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Heading Uptown? The Minneapolis theater is celebrating 100 years

Does time fly when you’re having fun? Well, Minneapolis’ Uptown Theatre – which is already celebrating its first century of existence – had to get permission from aviation authorities...

May 31, 2016

As Sculpture Garden closes to expand, the Walker remembers the man who created it

The Sculpture Garden is now closed. The 19-acre outdoor art space in Minneapolis is undergoing renovations and an expansion – including more trees, more space, a new entry pavilion for the Walker...

May 11, 2016

RedEye Rebrand

StoneArch Gives Nonprofit A New Look

It’s part of the marketing agency’s annual pro-bono, 24-hour challenge.

May 10, 2016


The Secrets Inside Glensheen Mansion

Duluth’s Glensheen mansion nearly doubled its visitor count in recent years. After shifting its marketing strategy, it is reaching new audiences.

April 29, 2016

Science Museum lands $14.5 million contract with NASA

NASA has given the Science Museum of Minnesota a huge contract to help inspire the next generation of science explorers. The St. Paul museum announced that it landed a $14.5 million contract to...

April 28, 2016


How Green Is My Capital Campaign?

Can two downtown Minneapolis park projects both green up in competition for philanthropic dollars?

April 01, 2016

A larger concert venue could be coming to the St. Cloud area

City officials got to see the preliminary designs for Waite Park’s proposed amphitheater this week. And according to the St. Cloud Times, it could be the biggest concert venue in the St...

March 26, 2016

Masonic Children's Hospital gets $2.5M donation to treat victims of child abuse

The University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital got a $2.5 million donation to help the hospital better treat the thousands of kids who are abused and neglected every year. The Otto...

March 15, 2016


Spurned Turf: Why Minneapolis' Northside Lacks Jobs

Few businesses are located in the city's poorest quadrant. Can anyone change that?

February 24, 2016


DEED's New Opportunity Office Aims To Make Economy Inclusive For All Minnesotans

Minnesotans have known about the huge disparities between whites and communities of color for years. How to close those disparities is another question.

February 23, 2016

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