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Newly appointed assistant conductor Roderick Cox conducts the Minnesota Orchestra during their Symphony for the Cities performance at the Lake Harriet Bandshell in Minneapolis on Monday. Every year the Minnesota Orchestra presents a series of free outdoor concerts called Symphony for the Cities. Other Symphony for the Cities performances: -Wednesday, July 1 at the Hilde Performance Center in Plymouth -Thursday, July 2 at the Winona Lake Park Bandshell -Monday, July 6 at Lakefront Park in Hudson, Wisconsin.
The National Senior Games, a 13-day event that began Friday in the Twin Cities, isn’t your grandfather’s sports festival — unless your grandfather is a triathlete, javelin thrower or point guard.
Supporters of same-sex marriage rejoiced around the nation after Friday’s Supreme Court groundbreaking ruling allowing gay unions in all 50 states.
With gorgeous weather and a free concert, about 6,000 music fans flowed into the St. Paul Saints new stadium Saturday to hear New Orleans legend Dr. John at the signature event for the 17th annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival, which is staging free concerts in parks and clubs around St. Paul.
Eden Prairie’s Bearpath was Minnesota’s first gated community, and 20 years later few developments have followed in its footsteps. It stands alone with its 24-hour guardhouse, mansions and green space.