My name is Tim Turner and I am the owner and massage therapist at T Squared Massage and Bodyworks. I work with men and women who are interested in improving their wellness.

2627 East Franklin Ave Suite 201
Minneapolis, MN 55406
M and Th 9-6, Wed. and Fri 9-12, Sat. By appointment.

The Great United Noodles Easter Egg Hunt

04/19/2014 - 10:00am - 11:00am

The Great United Noodles Easter Egg Hunt

Ayurveda Spring Cleanse

03/30/2014 - 6:00pm - 05/04/2014 - 6:00pm

5 Week Ayurveda Spring Cleanse Workshop at Big River Yoga.  Each week will focus on specific aspects of mindfulness, nutrition, and lifestyle changes from an Ayurvedic perspective to guide you

Big River Yoga is a local, independently owned yoga studio in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis.  Our mission is to awaken the consciousness of people to rea

3336 East 25th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Daily Classes

Social Media & Other Storytelling Tools for Community Organizers with Cirien Saadeh - Pre-registration required

04/01/2014 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

This class is for those who have taken “Storytelling for Community Organizers: So What?” or have experience in storytelling.

Revolution Church

03/02/2014 (All day)


We meet in the Cedar Cultural Center on Sunday mornings at 9am.

MUSIC REVIEW | Freddy Votel and Davu Seru Drum Duet with Paul Metzger and Transitional Species at Seward Café

Saturday night the Seward Café was abuzz with locally blended experimental and improvisational music. Earlier last month I saw another show of the same genre at the Seward and my only complaint was a small audience. I think word is getting out. There were more people last night, who braved record cold temperatures to see these guys.


MUSIC REVIEW | Paul Metzger, Suzuki Junzo, Jesse Peterson and Forgotten Works at Seward Café: Secret gem of a concert

Sunday night I saw a show that should have been standing room only in almost any venue. As it was there was plenty of room at the back of the Seward Café for four stellar, yet unconventional, musicians. Headline was Suzuki Junzo on tour from Tokyo. Apparently this was his second time to Minneapolis. Last time he played, it was more of a noise set; this time is was an eerie set of love songs. I only know they were long songs because a friend who speaks Japanese said one chorus told of a dear friend and a knife. It proves the point that song lyrics are always better when you don’t understand them.


A fond farewell to the Twin Cities Daily Planet

Photo by Sarah Harper

In November 2007, I joined the Twin Cities Daily Planet as assistant editor. I asked Daily Planet editor Mary Turck if I could also be arts editor—since, after all, there were only two of us—and she said something along the lines of, “Sure, why not?”

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