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You Need to Try These 10 MN Restaurants with Outdoor Seating

There’s a familiar saying oft-repeated by Minnesotans: “Here, we have two seasons: winter and road construction.” Despite the onslaught of traffic cones and road closures that come with warmer weather, there is a reward for surviving the traffic nightmares– eating outdoors! As the weather warms up and the drinks cool down, many Minnesotans like to …

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This Little Girl is Changing Lives with Lemonade

Meet Lola. Entrepreneur. Philanthropist. Kindergartener. On most Saturday mornings from June to October, you’ll find this 5-year-old at the Cannon Falls Farmer’s Market, minding the till at Lola’s Lemonade. For twenty-five cents, you’ll get a cup of tasty refreshment, but the true impact of your purchase goes so much further. You see, Lola is a …

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7 Easy Ways to Keep Kids Busy This Summer in the South Metro Area

Summer: the season of longer daylight, backyard baseball games, and rootbeer-flavored popsicles. Perhaps the best part? Summer means no school! This time of year provides so much for parents and kids to look forward to, but it can also be stressful for adults who are combating boredom and attempting to keep bickering at bay. Though …

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9 Kid-Friendly Places to Check Out on Your Next Minnesota Summer Vacation

If you are planning your next family summer vacation to Minnesota, you should know that there is more to this great state than its 10,000 lakes and cold harsh winters. Let it be known that Minnesota is jam-packed with many exciting and educational things to do. These attractions are as equally entertaining for both adults …

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Small Town Goes Big Time: Sean Cook

When Sean Cook recalls his path from small-town Minnesota to the bright lights of Hollywood, he starts humming the Beatles’ tune “The Long and Winding Road”. “The techniques out of England were very different from the ones we were learning in the States.” After graduating from Cannon Falls High School, Cook thought he would pursue …

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A Son Celebrates His Mother’s Life Through Music

*Editors Note: Make sure to scroll to the end of the post, we’ve got Bo’s brand new video for “Right Here” which was just released today!  Bo Weber grew up on a dairy farm in rural Wisconsin as the youngest of four siblings. Bo had a natural talent of being a pest to his three older …

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