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'Hamilton' biographer comes to St. Paul with another poignant portrait

Ron Chernow at his home in Brooklyn.

"Hamilton" biographer sets his sights on another U.S. icon, but don't expect a Broadway musical.

Why a cruise could just be the perfect way to see Norway's fjords

Views of waterfalls tumbling down mountains glide by passengers on a cruise ship in Geirangerfjord, considered to be among the most beautiful fjords in Norway.

A cruise proves to be a grand way to experience the beauty of Norway.

A Minnesotan's double life: finance director by day, film director by night

Filmmaker Dave Ash at his home in St. Anthony, where he shot some of his new film, “Twin Cities.” BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Minnesota filmmaker Dave Ash at home in St. Anthony on Thursday, October 5, 2017.

Ecolab treasury director Dave Ash, whose movie "Twin Cities" debuts this week, does double duty to work out his demons.

Minnesota artists ponder: Should they stay or should they go?

Actors, painters and musicians weigh the pros and cons of living in the Twin Cities.

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On ABC sitcom 'The Goldbergs,' it's mother who knows best

Wendi McLendon-Covey has made "The Goldbergs" a hit by hugging it out.

Former Chez Panisse chef praises good ingredients in new home-cooking guide

A new cookbook urges the use of the market for inspiration for the dinner table.

Is it OK to put your dog's poop in someone else's garbage can?

It isn't really a legal issue, since it's unlikely you'll get sued, but it is a good-neighbor issue.

Minnesota 'water walker' hopes to save waterways from contamination

Every step is a prayer for an Ojibwe woman who leads "water walks" to call attention to pollution in rivers, lakes and oceans.

Twin Cities play 'Body and Sold' reveals grim truth of sex trafficking

Valencia Proctor, left, and Kendall Kent in Chain Reaction Theatre’s production of “Body and Sold.”

Eden Prairie-based social justice theater company hopes to raise awareness of issue.

New Minneapolis library is stunning inside and out

North Minneapolis has a new library, nearly two decades in the making, and it's as beautiful as it is functional.

Scene + Heard: Having a ball at Abbott Northwestern's Medicine Ball

'Hamlet' star is the fast-rising prince of Twin Cities theater

The starring role in "Hamlet" crowns a busy year for Kory LaQuess Pullam, whose ambition has energized the theater scene.

Lileks: How badly do we want the new Amazon headquarters?

Having Amazon would be a great boost for the Twin Cities.

You wish our obvious advantages were enough. But no, we have to compete with cities like Newark.

Tonight could be pizza night at these 3 Twin Cities restaurants

Hungry for pizza? Here are three surprising spots to try.

Ask Amy: Brother likes to 'antagonize' others with extremist views

Hax: Sister-in-law from hell torments her

KARE 11 and longtime morning anchor Kim Insley 'part ways'

Insley talked about some future plans in a video she posted on Facebook.


C.J.: Chris Shaw, Fancy Ray get serious about raising money for Lone Survivor Foundation
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The self-proclaimed “Best Lookin’ Man in Comedy” and a comic “rat” from the Adam’s Pest Control commercials were repeatedly upstaged by an accidental audience. I…

Review: Penumbra's superb 'Wedding Band' explores tension between private love and public intolerance

Penumbra explores interracial romance in the superb "Wedding Band."


Pizza from St. Croix Chocolate Co.

Tonight could be pizza night at these 3 Twin Cities restaurants

Burger Friday heads to an Edina supermarket, raves ensue
Mpls. coffee shop adds 2nd location, touts cheeky 'Starbucks PSL' look-alike
Tiny Tenant in Minneapolis serves big ambitions, 6 courses at a time

The showcase home’s great room, designed by Bonnie Birnbaum and Diane Lumpkin, features two-story windows to capture Lake Minnetonka views.

Massive mansion on Lake Minnetonka showcases super-sized luxury

Putting your garden to bed: What to cut back and what to leave standing
Secluded fairy-tale castle in Eagan hits market for $2.9M
Home listings: What $259,900 buys in the Twin Cities

Bob Dylan performs in 2010 in London.

10 reasons you should see Bob Dylan in St. Paul

Minnesota artists ponder: Should they stay or should they go?
Tribute to Triple Rock: It always did the job, now it's time for payback
Pick Six: Praise for Beatles Sirius channel, Pink, Replacements live, more

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KARE 11 and longtime morning anchor Kim Insley 'part ways'

David Letterman to receive Mark Twain Prize for Humor
E! cancels Joan Rivers' 'Fashion Police' after 22-year run
Fox renewed O'Reilly contract despite knowing of allegations

Filmmaker Dave Ash at his home in St. Anthony, where he shot some of his new film, “Twin Cities.” BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Minnesota filmmaker Dave Ash at home in St. Anthony on Thursday, October 5, 2017.

A Minnesotan's double life: finance director by day, film director by night

Top directors discuss 'the language of horror'
The abominable 'Snowman'
Movie reviews: 'Human Flow' by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and a Van Gogh animated mystery

Kellen Feeney, a physical therapist at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, used RobALT (robotic assisted locomotor training) technology to help get a young patient’s limbs moving.

Gillette Children's hospital celebrates 120th, still a rarity in the treatment of children with disabilities

Sign of the times: Minnesota marathoners rank better with age
Genes for skin color rebut dated notions of race, researchers say
University of Minnesota names new medical school dean

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Former Chez Panisse chef praises good ingredients in new home-cooking guide

Tonight could be pizza night at these 3 Twin Cities restaurants
Minnesotans describe Napa nightmare: 'There's fires everywhere'
Let pumpkin shine anew in a marbled brownie

Joan and Melissa Rivers in 2013.

E! cancels Joan Rivers' 'Fashion Police' after 22-year run

Scene + Heard: Having a ball at Abbott Northwestern's Medicine Ball
5 ways plus-size style stole the spotlight at New York Fashion Week
Christy Turlington Burns: Model harassment widely tolerated

Director Lea Thomspon with star Wendi McLendon-Covey on the set of "The Goldbergs."

On ABC sitcom 'The Goldbergs,' it's mother who knows best

Minnesota author Tim O'Brien looks back at making of PBS's 'The Vietnam War'
KQRS's Tom Barnard to be enshrined in National Radio Hall of Fame
KARE 11 and longtime morning anchor Kim Insley 'part ways'

Views of waterfalls tumbling down mountains glide by passengers on a cruise ship in Geirangerfjord, considered to be among the most beautiful fjords in Norway.

Why a cruise could just be the perfect way to see Norway's fjords

Travelers are running marathons on all 7 continents
Annual tundra swan show starts soon along the Mississippi
JetBlue coming to MSP: 6 things you need to know to get on board

Kory LaQuess Pullam rehearsed for his role as Hamlet at Park Square Theatre in St. Paul.

'Hamlet' star is the fast-rising prince of Twin Cities theater

Minnesota artists ponder: Should they stay or should they go?
Penumbra's 'Wedding Band' revisits the fight over interracial marriage
Review: Penumbra's superb 'Wedding Band' explores tension between private love and public intolerance

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera chuckles at a remark made by his friend, fellow poet Ray Gonzalez, at the Twin Cities Book Festival on Oct. 14, 2017.

BOOKMARK: Twin Cities Book Festival was filled with words and laughter

'Hamilton' biographer comes to St. Paul with another poignant portrait
Review: '100 Amazing Facts About the Negro,' by Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Review: 'Onigamiising: Seasons of an Ojibwe Year,' by Linda LeGarde Grover

Massive mansion on Lake Minnetonka showcases super-sized luxury

This year's designer showcase home event goes big — a mansion on Lake Minnetonka with something for everyone — even a room for the family dog.


Wine of the Week: Field Recordings Hidden Vineyard Franc 2016

Field Recordings Hidden Vineyard Franc 2016 Cabernet franc is not for everyone; it can be too herby or even a bit harsh for some folks.…


TV picks for Oct. 22-26: 'The Walking Dead,' 'Too Funny to Fail,' Amy Sedaris

Bloody Sunday If any TV show could use a few musical numbers, it’d be “The Walking Dead,” the relentlessly violent hit that keeps finding innovative…


Pick Six: Praise for Beatles Sirius channel, Pink, Replacements live, more

Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.


Hail, Caesar, on 'War for the Planet of the Apes'

Hail, Caesar! The “Apes” reboot reaches a breathtaking climax in “War for the Planet of the Apes,” in which a “simian flu” has decimated…