Tips and Articles for Minneapolis/St. Paul

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The blazing concrete jungle may seem to lack foliage, but look again. You can still find a shady patch of grass behind the skyscraper down the street.... Read More

Seattle | New Orleans | Minneapolis | PhiladelphiaSeattleBy Kimberly Brown Seely Long an industrial-strength zone of low-slung warehouses, truck yards... Read More

I will admit to having had initial misgivings. First, the name (mini-apolis), which sounds like Greek for "tiny city." Second, the fact that it has more... Read More

Summer is on its way out the door, ushering in the brisk, fresh fall weather. To answer the questions of where to go and what to do, we’ve found six... Read More

Buying vintage clothing isn’t a novel concept. Like many people, when I started shopping for used clothes during my high school years in Minnesota, I... Read More

The Hot HotelDenverBold faces have been jockeying for rooms at the $75 million Ritz-Carlton, Denver, which upped the city’s glamour quotient when it... Read More

The LookOn the heels of Minneapolis’s remarkable architectural double-shot—Herzog & de Meuron’s Walker Art Center and Jean Nouvel’s Guthrie Theater... Read More

It may come as a surprise, especially to Midwesterners, but right now the most exciting architecture in America can be found in the Midwest. It all... Read More

Jean Nouvel wears all black, all the time, but the Parisian is a master of designing buildings saturated in moody, powerful primary hues. His first... Read More

Cooking courses ... Austria drive ... South Pacific a deux ...I'd like to attend an amateur cooking course in the United States. Do any of the... Read More

There's no shortage of smaller American cities attracting attention these days for cutting-edge art and architecture. But Minneapolis, it's fair to... Read More

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