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We usually don't need an excuse to take a walk down memory lane, but some events almost require it. Case in point: prom. We asked readers to take a look back at their prom photos, and got nearly 100 responses.
A look at the $166 million project, which is about 65 to 70 percent completed.
The 34th annual Art in Bloom at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The annual event is a four-day festival of fresh floral arrangements and fine art, presented by Friends of the Institute at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and sponsored by Bachman's.
The Prom Dress Swap and Shop (Fairytale Fashions for Food), will make its way to Park High School. It gives girls who can't afford a dress, the opportunity to buy a prom dress for $20
Guests to the Green Tie Affair were encouraged to wear green as a show of support for the Nature Conservancy, sponsor of the annual event. At this year's celebration of nature, keynote speaker and National Geographic fellow Joel Sartore talked about his Photo Ark project, a 25-year documentary project to save species and habitat. His project meshes seamlessly with the aim of the conservancy — to maintain a world where the diversity of life thrives.