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Michael Keaton's take on Ray Kroc: All's fair in love, war and hamburgers

Michael Keaton is Ray Kroc in “The Founder.” Weinstein Co.

The star sizzles in film biography of McDonald's kingpin Ray Kroc.

Review: Lumineers' arena show not their 'Hey' day

Wesley Schultz of the Lumineers performed at Target Center on Thursday evening in Minneapolis.

Review: The folky trio's first arena tour landed with high spirits at Target Center.

For Twin Cities troupe Mu, 'Flower Drum Song' will be a celebration

"Flower Drum Song" at Park Square Theater

The theater troupe marks its anniversary with a piece of Asian-American history.

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Jon Wayne & the Pain celebrates feel-good new album

Jon Wayne & the Pain celebrates its fourth record this weekend.

The reggae-tinged rockers' First Avenue gig Saturday is next door to another release party by Tyte Jeff.

Bob Odenkirk updates status of his project on Minneapolis writer David Carr

Don't expect to see David Carr's "The Night of the Gun" brought to small screen any time soon.

Little things add up to a lot in Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson'

Low-key story of a bus-driving poet is clever, sweet and wise.

'20th Century Women' — coming of age in a new age

Filmmaker taps his own life for a look back at a mother-son relationship in the '70s.

Run to the hills! Iron Maiden finally returning to Minnesota June 16

The British metal gods' Xcel Energy Center show will be their first in town in 16 years.

Soul-baring Danish pop band Lukas Graham needs to mature onstage

Review: The hitmakers behind "7 Years" charmed a Top-40 crowd at the Myth, despite the frontman's confusing motormouth.

Sundance gets a frosty Minnesota hello from "Wilson "

Sundance poster for Twin Cities-shot comedy "Wilson" offers a frosty Minnesota hello

Woody Harrelson's Minnesota-filmed 'Wilson' debuts at Sundance

New "Wilson" trailer offers a glimpse of Woody Harrelson's confrontational comedy before its Sundance debut

TV picks for Jan. 19: 'The Trumps Go to Washington,' 'Baskets,' comedian Neal Brennan

Ticket alert for Jan. 20-21: Casting Crowns, Billy Joel, Phantogram, Tom Paxton and more

Twin Cities concerts of the week: Red Hot Chili Peppers at Target Center, Hoopsnakes reunite for a cancer benefit

Your guide to the Twin Cities' must-see shows this week.

Ask Amy: Couple should be smarter than their smartphone

Hax: Expecting too much of houseguest?


Sundance gets a frosty Minnesota hello from "Wilson "
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Sundance poster for Twin Cities-shot comedy "Wilson" offers a frosty Minnesota hello

Art and politics at Sundance 2017
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More politics than art take center stage at the opening day press conference for Sundance 2017


What's hot this week: The Great Northern, worldly dinners, cocktail classes

Downtown Minneapolis' new hangout: Mercury Dining Room and Rail
Look for a new version of Mexican at Baja Haus restaurant in Wayzata
Surly Brewing will tap 'Thanks Obama' beer on Inauguration Day

Ellen Akins and Steven Denker relax in their garden in Cornucopia, Wis.

Beautiful Garden in Wis. celebrates native plants and finds scavenged from ditches

Orono couple update their master bathroom for aging in place
Eden Prairie couple turn 'cookie-cutter' house into 'destination home'
Bake something special for your chickadees

Wesley Schultz of the Lumineers performed at Target Center on Thursday evening in Minneapolis.

Review: Lumineers' arena show not their 'Hey' day

Run to the hills! Iron Maiden finally returning to Minnesota June 16
Soul-baring Danish pop band Lukas Graham needs to mature onstage
Listen to and rate the 16 'Are You Local?' best-new-band semifinalists

'NCIS: Los Angeles' star Miguel Ferrer dies at 61

Paul McCartney files lawsuit against Sony/ATV over copyright
Alanis Morissette manager admits to $4.8M theft from singer
President-elect Donald Trump escalates Tom Ford fashion dis

Michael Keaton is Ray Kroc in “The Founder.” Weinstein Co.

Michael Keaton's take on Ray Kroc: All's fair in love, war and hamburgers

'20th Century Women' — coming of age in a new age
Little things add up to a lot in Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson'
M. Night Shyamalan's 'Split' comes together deftly

In the 1990s, Special K boxes featured findings that people who didn't normally eat breakfast lost more weight after they started doing so. Not mentioned on those boxes: Regular breakfast eaters who started skipping the meal lost even more weight.

Can breakfast help keep us thin? Nutrition science is tricky

Group seeks new rules on use of 'granny cams' in Minnesota nursing homes
1st US rules for pot in public fire up debate in Denver
Insurance equality? States push for cost-free vasectomies

Baking Central tackles French macarons.

Making macarons needn't be intimidating; patience is your friend

Beat the winter blues with salmon, noodles and a coconut-ginger broth
Resolution for health: Eat better in the new year
What's hot this week: The Great Northern, worldly dinners, cocktail classes

Five of the Twin Cities' biggest style influencers on Instagram.

'Almost like local celebrities': Meet state's biggest style influencers on Instagram

Scene + Heard: Best of the Best Showcase for dance teams
Ask the expert: How to style navy skirts without resembling a schoolgirl
Marlo Thomas hopes change can happen from inside the closet

Future of HBO's 'Mogadishu, Minnesota' still uncertain

MPR's Kerri Miller to host national call-in show during Trump's first 100 days
Home video review: Take thrilling 'Train to Busan' with S. Korean zombies
TV picks for Jan. 20-22: 'Rosewood,' 'Beaches,' Rolling Stones in Cuba, 'The Hunted'

The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express passes through Brenner Pass in Austria.

Aboard the legendary Orient Express, from London to Venice

In Chippewa Falls, Wis., fun flows from a revitalized riverfront
An Airbnb search — and a lesson learned
America's best kept secret: the empty beaches of American Samoa

"Flower Drum Song" at Park Square Theater

For Twin Cities troupe Mu, 'Flower Drum Song' will be a celebration

From Pepie to the Sasquatch, Minnesota's paranormal activity inspires artist
Twin Cities actor and director Richard Iglewski dies at 61
Review: The bizarre tragedy of a TV game-show winner, on stage in St. Paul

Louise Erdrich

Louise Erdrich, four other Minnesota writers finalists for prestigious national award

Teju Cole a double-finalist in PEN America awards; Graywolf has three books in the running
Review: 'Human Acts,' by Han Kang
12 books to read for understanding, community building, resistance and action

Theater classic 'Rhinoceros' to be staged at A Mill Lofts in Minneapolis

Rhinoceros Opens Friday: A poster animal for conservation, the rhinoceros is a charismatic creature of lethal strength and strong determination but poor vision. It is…


Artists in 'Worlding' create alternative universes at Minneapolis gallery

Worlding The title of this small group show invokes both active voice and a transitive verb, and with it, co-curators Patrick K. Pryor and Kate…


Mpls. radio exec dies in Puerto Rico trying to save son from drowning

"You want people like him in your life. … he always put others first."


Art and politics at Sundance 2017

More politics than art take center stage at the opening day press conference for Sundance 2017


For Minnesota performers, circus shutdown prompts shock, grief and nostalgia

Current and former Minnesota circus performers reflect on the end of an era.