Arts & Culture

Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) opens registration for a new session of continuing education classes on January 2. Looking to learn a new skill or take a class this new year?

Families of students bound for college in 2018: What if someone told you there’s an online platform where you can submit a single student profile to help you find scholarships?

An open-ended game that has no right or wrong way to play. Now make it fun for all ages, win or lose. This is the model Silly Street was invented to satisfy.

MnSpin, a new local music platform compiled by the Hennepin County Library system, will be available for your listening pleasure this month.

Hayim Herring and Terri Martinson-Elton were strangers until they decided to write a book together.

If the kitchen is the heart of the home, where better to invest? Meet Minneapolis designer Kate Roos of Kate Roos Design. It’s her job to turn kitchens into usable and meaningful spaces. The key, she says, is balance. Balance between homeowners’ needs, space and aesthetic.

Even before Lisa and Steve Shepherd decided to put their remodeling plans for their St. Louis Park 1939 Cape Cod home into action, they knew they wanted to work with Anchor Builders.

When it comes to getting a mortgage, people often come with a lot of questions. Brad Huegel, mortgage supervisor at SharePoint Credit Union, with locations throughout the metro including one in St.

Local author Dori Weinstein has recently released the third book in her YaYa & YoYo children’s book series, Hoopla Under the Huppah.

Over a year and a half ago, Kristi Shepherd started Reprise Skincare, a line of skincare products she developed herself. Realizing she was going to need more help, she reached out to the career and college center at St.

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