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twin cities area book events july 16-23


dave page: “f. scott fitzgerald in minnesota.” 2 p.m. today. central library, 90 w. 4th st., st. paul; 7 p.m. wed. common good books, 38 s. snelling av., st. paul.






twin cities area book events july 16-23


dave page: “f. scott fitzgerald in minnesota.” 2 p.m. today. central library, 90 w. 4th st., st. paul; 7 p.m. wed. common good books, 38 s. snelling av., st. paul.






twin cities area book events july 9-16


carolyn porter: “marcel’s letters.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville; 10 a.m. fri. lake country booksellers, white bear lake.






twin cities area book events feb. 12-19


carolyn holbrook: “more than a single story.” 2 p.m. today. $10. the loft at open book, 1011 washington av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events july 9-16


carolyn porter: “marcel’s letters.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville; 10 a.m. fri. lake country booksellers, white bear lake.






twin cities area book events june 25-july 1


carolyn porter: “marcel’s letters.” 6 p.m. mon. white bear lake library, 4698 clark av., white bear lake.






twin cities area book events may 7-14


ian harding: “odd birds.” 1 p.m. today. mall of america rotunda, bloomington.






twin cities area book events may 28-june 4


quinton skinner: “odd one out.” 7 p.m. tue. magers & quinn, 3038 hennepin av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events may 1-7


bonnie st. john: “micro-resilience.” 7 p.m. mon. magers & quinn, 3038 hennepin av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events june 11-18


kevin hart: “i can’t make this up.” 1 p.m. today. mall of america rotunda, bloomington.






twin cities to host a dozen or more big-ticket sporting events thru 2021


a look at the big-time events coming to the twin cities.






twin cities area book events april 2-9


e.v. james: “the wish.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., rose­ville.






twin cities area book events may 28-june 4


quinton skinner: “odd one out.” 7 p.m. tue. magers & quinn, 3038 hennepin av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events april 9-15


jenny swartout: “the little one behind the badge.” 1 p.m. today. barnes & noble, galleria, 3225 w. 69th st., edina.






twin cities area book events april 23-30


vickie maas: “a sip from the cup of grace.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville.






twin cities area book events june 18-24


joanne cacciatore: “bearing the unbearable.” 5 p.m. today. magers & quinn, 3038 hennepin av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events jan. 5-12


janet decaster perrin: “dog tales and pup parables.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, roseville.






twin cities area book events april 16-23


jim walsh: “gold experience.” 6:30 p.m. mon. university of minnesota bookstore, coffman union, 300 washington av. se., mpls.






twin cities area book events may 21-27


diane keyes: “to wendy’s with love.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville.






twin cities area book events may 14-21


brian king: “the laughing cure.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville.






twin cities area book events march 19-26


lisa harris: “unveiled beauty.” 3 p.m. today. john fluevog shoes, 2900 hennepin av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events march 5-12


tom glaser: “full heart living.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville.






twin cities area book events may 21-27


diane keyes: “to wendy’s with love.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville.






twin cities area book events march 19-26


lisa harris: “unveiled beauty.” 3 p.m. today. john fluevog shoes, 2900 hennepin av. s., mpls.






twin cities area book events feb. 26-march 5


papa faal: “a week in hell.” 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble har mar mall, 2100 n. snelling av., roseville.






twin cities area book events june 4-11


al franken: “al franken, giant of the senate.” 1 p.m. today. common good books, 38 s. snelling av., st. paul.






fatal bat disease confirmed in the twin cities area


white-nose syndrome has reached the twin cities area for the first time.






5 must-do events this week in the twin cities food scene


five food-and-drink-themed events from around the twin cities:






remembering those who served: events scheduled for twin cities


several ceremonies are scheduled today around the twin cities to remember those who died in service to the country.






twin cities area book events feb. 19-26


emilie buchwald: “the moment’s only moment.” noon today. plymouth congregational church, 1900 nicollet av. s., mpls.






'nasty' storm hits twin cities; residents warned to 'take cover'


hail pelts many communities; electricity out for tens of thousands in the metro area and beyond; riders in bike event hustled to shelter north of twin cities.






'nasty' storm hits twin cities; residents warned to 'take cover'


hail pelts many communities; electricity out for tens of thousands in the metro area and beyond; riders in bike event hustled to shelter north of twin cities.






twin cities homebuilders having best spring in 10 years


housing construction in the twin cities metro soared in march to its best numbers in at least a decade, the builders association of the twin cities said friday.






it was a dark and stormy afternoon for the twin cities


other than some small hail on the western edge of the metro, no severe conditions have popped up as of early afternoon in the twin cities area.






it was a dark and stormy afternoon for the twin cities


other than some small hail on the western edge of the metro, no severe conditions have popped up as of early afternoon in the twin cities area.