Chef Don Saunders says his new 510 Lounge will focus on dinner and private events.
After weeks of hesitation, city of Chanhassen signs off on zoning permits.
Babs Tarr tunes into motorcycle racing.
Review: Her tribute Sunday at Orchestra Hall celebrated his commitment to causes.
Imprisoned for fatally stabbing a man, a Minneapolis transgender advocate is the subject of the new documentary "Free CeCe!"
The hit show's fans were saddened by the killings of two major characters.
Humans have a poor sense of smell compared with dogs, but they can teach us some of what their noses know.
REVIEW: Choreographer and artist Rosy Simas delivered an intense journey with "Skin(s)."
The tribute concert is over, and the museum is open. Here's how Prince's family should handle other posthumous projects.
A brother's encouragement helps carry a teen through the scariest part of a 14-hour climb.
Taylor Swift has had a drawn-out legal battle with Denver country radio DJ David Mueller.
This 5,000-square-foot house in Independence comes with 64 acres of wooded land, a tunnel to the barn — and a fireman's pole. You can have it for $1.495 million.
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At the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in Washington D.C., Bill Murray discusses winning the award and reveals his favorite Bill Murray movies, while Jimmy Kimmel and Sigourney Weaver pay tribute.
REVIEW: Told with fine music, "Baker's Wife" is a yeasty take on a small tale.
Review: Salt-N-Pepa and Rob Base were the bright spots in the well-attended retro-rap concert.
Best classical concerts of the week: Bach Society explores Lutheran music, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra premieres new work
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Longtime owners of modest houses in red-hot neighborhoods watch their community change around them.
Broken Bones singer Paul Janeway talks sophomore slump and Prince ahead of two-night First Ave stand.
The quirky pivot front door welcomes guests to this warm, contemporary-style home. With wide overhangs and shaded bands of glass, it boasts an open C-shaped…
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Designers share their pet peeves — and how to avoid them.
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When it comes to innovative (and crowd-pleasing) architecture, Hennepin County is developing a sterling track record. Here are four of the best: Maple Grove Library…
From a tattoo to a tribute concert Sunday in Minneapolis, the drummer is saluting her friend and ex-fiance.
Emmy-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien’s “PowHERful” conference for young women is rolling into St. Paul. The PowHERful Twin Cities Summit is Oct. 29 at St.…
The major U.S. stock indexes closed mostly lower Friday, capping a day spent wavering between small gains and losses. Phone companies were the biggest drag…
REVIEW: Choreographer Pavel Zuštiak asserts the human body's inherent beauty with an understated show at the Walker.
With a new work that includes a dance piece and art exhibition, Minneapolis artist and choreographer Rosy Simas highlights the diversity of urban Natives.
Both methods have advantages and drawbacks.