Cheep Date Night

  If you’re looking for a way to hook that special sweetie you’ve been eyeing, or if you just need a reason to get out on Monday night, then you need look no further than Bryant-Lake Bowl’s Cheap Date Night. From 6 p.m. to midnight, $28 gets you two entrées, a bottle of wine or […]

Vintage Postcard

Vintage postcard will take you back to 1904 banking center in Minneapolis   Marquette Avenue and 4th Street. In the center stands the Minnesota Loan and Trust Company building. Built in 1889, it was originally called the National Bank of Commerce. Apparently they narrowed their focus after a while. Its proud little Roman neighbor to […]

Faribault Woolen Mill opens downtown store

Faribault Woolen Mill Co. recently opened a store in downtown Minneapolis, the first expansion of its retail footprint outside its headquarters.   The shop carries Faribault Woolen Mill’s blankets, throws, scarves, pillows, bags and accessories. The brand’s latest collection features utility blankets made from 75 percent recycled wool and a Scout line, its Civil Ware […]

Swiss Artist to Transform Mill City Museum into Light Art Sculpture on October 6

Swiss Light Artist Gerry Hofstetter has chosen Mill City Museum as Minnesota’s signature venue for his Light Art Grand Tour USA. Hofstetter says he works around the globe “transforming monuments and landscapes into light art sculptures for a short moment in time, as a way to highlight their history and importance to the world.” The art is also meant to […]

Guthrie presents Frantenstien Playing with fire

It’s just a short walk from The Legacy to the Guthrie Theater to enjoy the newest offering of Frankenstien Playing with Fire. This captivating retelling of Mary Shelley’s classic tale imagines an ethical, emotional dialogue between a dying Frankenstein and his Creature where they attempt to right their greatest wrongs. Wurtele Thrust Stage Now – […]

Tour St Anthony Falls Laboratory

For anyone who has traversed the Stone Arch Bridge and wondered, “What is that place?” – here’s your chance to find out first hand! Public tours will be part of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL) 80 year celebration. Below are the tour dates, registration links, and a description of what to expect. Tours of the St. Anthony […]

Moving Hacks

“Hindsight is 20/20” — it’s a cliche adage, but it’s pretty accurate when it comes to moving! It seems that you always wish you organized differently, planned more, or simply had an easier way to navigate the moving process. Luckily, we’ve got you covered! These hacks are the most comprehensive guide to staying ahead of moving woes. […]

Biking Your City

Minneapolis has some of the best biking this time of year! Just a few steps outside the doors of The Legacy you can access some of the best biking trails in the city. If you want to explore more check out this years 2018 Minneapolis Bike Tour. Sunday September 16th.  This tour will bring together […]

Japanese Festival

Como Park Japanese Obon Festival    Sunday, August 19th, 3 PM – 9 PM  Bonsai, martial arts, singing, dancing, drumming, delicious food and a host of other cultural exhibits and demonstrations will line several paths throughout the grounds of the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory for the 20th annual Como Park Japanese Obon Festival. The Como Park Japanese […]