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Arts & Culture
Jane Elias has always been involved in her community, whether it was her time spent traveling the U.S. as a professional muralist or volunteering at her children’s school. Once her children had grown up, Elias realized she needed to be doing something full-time again.
George E. Prine III knew there was more to life than this. “After 25 years in the hotel industry, I decided to make a change. It was a change that was passion driven. I wanted to be outside, and I loved plants and designing,” Prine says.
You may not be aware Dunwoody College of Technology approved a school of engineering in 2015, or that in 2016 it launched a bachelor of science degree program in mechanical engineering, followed by a bachelor of science in software engineering in 2017 and now, in 2018, plans for a bachelor of sci
The instances are few in which heralded Minnesota artist Mike Lynch becomes even close to talkative during an hour-long interview on a cold morning at the Groveland Gallery.
In recent years, a new kind of home has taken root in the fertile soil, aka concrete, of Uptown Minneapolis and the West End of St. Louis Park.
Last summer, St. Louis Park resident Marty Harris won first prize in print at the Minnesota State Fair.
Sister Act, running at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres this month, is the beloved and comical story of a diva who witnesses a crime and disguises herself as a nun to avoid trouble. I recently spoke with two of the cast members of the show.
You love your spouse, right? That’s why they’re your spouse! But could you imagine working alongside him or her, every day of the week? Three local couples do just that, and their uniquely matched partnerships suggest one plus one may equal more than two.
With apps a click away, short attention spans and the ever-present onslaught of ads telling us how to find our soulmates, the question becomes: Whom do we entrust with our romantic futures?
The Bakken Museum, located between the Linden Hills and West Calhoun neighborhoods, testifies to the potential for science, technology and the humanities to make the world a better place.