do list includes touring your dream house through the Luxury Home Remodeling Tour, getting funky at Sociable Cider Werks, and much more
This month, Sue Z. recommends visiting 100 breweries in one place, plus more delicious happenings—with proceeds benefiting good causes
Another year, another chance to putt through a maze of Brillo boxes
From Fort Snelling to the North Shore, check out this summer's technological updates to historic and wild Minnesota places
Yes, there's an annual adults-only Easter egg hunt in Rochester—and another for dogs, and another with geocaching, and another that drops them out of the sky. Check out more of the best egg hunts around Minnesota.
Mother Nature takes the best selfies
Skip the Black Friday crowds this year and celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with one of these family-friendly events.
SUP is a hot new sport…even in icy waters
No mountains? No problem. How America’s original ski area birthed Lindsay Vonn and other Olympians
Burning off those Thanksgiving Day calories is a great way to start the day before giving thanks for what you have. Join one of these fun (and local) turkey trot races on Thanksgiving morning.
An off-road adventure
Lots for these vernacular structures were once given out as company perks—now they’re on the historic register
The much-adored autumn season is upon us, and one of the best places to enjoy cooler weather, vibrant colors, and that warm fuzzy feeling that comes with fall is in the Midwest. Embark on a getaway in northern Minnesota or Wisconsin and enjoy fall in true northern style.
This towering rock is the most distinguishing natural landmark of one of Minnesota’s most picturesque waterfront cities
A natural alternative to pavement
First flatwater, then whitewater
A photo essay of the Long Lake Hounds
The Land of 10,000 Lakes may not have as many waterfalls, but it does have an abundance of breathtaking cascades, including this especially curious one
Yes, it’s real. We promise. A Minnesota-shaped forest exists somewhere within this fine state’s bounds, created by a clever DNR staffer back in the early 1990s.
You don't have to go far to appreciate the wonders of Mother Nature in spring. From waterfalls to unique festivals, we highlight a few of our favorite destinations