Pomegranates, Chickens, and Toilet Brushes: The Bold Art of Katayoun Amjadi

At Art-A-Whirl this year, the Minneapolis artist’s ceramics celebrate familiarity while still holding secrets

The New Way to Dine: Food Halls

Multiple food vendors under one roof satisfy our casual-but-still-quality cravings when eating out

This Is the Summer of Surly

More outdoor concerts and a First Avenue collab prove that the third-largest local brewer's brand is growing just as fast as the beer

The Weird World of Art Heists

Stolen sculptures, paintings, and public installations make for distressing, often unsolved crimes
The Guthrie Theater hopes to welcome audiences back to the McGuire Proscenium Stage this year

How Twin Cities Theaters Are Slowly Coming Back

After a year in limbo, three major metro theater organizations are finally ready to raise curtains
From left: Minnesota Historical Society's Rita Walaszek, Mattie Harper Decarlo, Ben Gessner, and Kate E. Beane

Native-Curated Exhibit Opens at Minnesota History Center

New exhibit "Our Home: Native Minnesota" explores the state's complex Indigenous history—and, for the history center, faces historic wrongs

Interview: How Marlon James Created “Black Leopard, Red Wolf”

The award-winning novelist and Macalester professor also talks the future of writing and Minneapolis after Philando Castile

Tee Time at Can Can Wonderland

Chris Pennington gives mini-golf an artful twist

Dos and Don’ts for Art Galleries Showcasing Native American Art

Indigenous curators in Minnesota weigh in after the “Scaffold” controversy

Red Rabbit

Red Cow’s spinoff offers upscale-casual Italian