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The Stroll

The Stroll

The Stroll, penned and drawn by Andy Sturdevant, is a weekly look at the art, architecture, history, and visual culture of the Twin Cities — with each article focused on one geographic area, shown in a hand-drawn map. The Stroll draws readers' attention not only to traditional works of visual art but also to architecture, street art, historic sites, public art, advertising, artists' projects, and events on the streets and sidewalks around town.

Capitol Heights: idiosyncratic homes, a Brutalist overlook — and a sad historical marker

St. Paul's Capitol Heights neighborhood was, at one time, a very prosperous residential district, filled with mansions built by the city’s early political and commercial elite.

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The Stroll

Minnesota State Fair T-shirt bingo

T-shirts at the State Fair are always an interesting referendum on the public’s tastes, interests and general attitudes about life in Minnesota.

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The Stroll

Green Line treasures from Lexington to Lowertown

Strolling the new light rail line with Andy Sturdevant, Part 2.

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The Stroll

Hockey, hip-hop, and other Green Line highlights

Strolling the line with Andy Sturdevant, Part 1: West Bank to Hamline Ave.