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Thirty ideas for improving St. Paul—ranging from the construction of a “floating museum” to mobile food shelves—are competing for a $1 million prize.
One Twin Cities orchestra has called off its remaining concerts this season, while another resumed performances and picked a new, albeit familiar, leader.
Nonprofits worry the change could mean that Minnesotans might be less motivated to donate because the current state tax break would be substantially cut.
Musicians agreed to salary cuts, and the orchestra will be reduced in size; players are now calling for the appointment of a new leader for the orchestra’s management organization, one that would replace its interim president.
Martin Williams’ new campaign for the Twins Community Fund works to reintroduce city kids to baseball.
Organizations combine efforts in new ways to tackle major problems.
How Brave New Workshop went about turning improv’s red ink into a diversified bottom line.
Museums are finding new ways to engage the public, in person and online.
Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra musicians, who have been locked out since October, have agreed to vote on management’s latest offer, although management must first reach a separate agreement with a national union.
Musicians rejected the latest contract offer but then proposed a few amendments—just hours before management was scheduled to meet and discuss the organization’s future.
Minnesota Children's Museum
June 01, 2013
Target Field Legends Club - Carew Atrium
June 06, 2013
Braemar Golf Course
July 17, 2013
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