Going Out

Two beers, one dark and one light

We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate Oktoberfest, that quintessentially German tradition, around Lake Minnetonka. Prost!

The Minnesota Street Road Association hosted their annual car show in June, drawing thousands of participants and spectators.

Open since 1897, the Hamline Church Dining Hall on Dan Patch Avenue is the longest consecutive running concession stand in Minnesota State Fair history.

It’s not every day you get to work with a legend, and Rick Born, of RB Productions, and producer of Wayzata’s James J. Hill Days Beach Bash Concert can attest to that. James J.

Here’s what’s happening at this year’s community-run Spirit of the Lakes Festival.

July 16

After rocking success during its inaugural year in Saint Paul, the Lowertown Blues Festival is back with a host of first-rate blues performers for 2015. Following a merger with the

After a huge success during its inaugural year of 2014, German Fest on West Seventh Street comes back to the historic Schmidt’s Brewery in Saint Paul for another weekend celebration of Minnesota’s German heritage and traditions.

Every summery Thursday night, starting June 4, downtown Excelsior comes alive. Girls of all ages gather for themed nights of celebration—complete with local deals and live music.

The Germanic-American Institute kicks off summer with its annual Deutsche Tage celebration in Saint Paul. Originating in the 1960s in Highland Park, Deutsche Tage is now held at the Germanic-American Institute on Summit Avenue.

"If you love someone deeply enough, anything is possible. Even miracles.” So says Mr.

The State of Hockey came to Saint Paul in January and events included hockey games at Holman Field.

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