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The amount of money given to good causes by Minnesotans is returning to pre-recession levels, as the state continues to be one of America’s most charitable. A study by the Minnesota Council...
December 06, 2014
Imagine having the original lyrics to a couple of early Bob Dylan tunes – typed up and annotated with handwritten notes by Bob himself during his coffee shop days in Greenwich Village. Think they...
December 04, 2014
In an abbreviated season, hastily organized after a lengthy lockout, the Minnesota Orchestra finished the year with a budget deficit of $650,000 – small enough that Board Chair Gordon M. Sprenger...
December 03, 2014
Here’s the news all sweet-toothed people have been salivating for: You’ll soon be able to buy boxes of Thin Mints online. Well, unless you’re in some parts of Minnesota. After...
December 02, 2014
November 21, 2014
Three metro record shops cash in on recent uptick in record sales.
A Minnesota nonprofit will pay $24 million to buy a collection of for-profit colleges that spans more than a dozen states. A new subsidiary of Oakdale-based Educational Credit Management Corp. will...
What might be the most surprising thing isn’t just how well things have gone in the 10 months since the end of the lockout. It’s that the changes happened so rapidly — after so much rancor.
November 19, 2014
With a final two shows on Saturday, the 11 Garth Brooks concerts are now history. The fan favorite is leaving Minnesota after breaking – and setting – some record concert numbers, both for himself...
November 17, 2014
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