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April 2007

Features

Having a Ball

Having a Ball

The unorthodox moves of the Beyond Ballroom Dance Company

Something Fowl

Something Fowl

A resurgence of cormorants at Leech Lake is pitting anglers against environmentalists

It's Like You Never Left

It's Like You Never Left

Newly reopened, Peter’s Grill serves comforting classics once again

24 Ways to Get Lost... And Find Yourself

24 Ways to Get Lost... And Find Yourself

Need rejuvenation after enduring another Minnesota winter? Reconnect, refresh, recharge, and reenergize with a spring trip.

Crawl Spaces

Crawl Spaces

The art of doing the St. Paul Art Crawl

Blessed Are The Workers

Blessed Are The Workers

Minnesota owes more to its nuns than most of us know, but their numbers are in decline. Can a new volunteer program be the sisters’ next great act?

The Suite Life

The Suite Life

Spring and summer fashion for traveling—across town or around the world

The Genius Within

The Genius Within

Why the Twin Cities arts community is throwing composer William Bolcom the festival of his life

Departments

The Arts

Stepping Out: The Arts

Minnesota Monthly's recommendations for cultural diversion in April 2007

Aroma Therapy

The Look: Aroma Therapy

Spritz, splash, and say hello to spring with these fresh scents

April 2007 Letters to the Editor

Mail-Archived: April 2007 Letters to the Editor

Comments from readers on the last issue of Minnesota Monthly

Grip and Rip Instead of Dip

Talk: Grip and Rip Instead of Dip

Peddlers meet paddlers in northern Minnesota’s canoe country

Minute Critic

Talk: Minute Critic

Arthur Phillips’s new book; getting down with Low.

The Baron von Raschke

Talk: The Baron von Raschke

On rasslin’ bears, the origin of his Claw move, and the new play about his life

Waterworld

Talk: Waterworld

Number Crunch, The Agenda and Animalia

Nani Nalu

Counter Culture: Nani Nalu

Catching the next wave at Nani Nalu

Glass House

Quick Bite: Glass House

Conviviality and Celtic comfort food reign at Jake O’Connor’s in Excelsior

Honing His Craft

Quick Bite: Honing His Craft

With chef Mike Phillips in place, will the neighborhood-friendly Craftsman become a destination?

Circle Me

Who: Circle Me

Bert Blyleven has yet to get into the Baseball Hall of Fame. But he’s still swinging for the bleachers.

Sue Z Says

Sue Z: Sue Z Says

New restaurants, a new cook book & more

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