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St. Paul’s European Christmas Market in Photos

Get in touch with Minnesota's European heritage at this Christmas market, which features classic German foods, handmade holiday gifts, and more

Land of 10,000 Lodges

For each of Minnesota’s glorious lakes, there seem to be several lodges dotting the shorelines. From rustic log cabins in the north woods to majestic resorts on Lake Superior, there’s no shortage of retreats for slowing down, stepping back in time, and making lasting memories

Minnesota Businesses Adapt to Warmer Winters

As Minnesota winters get warmer, some businesses struggle, while others adapt the state's snowy identity

Weekend Best Bets: December 8–10

Your weekend to-do list around the Twin Cities

5 Best Fair Trade Coffee Shops in the Twin Cities

Get your caffeine fix the Fair Trade way at five local coffee shops, including Spyhouse Coffee, Peace Coffee, and more

Tall Is about More Than Height, Says Local Clothing Company

Two sisters set out to create a fashion line, Amalli Talli, that caters to tall women, building a community of body positivity locally and online

December's MN Travel Guide

Morrison County's first brewery in 60 years, black-light yoga, the opening of Great Wolf Lodge and more highlight what's new around the state

WATCH: New VocalEssence Youth Choir Celebrates Diversity

VocalEssence's new diverse youth choir will collaborate with local artists and choreographers, compose their own music, and build community through song

Weekend Best Bets: November 17–19

This weekend around the Twin Cities: cheese and chocolate, skating the downtown St. Paul rink, and a "whodunnit" à la Agatha Christie

Calhoun, Mud Lake, and Pig’s Eye: A Brief History of Renaming Minnesota Places

Lake Calhoun is on its way to becoming Bde Maka Ska, but it's only the latest in the history of Minnesota place renamings, which includes N-word lakes, Pig's Eye, and a middle school almost named after Prince