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Women Chefs & Restaurateurs Closing Night Celebration

Sponsored: Hob nob with Women Chefs and Restauranteurs from MN and around the country. Great food and drink offerings from over 20 talented chefs!

Please join us for the Closing Night Celebration at the historic Old Milwaukee Road Depot in the Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, where over twenty local female chefs and restaurateurs will be featuring a delectable array of thoughtfully prepared bites and cocktails, showcasing the amazing talent, food and beverage we have in this region. 

Green Card Youth Voices

An exhibit featuring the personal stories of new Americans from a dozen different countries — explore the life journeys of these amazing LEAP High School students. Some fled xenophobia. All left behind loved ones. Each of them has shown tremendous resiliency, ample courage, and unabashed hope as they imagine their futures in this new country.

Runs now through April 20. FREE.
George Latimer Central Library, 90 W 4th Street, Saint Paul. 651-266-7000.

On Saturday, April 14 at 2 PM, the library will host Students Voices Live, a reading and Q&A session led by student authors featured in the exhibit.

LOL at the Library with Baddies Comedy Co.

Not your everyday library program! Enjoy stand-up comedy with Baddies Comedy Co. Local comedians Pierre Douglas, Bruce Williams, and Brandon Riddley offer up an evening of urban comedy entertainment. Presented by Saint Paul Public Library and funded with Minnesota Arts… Continue Reading →

LOL at the Library with Baddies Comedy Co.

Not your everyday library program! Enjoy stand-up comedy with Baddies Comedy Co. Local comedians Pierre Douglas, Bruce Williams, and Brandon Riddley offer up an evening of urban comedy entertainment. Presented by Saint Paul Public Library and funded with Minnesota Arts &… Continue Reading →

Advertise With Secrets of the City

We’re looking ahead to January 2018! We at Secrets of the City reach thousands of readers in MPLS + STPL—people just looking for fun stuff to know about—through our newsletters and social media channels and we’re continually growing. If you’d like to… Continue Reading →

Give The Gift of A Gift Card to The Draft Horse The Draft Horse is a deli, restaurant & bar located in FOOD BUILDING in Northeast Minneapolis. Our menus feature locally produced and sustainable ingredients—including Red Table Meat Co and Baker’s Field… Continue Reading →

It’s A Give Give Situation!

Purchase a Tiny Diner gift card and the restaurant will give you a 20% bonus card or they will donate 20% to Sabathani Community Center. The Tiny Diner and Farm is a small place with big ideas. We believe it’s… Continue Reading →

It’s A Give Give Situation!

Purchase a gift card to the Bird MPLS and the restaurant will give you a 20% bonus card or they will donate 20% to 2nd Harvest Heartland. Situated in the iconic Loring Park neighborhood near the Walker Art Center, The… Continue Reading →

It’s A Give Give Situation!

Purchase a Bryant Lake Bowl gift card and the restaurant will give you a 20% bonus card or they will donate 20% to Joyce Uptown Food Shelf. A vintage bowling alley, restaurant, and cabaret theater committed to supporting local and… Continue Reading →

It’s A Give Give Situation!

Purchase a Pat’s Tap gift card and the restaurant will give you a 20% bonus card or they will donate 20% to 2nd Harvest Heartland. Pat’s Tap is a Skee-Club and Gastro Pub serving locally farmed & organic ingredients—it’s also a… Continue Reading →

It’s A Give Give Situation

Purchase a Barbette gift card and the restaurant will give you a 20% bonus card or they will donate 20% to the Joyce Uptown Food Shelf. Barbette is simply good food, all day and night. In France they call it a… Continue Reading →

Hmong Film Fest: Best of the Fest Screenings

Join us for free film screenings and discussions presented by Qhia Dab Neeg, an international film festival advancing filmmaking and storytelling in the Hmong community. “Landlord” by John Vang, and “Waiting” by Sao Her Hayden Heights Library on Nov 8… Continue Reading →