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Kahlil Robert Irving’s ‘Archaeology of the Present’ Hints at Excellence but Suffers from Sterile Setting

The innovative exhibit suggests a promising first chapter of an unfinished book.

March 10, 2023

Freeloader Friday: 57 Free Things To Do This Weekend

Shop at the Black Market, dance at Rock the Cradle, and see tons of free music shows.

March 10, 2023

The Old Streetcar Tracks Are Reclaiming Uptown

Plus MNHS union triumphs, plans to help trans visitors from out-of-state, and an APM castoff gets new life in today's Flyover.

How Bad Is the Cyberattack on Minneapolis Public Schools?

We asked local cybersecurity expert/MPS parent Ian Coldwater.

This Week on the Big Screen: Murderous Unicorns, Anime Robot Boobs, Heather Locklear

Pretty much every movie you can see in Twin Cities theaters this week.

How Minneapolis’s Sign Painters Keep the City’s Spirit Alive

As the city evolves—for better and worse—its hand-painted signs remain a colorful celebration of small businesses.

March 9, 2023

Minnesota Wild Appear to Celebrate Homophobia on Pride Night

Plus MPS flunks cyber security, a new pedestrian mall possibility, and observations on the Strib food critic in today's Flyover.

The History of Lake Minnetonka’s Bays, Points, and Islands

Take a deep, deep dive into the history of Minnesota's ninth-largest lake.

March 8, 2023

Vegan Ice Cream Shop Crepe & Spoon Will Close After the Summer Season

The Northeast ice cream and crepe joint opened in 2017.

March 8, 2023