Minnesota Opera

A wealthy woman is pursued by a peasant in Gaetano Donizetti’s “The Elixir of Love” with soprano Nicole Cabell and tenor Leonardo Capalbo. Details »

Moses Oakland

The longest-running bar jam session in the Twin Cities, hosted by the guy with the longest-flowing beard, the "The Legendary Blues Jam featuring Moses Oakland" has happily found a new home at the Cabooze. Details »

Dianne Reeves

The jazz vocalist from Detroit is up for her fifth Grammy for the album “Beautiful Life." Details »

Bob Mould

The guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and ex-Minnesotan known for his work with the indie-rock bands Hüsker Dü and Sugar. Details »






A wordless play that uses physical humor to tell the story of a slightly mad genius. Details »

La Cage Aux Folles

A long-standing gay couple meets the conservative parents of their son’s fiancée. Details »

The Color Purple

The musical adapted from the Alice Walker novel with gospel, jazz and blues. Details »

Shaping Sound

The contemporary dance group that starred on the reality TV show “All the Right Moves.” Details »






The surroundings at Borough elicit major North Loop loft envy, and the view from the kitchen counter seats makes diners appreciate the hard work that goes into cooking. Details »

Bar La Grassa

Can’t get into perpetually packed Bar La Grassa? The long kitchen counter is open for walk-ins, and it’s a front-row perch for watching chef Isaac Becker’s crew at work. Details »

Ling and Louie's Asian Bar and Grill

The ownership behind Rojo Mexican Grill turns to its attention east with Ling & Louie’s, dropping pan-Asian flavors into popular American standards. Cocktails include a number of splashy mules. Details »

Tiny Diner

It’s not exactly a kitchen counter, but the counter at adorable Tiny Diner offers a peek into the kitchen and its terrific breakfast-lunch-dinner ways. Do not skip the pie. Details »






Minneapolis-based artist Drew Peterson combines painting and printmaking for the colorful show. Details »

Vibrant Matters

Works by seven artists using unusual mediums including rusty cans, roadkill, animal hair and sausage casings. Details »

Russian-American Artists in Minnesota

Paintings and drawings by transplanted Russians Katia Andreeva and Konstantin Berkovski. Details »

The Works Museum

Hands-on fun learning about engineering, science and technology. Details »

World's Toughtest Rodeo

Real life cowboys and cowgirls compete in a variety of competitions. Details »

Vulcan Victory Torchlight Parade

The St. Paul parade route begins at 5th and Wacouta and goes westbound down 5th St. to Washington Av., to 4th St. and ends at St. Peter Street. Followed by the Vulcans’ overthrow of Boreas and a fireworks show. Details »







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