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Minnesota's newest co-working spaces are designed to be a sexism-free hubs for professional women.
Murals are a new focus for the creative studio Burlesque of North America.
Robert Wilson re-imagines what a museum show can be.
The words 'Deport racists' were removed from a photo of the award-winning students.
The organization will perform in five cities, playing classical works and a new Mandela-inspired piece.
Minneapolis Institute of Art received $750,000 grant to study whether gazing at art can boost your empathy.
Arlene, a prolific artist who painted "circles of light" as a reflection of her deep faith, died in the couple's Minneapolis home on Dec. 16, days after their 47th wedding anniversary. She was 67.
Page and his wife, Diane, will exhibit their personal collection at the downtown Minneapolis library.
"The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane" will also be the company's first new work composed by a woman.
Ticket revenue was steady during the past fiscal year, but the orchestra recorded impressive results from a program designed to lure young people.