“The Boxer by artist Richard Merchán is a beautiful representation of his loose impressionistic approach fueled by strategic hints of color perfectly placed throughout the composition,” says Hollie Blanchard, co-founder of The Art Girls Minneapolis
Arts & Culture
Drink specials, exclusive shopping and thousands of tiaras can only mean one thing: It’s Girls Night Out season in Excelsior.
When it comes to entertaining during the summertime, there’s no better spot in Minnesota than outside near a lake.
Dick Owens is an avid hunter, craftsman and self-proclaimed Dumpster diver. All three of these titles, however, are closely related.
It’s rare for a first-time novelist to get as much attention as Tea Obreht has for her novel, The Tiger’s Wife. Born in Belgrade, Obreht has lived in the United States since age 12.
Some books catch our eye more than others. With three new children’s books that revolve around a family of fictional characters living in Minnesota, this series makes us feel right at home.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s Books in the Garden series is not your ordinary book club.
Celebrating its 31st year, Art on the Lake is bigger and better than ever.
Peter Andreos traveled from sunny Greece to snowy Minneapolis and opened the Pure Food Café in Minneapolis with his new bride, a Norwegian Lutheran named Olga Sollie. To fit in with these northern Europeans, Peter changed his surname to the more anglo Andrews.