American Craft Council ring by Amarette Grego
Courtesy American Craft Council
There’s a New Ulm rumor that Minnesota’s icy temperatures will dissipate early if beer hunters can find the elusive “Seven Bocks of Winter” hidden around Schell’s Brewery and in Flandrau State Park.
In year 25, we’re still savoring, sipping, and hosting the state’s most palatable weekend. Join us at Minneapolis’ Target Field for 150-plus samples of the best food, wine, beers, and more.
The seven dynamic voices of a cappella group DCappella belt tunes from throwback Disney classics like Tarzan and The Little Mermaid while rocking refrains from modern-day blockbusters Moana and Frozen at the State Theatre in Minneapolis.
We know you remember flying down the stairs on a mattress as a kid. This time, you won’t be reprimanded—you’re raging down Buck Hill in Burnsville to furnish homes for families in need.
Celebrate Irish tradition at LuckyPalooza’s two-block street party on West Seventh, where country singer Chris Hawkey performs, and stick around for the 53rd annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in St. Paul.
The adventures of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Bilbo Baggins come to life in this world premiere at Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis.
At St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center, the former First Lady discusses her hit memoir Becoming.
At the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, this 19th-century comedy stars a long-nosed romantic who tutors a handsomer suitor in wooing and witticisms.
Among dozens of art-clad booths, crawlers can support and discover local artists in downtown St. Cloud.
This tech-savvy exhibit at Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center explores the rapidly changing world of digital technology—zooming in on young artists like Rhys Ernst, Josh Kline, and Marianna Simnett.
100 Years of Healing: The Ojibwe Jingle Dress Dance Tradition
In Onamia, the Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post honors a century of the Ojibwe jingle dress dance with an exhibit of photos, displays, and oral history.
At St. Anthony Main Theatre in Minneapolis, join more than 40,000 movie aficionados for the debut of 250 bold works from emerging and established filmmakers.
The American Craft Council returns to the St. Paul RiverCentre for another year of custom commodities, bringing along 230-plus artists to showcase their wares—including locals JUDiTH+ROLFE and Trace West.
This quick-witted comedy at Yellow Tree Theatre looks at friendship, motherhood, and how income and socioeconomic class impact the tricky profession of parenting—not just in Osseo, but across the globe.
Prince fans from around the world gather at Paisley Park for music and the memories in his former home, studio, and venue in Chanhassen.
Venues in Minneapolis and St. Paul become packed with runway shows by local designers and shopping events during the spring edition of the Twin Cities’ bi-annual fashion fest.
In Duluth, jam out to local artists like rapper JayGee and singer-songwriter Gina Lee Welsh-Rabold at this non-stop eight-day music fest that celebrates the original and diverse music of the northeast.
Two entrepreneurial Thai-American brothers launch a ghost-hunting business in this clever (and supernatural) regional premiere, co-produced by Theater Mu and staged at Penumbra Theatre in St. Paul.
Spring into Sports
Between the NCAA men’s basketball championship, a new soccer stadium in St. Paul, and the debut of Twins manager Rocco Baldelli (read our profile on him here), a lot is coming to a head in local sports this spring.
Our Minnesota Twins will slide into the 2019 season headfirst and steal a win over the Cleveland Indians (right?) at Target Field in Minneapolis.
Consult your carefully calculated bracket: Four teams compete for the men’s college basketball championship in downtown Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium. April 5-8, check out interactive games and live music for fans at the Minneapolis Convention Center, the Armory, and on Nicollet Mall.
Minnesota soccer fans scored big with Allianz Field. For more than a year, we’ve craned our necks to see the 364,000-square-foot, $250 million Allianz Field near Interstate 94 in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood. Finally, it’s game time for Minnesota United, who host New York City FC.