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Entrepreneurial immigrants bring the flavors of their native lands to restaurants in the Heartland.
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300 miles, 450 dogs and a rare breed of humans: 400 volunteers brave ice, snow and sleepless nights to host the longest mushing event in the lower 48.
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Solve a mystery at Cedar Point's new attraction this summer, learn about Wisconsin's agriculture industry in Manitowoc and check out a new literary festival in Minneapolis.
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These Minnesota accommodations—treehouse, tipi, train car, lighthouse and more—blend whimsy, comfort and kitsch for a one-of-a-kind experience.
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October 2 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System Act signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Today, the National Trails System includes 11 National Scenic Trails, 19...
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Minnesota’s new natural history museum might impress Mother Nature herself. Check out its green roof, planetarium, bird-friendly windows, restored dioramas and hands-on exhibits.
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As craft beer goes fully mainstream, breweries are looking beyond the pint glass, pairing hops and yeast with history and novelty.
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Rich in scenery, agriculture and outdoor rec, this state college town about 80 miles southeast of the Twin Cities appeals to families, bicyclists and anyone seeking a laid-back weekend getaway.
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St. Cloud, about 70 miles up the Mississippi River from the Twin Cities, hums with a youthful vibe as home to several colleges, rocking concerts at Lake George, Beaver Islands paddles, and back-to-...
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Come to cross the gentle headwaters of the Mighty Mississippi, and you’ll fall in love with the virgin pine forests, tranquil blue lakes and bike trails that make Itasca State Park and the Park...

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