The Entertainment Guide


Rosen Method Bodywork

Rosen Method Bodywork uses gentle touch and words to relieve muscle tension or pain and to create more positivity and an enhanced sense of


Social Network Planting

By Amy Voight, A Team Landscaping, Inc Our human social networks can complement our everyday lives by helping us achieve success, pushing us to go further,


City of Thieves by David Benioff

Review by Emily Lloyd It’s winter in St. Petersburg during the siege of Leningrad, and 17-year-old Lev has never been so tired, hungry or

Introducing Local Treasures

One of my favorite parts about my job with The Entertainment Guide is the opportunity to travel and get to know our readership area, which spans


Wishes By Muon Thi Van

Review by Alexa Ochocki Illustrated by Victo Ngai In this story we follow a young girl and her family as they flee their homeland,


Who Was Laura Baker?

Northfield could hardly have been more welcoming. It was front page news when the Northfield News announced on June 18, 1898, that “Miss Baker’s boarding


Local Treasures in the City of Faribault

Faribault sits at the confluence of the Cannon and Straight Rivers and boasts international businesses beside long-run mom-and-pop shops, a lovely historic downtown, a


“Party Like It’s 1899”

You may remember Prince’s song, “Party Like It’s 1999,” which was popular as the new millennium approached. Well, Northfielders were in the mood to


Welcome to Lakeville

Lakeville is a great place to live, work and play! We are a thriving community with a population now estimated more than 65,000. There


Find your fun in Farmington

The City of Farmington is a growing community with nearly 24,000 residents. The city has many great restaurants, shops and more. If you are


Market on Oak Boutique

What is your favorite gift shop item? Milkhouse Candles from Iowa. What do you carry that is a surprise to shoppers? THYMES – a


Listening to Northfield

I grew up listening to a wide range of music from classical to country, to folk and jazz, to bluegrass and contemporary. My parents


Cedar & Sage

What’s your favorite item at Cedar & Sage? I love everything, but my favorites are probably the clothing and soy candles (I LOVE candles!)


Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld

Review by Jessica Peterson White With Rodham, Minneapolis author Curtis Sittenfeld brings us a very different take on speculative fiction by inviting us to wonder: what if


Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko

Review by David Wolff It’s fairly standard practice to describe a new fantasy series as epic in scope, but I’m at a loss for


Big Brother Has Wheels

Review by Jamie Stanley Big Brother is a farm kid fascinated by wheels. It starts when he is a small boy playing with his

Kosmo Esplan

Kosmo’s Korner July 2023

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but summer is here. Sunburn, mosquitoes, insufferable heat…this is what Minnesotans anticipate year-round. But there are at least