Minnesota is one of several states that doesn't have an official state fossil. The Science Museum of Minnesota aims to fix that.
Her new book "The Beatryce Prophecy" sprang from a draft she started and then abandoned after the death of her beloved mother.
Corn mazes, pumpkin patches and apples galore.
The complete archive of the nationally renowned Twin Cities printmaking center is now enshrined at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
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"'The Crown' ruled the Emmys as expected while 'The Queen's Gambit' pulled off a minor surprise.
Alejandra Peña-Gutiérrez endured a hurricane as director of Puerto Rico's Museo de Arte de Ponce.
Minnesotans are excited to gather again at concert halls, theaters, movie houses — but worried it might all go away.
REVIEW: The dancer wove eight small pieces together nicely in the 45-minute performance.
Women are conditioned to hedge their opinions, be less direct and not sound aggressive
The beloved Midwest Americana bands paired up for an outdoor co-headlining gig at Treasure Island's amphitheater.
This is the first time the Minneapolis estate has gone on the market in more than 50 years.
With dry bars, recovery workouts and a thriving support community, Minnesotans are taking a new approach to sobriety.
Builder David Schiller hopes this is just the beginning for the affordable, eco-friendly structures.
Michael Keaton, Jeff Daniels, Nicole Kidman and Rosario Dawson all say that the roles challenge them.
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Part-Christmas tree, part-mannequin, works at the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery explore Black culture.
Twin Cities museums will be closed for at least four weeks.
Inspired Conversations: Race & Equity features Marisa Miakonda Cummings, president of the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
You don't need to drive far to find quirky and desirable destinations for fall weekend getaways.
In 1919, Witt's modernized grocery shopping in Minneapolis.
Q: When is "This Old House" going to have new episodes?A: They will begin airing on Sept. 30, although the exact date on your PBS…
The Narrowboat SummerBy Anne Youngson. (Flatiron Books, 319 pages, $26.99.) Two middle-aged women, walking toward each other along a towpath near London, hear a dog…
You have to admire the patience of technology advice columnists. They deal with all sorts of remarkably specific requests. I imagine they get letters like…