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Keith Haring at the Walker: Wholesome, Subversive, and Lots of Dicks

Art is for everybody—so expect a little bit of everything.

No Uptown Art Fair This Year, But! There’s a Brand-New Art Fair at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Plus rideshare lessons from Texas, the relationship between cremation and mercury emissions, and a Native vinyl collection in today's Flyover news roundup.

April 9, 2024

Meet the Minnesotans Still Determined to Create Covid-Safer Spaces 

Many consider the pandemic a thing of the past. These ravers, LARPers, and public health advocates don’t agree—and they're taking community care into their own hands.

‘There Is No Room for Hiding’: How Krump Created a Dance Community in Minnesota

The L.A.-born dance style, built around communal support, has a home in Minnesota.

February 23, 2024

7 Exciting New Books for Young Readers by MN Authors

Locally crafted literary adventures that transport you from the U of M to the Superior Hiking Trail and beyond.

U of M’s ‘Paint the Bridge’ Tradition Died Amid Controversy, But There’s a Push to Restore It

Students and faculty say they miss the visual and messaging appeal of the decorated Washington Avenue Bridge, which sparked free speech debates during the Trump era.

January 4, 2024

Friends and Neighbors Mourn the Loss of Dancer, Community Gardener Robert Howard Skafte

'Somebody walks in and they can't afford coffee, he’ll just pour them a cup.'

December 21, 2023

Recap: Let’s Tour Boubville, Duluth’s Punk Take on Bentleyville

This Christmas fest for weirdos was bigger than ever this year .

December 19, 2023

Minneapolis Stripper Awards Celebrate Pole Princesses, HBICs, and Sex Workers’ Rights 

'Strippers are the best. We’re fabulous and everyone else needs to catch up.'

December 5, 2023