Alice Cooper and Sinbad will perform at the fundraiser on Sunday.
The long-time curator and director is leaving after having joined the museum 40 years ago.
The nonprofit’s board has already launched a search committee to find Caruso’s replacement.
A decade into her tenure, Kaywin Feldman discusses disruption, reinvention and the dangers of relying exclusively on data.
With a downturn in donations, TCB asks CEO Sarah Caruso how the nonprofit's business model is adapting and what roles it plays beyond grantmaking.
The RedEye Rebrand helped Canine Inspired Change put a new paw forward.
A local nonprofit is helping low-wage workers overcome the crushing cost of car repairs.
Nonprofits and donors are frustrated by another year of problems on the state's largest day of online charitable giving.
900 Hennepin changes directions with the help of Minneapolis taxpayers.
How to host the perfect fundraising event for your nonprofit.
Is this harmony in health care?
Several noteworthy art shows and centennial celebrations helped the museum attract more visitors than ever before.
Public radio’s downloadable future.
Taxes, lawsuits and a guessing game over his ultimate worth are just part of the drama to come as experts unravel Prince’s financial legacy.
It’s part of the marketing agency’s annual pro-bono, 24-hour challenge.
Can two downtown Minneapolis park projects both green up in competition for philanthropic dollars?
Few businesses are located in the city's poorest quadrant. Can anyone change that?
Minnesotans have known about the huge disparities between whites and communities of color for years. How to close those disparities is another question.
One of the foundation's benefactors has strong ties to the university.
Minneapolis' newest cultural district has a flashy name and a goal of reviving the areas around Hennepin Avenue from the river to the Walker.
Iron Range tourist attractions band together to try to get northern visitors to think of more than the North Shore.
The companies’ charitable giving arms are concerned about a looming workforce gap.
Millions in losses made up by asset sales.
Bill Davis allegedly diverted at least $250,000 for personal use between his family and friends that paid for vacations and a new car.
The orchestra's finances might not be as stable as they seem.
American Public Media Group to take loss on sale.
How the popular music landmark is tackling changing trends and maintaining relevance in the dawn of digital.
In a world dominated by multiplexes, single-screen theaters have to differentiate to stay alive.
Founded four decades ago in Red Wing, Opportunity Services has 10 offices in Minnesota, three in Florida and one in Massachusetts.
A new report uncovers some surprising facts about the impact of immigrant-owned small businesses.