A beautiful urban landscape filled with parks, lakes and waterways.


  • Twin Cities Marathon Sunday, October 1, 2006. Not sure if you'll be here by then but it's a great race to be a spectator.
  • Intermedia Arts Immigrant Status: Contributions. September 28, 2006 - January 6, 2007 Opening Night Reception: September 28, 2006, 6:30 PM. Minneapolis and Saint Paul are experiencing an influx of immigrants. Intermedia Arts has done much to showcase their artwork.


  • 400 Bar
  • CC Club
  • First Avenue
  • Triple Rock


A list of people you've got to meet while in the Twin Cities

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Road Less Travelled[]

  • KFAI, a truly independant radio station in Minneapolis' West Bank has been around since the 70's. It's a different radio station every hour.
  • Downtown St. Paul is heated with firewood! The St. Paul District Energy Plant burns waste wood (mostly from trees cut down in St. Paul) and generates 25 megawatts of electricity plus heat to heat many of the buildings downtown. All from 100% renewable sources with zero net CO2 contribution.
  • Mercado Central Authentic Latin American Marketplace
  • In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre
  • The world's busiest airplane factory is located in Duluth, about two hours north of Minneapolis. Cirrus Design builds more airplanes each year than any other company, though these are four-seat personal airplanes not widebody jetliners. Cirrus airplanes are unique in that each plane has a built-in rocket-deployed parachute which lets the whole airplane descend gently to the ground in case of emergency.