We are still in St. Paul, Minnesota, continuing our summer road trip. The visit wouldn’t be complete without a stop downtown at the Fitzgerald Theater.

Built in 1910, and originally named the Sam S. Shubert Theater, the Fitzgerald Theater is home to The Prairie Home Companion, the weekly National Public Radio variety series hosted by Garrison Keillor. Currently owned by Minnesota Public Radio, the theater serves as venue for a range dramatic and musical works. In 1994, the theater was renamed in honor of St. Paul’s native son, F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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