UMN Women in Business, an organization dedicated to bringing together future business leaders at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, held its charity gala in March 2019.
Arts & Culture
In "White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America", Margaret Hagerman uses two years’ worth of interviews with affluent white parents and their children to explore how white kids learn about race.
The City of Lakes is also the city of many photo opportunities. You just have to be ready for them.
When budget cuts in 1995 threatened arts programs in St. Louis Park’s public schools, a group of residents came together to advocate for the programs and the value of arts education for youth.
These book recommendations from Magers & Quinn are great for the beach, cabin, hotel or any other summer destination.
South Minneapolis resident Bobby Gardner teaches improv and sketch writing at Northeast Minneapolis' Strike Theater.
Creative Mornings’ February event at Minneapolis Institute of Art featured speaker Joe Horton, Mia’s artist-in-residence for 2019 as well as local musician and artist.
Even if there’s still the odd trace of snow on the ground, there’s no more magical way to celebrate the arrival of spring in the Twin Cities than taking part in the annual MayDay Parade led by In the Heart of the Beast Theatre.
MacPhail's Music for Life program focuses on bringing music to elders wherever they are.
The female foursome met when they were members of the Roseville String Ensemble.
Yossi Ben Harush isn’t your average DJ. While he does spend time spinning tunes at parties, he reserves part of his weekends to observe Shabbat—the Jewish day of rest.