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Saint Anthony Park

A village within the city, Saint Anthony Park feels a bit like New England: hilly, with curving streets, a jewel-box Carnegie public library built in 1917, and a retail center that boasts three of the city's most tasteful and popular establishments: Micawber's Books, the Finnish Bistro bakery-cafe, and Muffuletta, which describes itself as a "chef-driven bistro." The expansive campus of Luther Seminary (it's Lutheran) adds a note of studious reverence to the area.



October Arts and Culture: Stars, Skin(s) and St. Paul Art Crawl 25

With autumn in MSP comes "the season," meaning so many art exhibitions, performances, parties and festivals that you could attend several events every evening. Here are our must-do's. 


Four Craft Coffee Roasters Building Buzz in MSP

Who are the local players behind MSP’s craft coffee scene? These four local roasters are undeniably at the movement’s fore, sparking a revolution in how we talk about roasting and experience tasting.  

Minnesota Fringe Festival

August Arts: A Few of Our Favorite Things

Not-to-miss Fringe shows, a neighborhood happy hour, beer and bikes…a few of our favorite things for August arts and culture.    

St. Anthony Park Community Garden

Flower Plots and Food Forests: Community Gardens as Living Examples of Neighborhood Commitment

The Bancroft Meridian Garden, founded in 1996 on a lot along 38th Street in South Minneapolis, began as a flower garden. But communities change. So do their gardens. Now it's a food forest for the neighborhood.

The Floating Library

July Arts and Culture: Floating, Reading, Feasting and Exploration

Farm-fresh produce, handmade books on a floating library, historic walking tours along the Green Line and feasting locally are our top picks for July arts and culture in MSP.   
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