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Philosophers ponder the meaning of Lego thanks to a new book co-edited by a University of Minnesota professor.
An architecture group hopes its design will help refugees, victims of natural disasters.
About 800 members of high school bands from around the state will take part in a revived University of Minnesota tradition.
During the halftime show Thursday, the 324-member band performed a synchronized tribute to the new Gophers coach P.J. Fleck.
Romance, like the scent of mini-doughnuts, is always in the air at the Minnesota State Fair.
The original Red's Savoy Pizza location, an institution on the east side of St. Paul's downtown, will be closing next month.
The young Irish woman who was doing her bit to help Great Britain found herself the bride of a GI from Minneapolis.
Katie Bono has turned her endurance skills from cross-country skiing to speed climbing mountains.
The "beer mile" has gone from an underground race for college kids to a challenge for elite runners — and Joe Sixpack.
At open auditions for the Minnesota State Fair's amateur talent contest, anyone can take a shot at stardom.