The Entertainment Guide


This is Northfield

Northfield offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages and is bursting with vibrant culture, esteemed academics, celebrated arts, progressive technology and a


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,


A’BriTin Catering

What is A’BriTin’s most popular dish? Mac and Cheese. What do you offer that is a surprise to clients? Hitch and Sip Trailer, a


Farmhouse Market

What’s your favorite item at Farmhouse Market? Whole Grain Milling popping corn with melted Hope butter on it. They go together and are both


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,


Relativity at DJJD on September 11

Relativity, formed in 1999 by spouses Toby and Sandy Jensen, is one of the longest continually performing bands in the Northfield area, averaging 30 gigs


Pop Culture Entertainment at Home

During the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, we are all looking for ways to keep our minds active and engaged. The Entertainment Guide is collecting many


Marquardt Jewelers

What’s a favorite item at Marquardt Jewelers? Every and all engagement rings. Being part of such an important part of a couple’s life is


Granny Basketball Recalls Bygone Era

The Wanamingo Bulldogs and the Faribault Hot Shots have just completed a basketball scrimmage at the Faribault Community Center one cold Monday night in


Lakeville Area Arts Center

Lakeville Area Arts Center resides in the former All Saints Catholic Church, which was built in 1932. When the church moved to a larger


Unforgettable Sid Freeman

“No matter where you go in the United States, it has been said, you will find someone who knows that Jesse James raided a


Home Network File Sharing

By Chad Aldrich, Aldrich Technology Consulting More and more of us have data to share with other family members or even outside of the


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


The Wild Winter Swan by Gregory Maguire

Review by Sylvie Weissman Gregory Maguire’s The Wild Winter Swan is a miraculous little book. It’s Manhattan in the 1960s, and teenaged Laura Ciardi – mostly

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


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


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

Past Aprils

“Masquerade Ball! Easter Monday, April 7, 1890, at the Opera House. Tickets $1, gallery 50¢ with the privilege of dancing after 11 o’clock. Everybody


A Delightful And Sustainable Landscape

By Amy Voight, A Team Landscaping, Inc Here are some elements to consider when creating sustainable outdoor solutions: Shelter: Trees are a main supplier of shelter –


The Inferno of Dante

A new verse translation by Robert Pinsky New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1994 Reviewed by Edward Malnar Come for lurid visions of