Don’t miss Sky Pesher at Minneapolis Sculpture Garden & Wurtele Upper Garden

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and Walker Art Center‘s Wurtele Upper Garden are prime examples of two of our cherished resources… the arts and the Minneapolis Park System, which is consistently ranked #1 in the nation. The iconic Spoonbridge & Cherry by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen is one of most photographed symbols of Minneapolis. I love.

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Awesome Kaleidoscope creature lands in Silverwood Park!

The path along the lake in Silverwood Park has an amazing new art installation… Sara Hanson’s “Travel Capsule: Bio Scenic Cyto Squad. Mission: Collect and Reflect the Ecology of Silverwood Park, St. Anthony, MN”.  This fabulous 3 Rivers Regional Park with a focus on art and nature is a perfect setting for this creative kaleidoscope reflecting.

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Trading size for location

Millennials and Baby Boomers have more things in common than you might think… including putting location above size when buying a home. In fact, many in both generations prefer smaller, well appointed, energy-efficient spaces in amazing locations. Take this house below that relocating Baby Boomers are buying. It's small by most standards, with only 1,128.

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Twin Cities Regional Parks get more visitors than the Mall of America!

Love living connected to nature with opportunities for outdoor recreation and just plain fun? It is hard to find a metropolitan area more committed to parks and trails than the Twin Cities! Not only is the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board ranked the #1 Urban Park System by the Trust for Public Land, the Twin.

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Grand Ole Creamery… making homemade ice cream since 1984

I confess to being an ice cream snob… fostered by our wonderful, independent, locally owned Twin Cities homemade ice cream shops. When we moved here in 1987 we were elated to discover Grand Ole Creamery in St. Paul and Sebastian Joe's in Minneapolis, both founded in 1984 and both scooping heavenly treats. Many more amazing.

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Staying in the Twin Cities This Weekend? Well, check out the pools!

Remember the city "pools"? They were rectangular concrete holes in the ground. Now, we have beautiful aquatic playgrounds! Sprinklers, chutes, slides, tubing and more! And they are still evolving for even more fun. Most kids love these places and could spend hours there. Moms love it, too! Farmers tans might hold backs some, but who.

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Spring is in the air around Lake Harriet in Linden Hills

Minneapolis was ranked 6th best city for an active lifestyle in 2016 and it is nowhere more evident than around its city lakes. Although Easter was the first full day of spring this year, it was on Monday that spring was really in the air. The sun shone, temperatures rose, and people came out in.

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