Arts & Culture

Jeff Nelson found a niche: filling in café, bar and restaurant chalkboard menus.
Shoemaker Amara Hark-Weber revives an old trade.
Beth Burns brings a lifetime of reading to her role as new president of the Friends of the St. Paul Public Library.
Mary McGuire Lynch has deep roots in Saint Paul and a design business focused on individualized attention.
St. Thomas professor Nathan Hill enjoying the success of The Nix.
Carol Bergquist takes to the skies 50 years after her father.
Tamara Prato leads James J. Hill Center in new directions.
Lowertown’s First Lady of Jazz, Pippi Ardennia, found a love song in Minnesota.
The Midway Public Art Working Group hopes to bring more public art to the Hamline-Midway neighborhood.
West St. Paul writer Susan Koefod’s young adult novel explores how women piece together identity.

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