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As America celebrates Presidents Day, kids kick up their heels with a day off school. Wondering what to do to keep them occupied? Here's a list of ideas, including free events, happening Monday in the Twin Cities.
The spookiest holiday of the year lands on a weekend, which means there's more opportunities for tricks and treats. We've conjured up a few suggestions for all ages.
Students across the state get two days off, so when they (inevitably) get restless, stay occupied with this list.
In this season of giving, many choose to give their neighborhood a little extra illumination, despite the jolt to their electric bill. Here's a list of where you can find the best holiday light displays in the Twin Cities.
The colorful, bright lights of December keep limos on the road, chauffeuring families and groups of friends to see the holiday lights.
Does your apartment/condo complex decorate decks for the holidays? Are you a home homeowner that fills your yard with lights, nativity scenes and more? We…
Forget pricey cheese curds and footlong hot dogs. The most sought-after items at the Minnesota State Fair don't cost a cent.
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In the month of February, some people might read a book or watch a documentary. One local woman is hoping you'll get social on Saturday.
Homeowners across the Twin Cities have bedazzled their yards with the usual glut of holiday lights. But this year, people aren't just driving by -- they're getting out of their cars to interact with the displays.
'LOST EGYPT' Opens Oct. 13 at Science Museum of Minnesota The mysteries of this north African country are unearthed in a traveling exhibition. Find out…
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