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Ordway Seeking Nominations for 2010 Sally Awards



19th annual Sally Ordway Irvine Awards to honor extraordinary achievements in the arts
 
 

SAINT PAUL, MINN. - October 7, 2010 - Ordway Center for the Performing Arts is seeking nominations for the 2010 Sally Ordway Irvine Awards.  These prestigious awards, now in their 19th year, provide an opportunity to recognize and honor extraordinary achievements ... Continue reading Ordway Seeking Nominations for 2010 Sally Awards

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Celebrating Earth Day 2009 in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Area


By Megan Torrini


Created in 1970, the Earth Day concept is based on the belief that all human beings have a moral responsibility to protect the Earth.


The Minneapolis-St. Paul area has a lot of Earth Day events planned, so gather your family members for a day of eco-friendly activities and the opportunity to join together for a global o ... Continue reading Celebrating Earth Day 2009 in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

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April's monthly meal planner is up, filled with great dinner ideas.


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Green Shopping Guide


By Keri Greenwald


So you're thinking to yourself that it is that time of the year again and although you love the parties and seeing everyone looking their best, shopping for the holidays is a total pain in the *ss!


Have no worries: I am here to help with a timesaving and earth-saving Green Shopping Guide. Now, breathe in that clean Twi ... Continue reading Green Shopping Guide

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Everything Twin Cities

Looking for something fun to do with the kids? Or great shopping tips in the Twin Cities? Check out our Things to Do section. Our Twin Cities picks review everything from parks to pet-friendly outings to top weekend getaways.


Did you know you cal also subscribe ... Continue reading Everything Twin Cities

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The Splendor of Fall in the Twin Cities


by Megan Torrini


Autumn in Minnesota is a wonderful time of year. Unfortunately, the season between summer and winter in these parts is far too short. For Minnesotans, that means getting out the calendar and planning your weekends now, before the cold and snow make their brutal appearance.


Three Rivers Park District

The Thre ... Continue reading The Splendor of Fall in the Twin Cities

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What's Going on in the Twin Cities?


Find out what's happening in the Twin Cities. Did you know you can subscribe to the Momtalk events calendar?


Stay abreast of local happenings right from your inbox! You can also be notified when new events are listed or subscribe to our RSS feed.


You can let us know about upcoming events, too, by s ... Continue reading What's Going on in the Twin Cities?

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Pet Friendly Hot Spots in Minneapolis-St. Paul


by Megan Torrini


Minneapolis-St. Paul area locals love their dogs, and there are lots of places to take them. So no need to leave your best buddy at home, check out the doggie hot spots:


Dog Parks
The backyard can get pretty boring, and those dog owners who live right in the city may not even have a backyard--so ... Continue reading Pet Friendly Hot Spots in Minneapolis-St. Paul

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Take the Train to Minnehaha Falls For a Fun Local Trip


by Stephany Wiestling


Take the light rail (LRT) from Mall of America or downtown Minneapolis to Minnehaha Falls for a fun couple of hours in a gorgeous and historic park.


I checked the website and found some helpful tidbits. The fare is $1.50 for adults, $.50 for kids ages 6-12, and free f ... Continue reading Take the Train to Minnehaha Falls For a Fun Local Trip

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What's Old is New (and Hip) Again


by Megan Torrini


Nearly all of us are concerned about the economy these days, and not to mention the hit it is taking on our pocketbooks. Budget clothes shopping, such as consignment shops, stores that sell vintage clothing and discount clothing stores used to get a bad rap- but those days are gone. These days it's hip to have articles of clothing t ... Continue reading What's Old is New (and Hip) Again

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Out and About with Food Sensitivities: Still Me - Allergy Free


By Melisa Priem


Ironically, food sensitivities are affecting a growing number of Americans during a time when people are eating out more and cooking less. Fortunately, many restaurants are responding to the increase in food sensitivities as gluten-free menus are slowly becoming as acceptable as kids' menus. National chains such as Outback Steakhouse, Wildfire ... Continue reading Out and About with Food Sensitivities: Still Me - Allergy Free

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Minneapolis-St. Paul...An Impressive List


by Megan Torrini


With such a remarkable list of things to do and places to be, it's no wonder the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area ranks high in most every category. Minneapolis - St.Paul is a great place to visit and an even better place to live. Sure we're biased-we love our hometown.


Education
The Minneap ... Continue reading Minneapolis-St. Paul...An Impressive List

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Community Service: A Family's Guide to Getting Involved


It's easy to feel disconnected, as many parents juggle work, family, and activity after activity. But there are a number of things that can help bring us back together - playing a game, going for a hike, or cooking a meal as a family. One of the most satisfying, fun, and productive ways to unite is volunteering for community service projects. Not only does it help bring familie ... Continue reading Community Service: A Family's Guide to Getting Involved

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A Trip to the Farmer's Market Can Be a Family Tradition

By Elsa Cremer


Crisp lettuce, sweet, ripe strawberries, moist, warm banana bread and bright, fragrant flowers. If that isn't enough to convince you of a short drive to your local farmers market, then maybe this will help inspire you. There are so many reasons to visit and shop local farmers markets, more than meets the eye. Besides the fact that most produce sold at the ... Continue reading A Trip to the Farmer's Market Can Be a Family Tradition

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Giving Once, Giving Twice

By Julie Burton

This holiday season, you can feel twice as good when buying gifts for friends and loved ones. Many local, national and on-line retailers and manufacturers donate a percentage of their overall sales or sales of specific items to charitable causes-which makes it possible for you to make your shopping more purposeful by purchasing gifts that keep on giving.

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Twin Cities Child Care Centers


Anoka Child Care Center
3738 7 Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303
763-427-1897


Learn & Grow Child Care Center
13142 Central Ave NE
Blaine, MN 55434
763-757-9898


Hillcrest Child Care Center
9100 Russell Ave S
Bloomington, MN 55431
952-881-5330


Montessori School & Child Care Center of Brooklyn ... Continue reading Twin Cities Child Care Centers

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