Our new issue tours the University of Minnesota’s newly transformed Northrop Auditorium and a wide range of eye-catching home remodels.

Plus: WCCO’s Jason DeRusha on the roof.

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Our fourth annual video competition returned to the Walker Art Center big screen in March. Click over to Videotect to find out who won the jury prizes and Viewers’ Choice award.

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We celebrated our May/June issue with a standing-room-only event at the Room & Board store in Edina. The all-star panel included, from left to right, Bill Lyons, Assoc. AIA, Charles Stinson, AIA, Andrea Swan, AIA, Jennifer Yoos, FAIA, Vince James, FAIA, and David Salmela, FAIA. View the full gallery of Brandon Stengel photos here.