Arts & Culture

In November, the Vadnais Heights Economic Development Corporation hosted its annual dinner at Jimmy’s Event Center to celebrate the businesses and organizations that make the northeast metro business scene so vibrant.

"Summer of '69" by Elin Hilderbrand and "This Tender Land" by William Kent Krueger

Faith Bastien of Lake Country Booksellers helps us revisit sunny days with these two book recommendations.

A student speaks with a support specialist at the Century College Resource and Support Center

In 2013, Century College opened a food shelf to help students who were experiencing food insecurity.

Amsterdam, a painting by White Bear Lake Area High School student Cole Kephart

White Bear Lake Area High School student Cole Kephart created "Amsterdam" in art class.

This year’s “Raise the Curtain” gala held on May 23 exceeded its goal by raising $65,000. Entertainment included Don Eidel on guitar and singers Quinn Shadko and Austin Lewis with Blake Brauer on piano.

A performance of "Dirty Business" at History Theatre in St. Paul

There are more than 200 theater venues in the Twin Cities featuring plays, musicals, comedy, improv and more.

The American Museum of Asmat Art

The Twin Cities offer a broad stroke selection of art museums.

An remodeled kitchen designed by Molly Howe Design.

Molly Howe of Molly Howe design shares an inspirational remodel of a Hugo kitchen, created with the needs of a busy family in mind.

Hill-Murray School senior Elizabeth Sutherland

Hill-Murray School senior Elizabeth (Ella) Sutherland struggled in school until freshman year. Then she got herself into gear.

White Bear Lake Area High School senior Isaac Maruyama

"You have to get involved in things you find interesting," White Bear Lake Area High School senior Issac Maruyama says.

Mahtomedi High School senior Ruby Ales

Mahtomedi High School senior Ruby Ales has some advice for students just starting high school: get involved.

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