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Minnesota-born fashion photographer celebrates beauty in new book

“Florals” by Mary Katrantzou, 2012.

REVIEW: Excelsior native Erik Madigan Heck presents a painterly approach to fashion photography.

Via City Stay, Twin Cities teens 'see how other people really live'

Minnehaha Academy students Daniel Rose and Peter Shaffer, both 14, hung out with Ken Vue and his daughter Diav, 7, while staying at the family’s home in St. Paul.

Twin Cities high school students learn about local immigrant cultures through weeklong home stays.

Musical memorial pays tribute to Minnesota conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski’s sons, Paul Sebastien, left, and Nicholas Skrowaczewski thanked the audience for attending and the orchestra for hosting the memorial service for their father at Orchestra Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

Fellow classical musicians remember the conductor's contributions to music and culture remembered in an emotional gathering.

Busy, bookish Minnesotans are going all in on audiobooks

Easy access, more titles and higher production values boost the appeal of audiobooks.

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McKinney Roe owner taking over former Masa space on Nicollet Mall

The Southern-inspired operation, with a major wines-by-the-glass component, will open in November. The menu, like the restaurant's name, is still in development.

Registration open now for F. Scott Fitzgerald conference in St. Paul

The annual international F. Scott Fitzgerald Society Conference will take place this summer in the writer's hometown for only the second time in its history.

Want fries with that? Park Square presents a speeded-up 'Macbeth'

REVIEW: You might call this a drive-through "Macbeth." Already one of Shakespeare's shortest plays, this condensed version takes just 90 minutes.

For 3rd straight year, Minnetonka school sending student to National Spelling Bee

Will Rooke turned away 48 competitors during last week's metro competition. Five others from the state also made it.

Taking your e-mail with you on vacation? Don't, more companies say

Worried about overwork, companies are cutting off employees who are away, when technology allows people to field work e-mails at all hours.

C.J.: WCCO-TV's original 'Good Question' anchor Ben Tracy is headed to China for CBS News

'Bones' stars reflect on 12 years of record-breaking TV

Despite long odds, Fox series "Bones" kept rattling on. It concludes its 12-year run Tuesday night.

Who gets to keep the dog in the divorce?

New laws are changing the way pet ownership is handled in the event of a breakup.

A tumble in the night, and a family's life is changed

Celebrated Twin Cities playwright Carlyle Brown copes with the recent stroke of his wife, Barbara Rose-Brown.

The word of the week: Deplarious

Ask Amy: Jealous guy has girlfriend rattled

Hax: Affair with boss piles up the problems

Three official Prince books due at 'Celebration' at Paisley Park

One deals with fashion, another musical instruments and one with 'Celebration.'


Three official Prince books due at 'Celebration' at Paisley Park
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One deals with fashion, another musical instruments and one with 'Celebration.'

Dylan's handwritten lyrics for unpublished song 'Wisconsin' are for sale
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The 1961 tune includes such misspellings as Wow Wow Toaster.


Dubbed the "Land of New Restaurants" a few years, the Bellecour Cafe is among the thriving eateries in Wayzata and was seen Thursday, March 23, 2017, in Wayzata, MN.

Wayzata restaurant openings show a hunger to dine out in the suburbs

McKinney Roe owner taking over former Masa space on Nicollet Mall
Key to Sunday wine sales: Listen to the customer
"The Perennial Plate" filmmakers plan new series, on immigrants

The rooftop condo’s large terrace is the place to party under the stars.

For $1.7M, you can have posh penthouse loft with terrace overlooking North Loop

A Plymouth couple transformed their entire home in vibrant color
Architects share strategies for creating your dream home
How to style collections

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski’s sons, Paul Sebastien, left, and Nicholas Skrowaczewski thanked the audience for attending and the orchestra for hosting the memorial service for their father at Orchestra Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

Musical memorial pays tribute to Minnesota conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

Bon Jovi builds a new 'House' in sold-out Xcel Center marathon
Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang show their Hendrix experience at Mystic Lake
N.W.A., Judy Garland, Bowie to be enshrined by Library of Congress

FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2015 file photo, Bob Dylan accepts the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year award at the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year show in Los Angeles.

Finally: Bob Dylan to formally accept Nobel Prize this weekend

Lamar Odom regrets affairs, says cocaine helped end career
Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan, Clay Pell to divorce
Abby Lee Miller quits 'Dance Moms' before fraud sentencing

“Wilson” (with Woody Harrelson) took a swing through locations across the Twin Cities area in summer 2015.

Like doofus hero Woody Harrelson, Minnesota-shot 'Wilson' is oddly lovable

Danny Boyle set out to tackle new challenges with 'T2'
We know the end of 'Life' from the start
On eve of Oprah movie about Henrietta Lacks, feud consumes family

In this undated photo made available on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 by Case Western Reserve University, Bill Kochevar feeds himself, in Cleveland, Ohio. A paralyzed man was able to feed himself for the first time in eight years, after doctors implanted electronic sensors into his brain and arm that restored the broken connection between them. Kochevar, 56, was paralyzed from the shoulders down after a cycling accident in Cleveland nearly a decade ago.

Brain and arm implants help paralyzed Cleveland man feed himself

More women with breast cancer opt to remove healthy breasts too
Buds, plants, pollen arrive with the warm weather
Healthy eating is riding high in America – and so are Twinkies

Lynne Rossetto Kasper, photographed at Cooks of Crocus Hill in St. Paul.

Lynne Rossetto Kasper dishes on 'Splendid' career as she retires from radio show

Springtime in the kitchen with an asparagus and leek tart
Be bold and roast a whole head of cauliflower
"The Perennial Plate" filmmakers plan new series, on immigrants

“Florals” by Mary Katrantzou, 2012.

Minnesota-born fashion photographer celebrates beauty in new book

American Swedish Institute exhibits fashions from extreme Nordic climes
Scene and Heard: St. Paul student artists recognized
Talent agency Wilhelmina signs rapper Nicki Minaj

Lynne Rossetto Kasper, photographed at Cooks of Crocus Hill in St. Paul.

Lynne Rossetto Kasper dishes on 'Splendid' career as she retires from radio show

Minnesota film critic switches over to the director's chair
Home video: Potter prequel 'Fantastic Beasts' works its magic
Former KARE anchor Paul Magers announces retirement

Tour boats await passengers in downtown Amsterdam. Amsterdam's canals criss-cross the old city making it easy to see it by boat. The traditional houses here are tall and skinny, and furniture has to be lifted into the upper rooms from the outside.

A weekend in Amsterdam? Yes, please

Midwest Traveler: Searching for Czech heritage in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
'So where are you from?' Traveling Minnesotans really get around
United barred girls in leggings from boarding flight to MSP, witness says

Penumbra founder Lou Bellamy and his daughter Sarah Bellamy tour the "Penumbra Theatre at 40" exhibit at the Minnesota History Center.

Minnesota theater icon Lou Bellamy reflects on 40 years of Penumbra

Can Mpls. choreographer capture our 'greatest ugliness' with new ballet?
New boss of Hennepin theaters is a veteran arts leader raised in Wisconsin
Musical memorial pays tribute to Minnesota conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

Fundraiser planned for St. Paul poet Brett Jenkins

Registration open now for F. Scott Fitzgerald conference in St. Paul
Bookmark: Books to spark joy when read out loud
REVIEW: 'Lenin on the Train,' by Catherine Merridale

Dylan's handwritten lyrics for unpublished song 'Wisconsin' are for sale

The 1961 tune includes such misspellings as Wow Wow Toaster.


On eve of Oprah movie about Henrietta Lacks, feud consumes family

BALTIMORE -The e-mail from her sister said “Read Now!” so Veronica Spencer sat right down to open it. Maybe it was about the soon-to-be released…


N.W.A., Judy Garland, Bowie to be enshrined by Library of Congress

Judy Garland’s “Over the Rainbow,” N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton,” and the 1971 debut broadcast of NPR’s “All Things Considered” are among the recordings set to…


TV picks for March 30: 'Harlots,' 'The Amazing Race,' 'Hud'

Trash talk It’s hard to forget you’re watching “Harlots,” a battle-of-the-brothels drama set in 18th-century London, when the tarted-up characters keep spitting out the…


Former KARE anchor Paul Magers announces retirement

The longtime Minnesota favorite enjoyed a 38-year career in broadcasting