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Minnesota Niche: Beer Choir Twin Cities

What could possibly be better than a blend of beer and song? Enter Beer Choir Twin Cities, a chapter of the national Beer Choir...

Minnesota Niche: LARP House

Sure, many of us grow up role-playing alternate realities that revolve around fantasies of, say, being stranded in the woods or discovering a new...

How a Walker Art Center Program Helps People with Dementia Enjoy...

For most of Marv Lofquist’s life, taking a tour of an outdoor sculpture park would have been an out-of-the-ordinary activity. But when the retired...

Why does an arts education matter?

Video stories by Bobby Edwards Imagine a world without access to arts education, without those opportunities in school to unleash the full power of creative...

Minneapolis and Saint Paul Announce Riverfront Redevelopment Projects

  Sources of energy and transportation, rivers proved attractive to myriad burgeoning industries for generations. But as our economy changed, so, too, has industry and...

Relish: Illustrator Xee Reiter Sketches the Stories of Food

On a warm, sunny August afternoon, artist and Relish illustrator Xee Reiter shows me around her extensive home gardens in Saint Paul, Minn. From traditional...

Remembering Local Music Legend Terry Katzman

Celebrating the life of a man who lived LOUD! Terry Katzman sold me one of my first punk rock records. It was The Dead Boys'...

Explore a Brief History of First Avenue

First Avenue, the nightclub that put Minneapolis on the map, will soon be celebrating its 50th anniversary. At Twin Cities PBS, we're hard at...

Stories Under the Stones: Take a Trip to Red Wing’s Oakwood...

  Say the word, “cemetery” and you think of creepy, dark places - haunted spaces that are the burial grounds for countless dead souls, their...

In Minnesota, Hockey Rinks Are the Heart of Many Communities

  “There's the crispness of the air…the smells…you can hear the hum of the lights. It just kind of brings you back.” The shutter of...