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The process of identifying owners and buying or condemning “eyesore” properties, City Council President Barbara Johnson says, is bureaucratic “paper jungle” that inevitably takes time.
Charitable donations by individuals, corporate charities and foundations are on the upswing again in post-recession Minnesota. Citing the most recent numbers available in a report by the Minnesota...
First Avenue in Minneapolis is apparently going to stake out some new turf in St. Paul, the Star Tribune reports. The owners of the iconic music venue are getting ready to buy the Turf Club, a...
Minneapolis officials recently announced that it has made changes to an ordinance in an effort to increase the transparency of organizations that provide banking services to the city.
The owners of Dogwood Coffee Bar, Regla De Oro, Butter Bakery Café, and Hot Indian Foods discussed their entrepreneurial endeavors.
Users of CaringBridge websites will be able to select Hallmark-produced phrases and images to include when signing “guestbooks”; the partnership also includes a greeting card contest.
Osmo Vänskä, who led the Minnesota Orchestra for the last decade, resigned after planned Carnegie Hall concerts were canceled.
The fate of Osmo Vänskä as the director of the Minnesota Orchestra hangs in the balance as a crucial date arrives Monday in the contract dispute between musicians and management, the Star Tribune...
The Minnesota Orchestra board has made another contract offer to its locked out musicians as it tries to end an 18-month contract dispute. The Pioneer Press reports that the offer made by the...
No money changed hands in the nonprofit mega-merger, which creates an entity with annual revenue of approximately $180 million.
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