After scrolling through pictures of penguins, lions and seals equipped with cameras, read Ben Palosaari's Q&A with Marine biologist Greg Marshall, inventor of National Geographic’s Crittercam on Culture to Go.
Part art car event, part extreme sport, part monster truck rally, sleds created by local artists from cardboard, wood, plastic, steel and frozen peas hit the slopes of Powderhorn Park on Feb. 16. An X-Wing Fighter, a wooly mammoth and a whale were just a few of the entries.
The Walker's "Worlds Away" exhibition, which opens Feb. 16, is concerned with suburban landscapes. Rather than portray the suburbs either as utopian or dystopian, the artists displayed use images to explore the complex dynamics in suburban life. Here is a selection of images from the show.
Vikings fans, players, and alumni gathered in Mille Lacs for some snowmobiling, drinking, and fundraising for the Vikings Children's Fund, which raises money for pediatric medicine and other non-profits that benefit young Vikings fans. Read Eric Refsland's review.
Leonardo's Basement, the community arts workshop in Kingfield, held an adult class in ice sculpture this month. The results were colorful works of art that liven up the bus stop at 43rd and Nicollet in front of Anodyne Coffee House.