Some of Minneapolis’ most iconic art isn’t in a museum, or even inside at all. Rather, it's down alleyways.
When it comes to costume parties, the range of themes is intense. Few though, offer as unique an opportunity as the one presented by the Minneapolis Bouldering Project on Halloween night. Partiers faced only one requirement when attending this ghoulish shindig — to climb.
There are few things that can make "Harry Potter" better. The Minnesota Orchestra is one of them.
Who was the first person to climb up and ski down all seven summits? A woman. The first person to make countless first ascents of walls here in Minnesota? A woman. The star of every adventure film showcased at No Man's Land Film Festival? A woman.
On Friday, Studio Six MPLS in Northeast rang with reverb as the space hosted its first live musical event ever. An all-around media studio, the venue hopes to holistically fuel 612 culture.
The sunsets and conversation are amplified by the fire’s birch-bark-perfumed crackle. Snow waltzes silently through the icy superior breeze.
All along the river bank near Sibley Street in Northeast on Saturday, puddles of red stained the sidewalk. For over a decade, the Minneapolis Zombie Pub Crawl has taken place in downtown Minneapolis. This year it returned to Northeast, where it began in 2005.
Climbing a 3,000-foot wall of granite with ropes and a harness is stomach-churning to most. For one of rock climbing’s greatest, Alex Honnold, gear is an unnecessary accessory.
The first weekend of October in Minnesota can bring snow or tornadoes. Instead, last Friday brought Bea Miller and Steve Aoki.