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Insights on Kosovo with Ambassador Dugolli

The southeast European nation of Kosovo has maintained a close relationship with the United States since its independence in 2008. With rising GDP and tensions in the region, what are the obstacles and opportunities...

“Annual/Perennial” by Tim Tozer

Annual/Perennial, an exhibition of new paintings by Tim Tozer, opens Saturday, October 21 at Groveland Gallery. Born in Portsmouth, UK, Tim Tozer has taught painting and drawing at Indiana University in Bloomington, Minneapolis College...

“The View from Here” by Rod Massey

The View from Here, an exhibition of new paintings by Rod Massey, opens Saturday, October 21 at Groveland Gallery.Massey is a part of a group of contemporary Midwestern artists dedicated to continuing and re-examining...

Creating a Picture-Perfect Gallery Wall of Dopamine Decor

“Dopamine Decor" has been blowing up on social media lately, and for good reason. Apply these tips and tricks to design a joyful wall.

Best Bets: Nov. 28-Dec. 4

Things to do this week: Bentleyville, Sophie B. Hawkins, Christmas at the Local, and more

Best Bets: Nov. 7-13

Things to do this week: an augmented-reality art exhibition, an arts and crafts affair, Flor de Toloache, and more

At Theater Mu, ‘Man of God’ Examines Abuse and Trust

Actor-turned-director Katie Bradley talks about the personal and professional journey to her directorial debut
Adobe oven in La Casa de Misericordia

Minnesota-Based Alight Helps Create Safe Space for Migrants in Documentary

The nonprofit brings "a little piece of home" to people at the border by building a large adobe oven

Protest Art Gets Exhibition Close to a Year After George Floyd’s Murder

Memorialize the Movement and Save the Boards have been working together to preserve plywood boards covered in graffiti art