Some days I get up and I’m just glad I live in the Twin Cities. Check out this tiny sampling of the sorts of arts & culture stuff available to us Twin-City-ites!
For a cool experience shopping ingredients for Hmong cuisine, check out the Hmong farmer’s market! http://m.mprnewsq.org/11138/show/0bd6455f7d7e66d9c688c895de37edfc&t=731263a91d06b6b9f477bd75c75958e6
This “punk grass” music group has the world’s best band name: http://m.mprnewsq.org/11138/show/f65e3d12e0fa64a2a17ab3f739c5a319&t=731263a91d06b6b9f477bd75c75958e6
Did you know Neil Gaiman lives near here? http://m.mprnewsq.org/11138/show/a5950f5f6dcd17dc4ffe4911f85a92dd&t=731263a91d06b6b9f477bd75c75958e6
Weird Al at the fair this summer! http://m.mprnewsq.org/11138/show/03f7c79ef615c544a6e775eac5736ccb&t=731263a91d06b6b9f477bd75c75958e6
This guy made something cool every day of the year, and now there’s an art show that lets us see all of it: http://m.mprnewsq.org/14206/show/8a1e0e9a2c817b965abdfc990dd8e4ae&t=731263a91d06b6b9f477bd75c75958e6
I really want to go to this street art show featuring miles of giant photos of people: http://m.mprnewsq.org/14206/show/18d79447fab21d3cf0bc3a1b872a5586&t=731263a91d06b6b9f477bd75c75958e6