Electronic duo Beatrix*Jar will feature at the Walker Art Center's Virtual Sounds for Silents

Weekend Best Bets: Aug. 20-23

This weekend around the Twin Cities: Walker's "Sounds for Silents," new Mia exhibit, farm outing, and more
The KKK burning a cross.

Online New Works Festival Kicks Off by Confronting Racism

“Not in Our Neighborhood!” tells the true story of the racist acts around one couple’s move to St. Paul's Groveland Park in 1924

The Minnesota State Fair’s Pandemic Pivot for 2020

The Great Minnesota Get-Together is canceled, but there’s still a lot happening

Footgolf Is Your New Socially Distanced Pastime

Try something new this summer and play a golf-soccer hybrid at these courses around the Twin Cities
Lost Valley Prairie by Hastings

Where to Find Untamed Nature Near the Twin Cities

Minnesota's Scientific and Natural Areas (SNAs) answer the demands of a socially distant world beautifully
Lakewood Cemetery

Visit These Twin Cities Cemeteries for Socially Distant Reflection

Explore resting places that offer space, beauty, history, and reverent peace
Walker Art Center

Weekend Best Bets: July 16-19

This weekend: Museums reopening, Black Lives Matter mural, original plays online, and more
"Marie and Rosetta," starring Jamaica Bennett and Rajane Katurah Brown, was the last main stage production at Park Square Theatre before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

5 Ways to Support (and Enjoy) Local Theater Right Now

A murder mystery has been written for video chat and the state's biggest theater festival has gone online

Sue Z. on Life in Quarantine

“Let’s try to take the best parts of slowing down."
Altar at Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul, Minnesota

On Going Back to Church, Post-Quarantine

From social distancing in the pews to restrictions on singing, going to church looks different now—but that's okay