Hummus bowl at Chickpea Hummus Bar

New Restaurant Review: Potluck

Rosedale Center’s new food hall has several winning concepts—from biscuits to hummus bowls
Emily Gunyou Halaas (Viola), Sun Mee Chomet (Olivia/Valentine) and Michael Hanna (Sebastian/Officer/Musician) in the Guthrie Theater’s production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare and directed by Tom Quaintance. Scenic design by Naomi Dawson, costume design by Ann Closs-Farley, lighting design by Yi Zhao and sound design/composition by Sartje Pickett. February 8 – March 22, 2020 on the Wurtele Thrust Stage at the Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis. Photo by Dan Norman.

The Guthrie’s “Twelfth Night” Is Love and Comedy in All Forms

"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them"—via balloons, pools of water, and wit
Artist Ann Wood recreates flowers, insects, fruits, vegetables, and other earthly items using handcut paper and mixed media

Woodlucker’s Paper Botanicals Are Full of Life

Every detail matters in Minneapolis artist Ann Wood’s entrancing body of work—from flower petals to seeds
White Castle

Top 5 Valentine’s Day Dining Spots in the Twin Cities

Yeah, that's right. White Castle.

New Restaurant Review: Hope Breakfast Bar

All-day breakfast, breakfast-for-dinner (brinner?)—whatever you call it, it's now at a shiny St. Paul spot
Winter To-Do List: Potluck food hall at Rosedale Center

Winter To-Do List: Things to Do Inside

Eight ways to stay warm while getting out of the house—at craft workshops, new food halls, a game show experience, and more
Winter To-Do List: Biking in Duluth

Winter To-Do List: Things to Do Outside

12 ways to get out there and do this season right—from biking and hiking to laser tubing and igloo bars
Hot Air Affair

Winter To-Do List: 46 Can’t-Miss Events

Get up north, downtown, to theaters, among the clouds, jamming out, fishing, eating, riding a giant kite across a frozen lake—and more January through February
The Parkway Theater

Top 5 Movie Getaways in the Twin Cities

Comfy seats, boozy "adult shakes," cult classics, and one big, big screen