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Painting of Philando Castile's death on display in New York's Whitney Museum

“The Times Thay Aint a Changing, Fast Enough!” depicts Castile’s death.

On exhibit at N.Y.'s Whitney Museum, Henry Taylor's painting is both a sympathetic portrayal and a rallying cry.

Find a memorable burger at newest entry in the Mpls. food truck scene

Bushel & Peck, a mobile offshoot of the D'Amico & Partners cafe of the same name at the Mill City Museum, is embracing its burgers-and-fries skill set.

Walker exhibit raising new questions from American Indian artists

Artist Jimmie Durham at his studio and home, a former 12th-century convent, in Naples, Italy, Feb. 3, 2017. (Giulio Piscitelli/New York Times)

Some are disputing claims of Cherokee heritage by international artist Jimmie Durham, whose retrospective opens in Minneapolis this week.

NY stars of Guthrie's 'Sunday in the Park' make a home in Twin Cities

Two N.Y. actors make a temporary home here to play "Sunday in the Park With George."

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Family-owned its entire 65 years, Dairy Queen on Snelling closes for good

"We have developed many friendships and loyal customers over the years, and we will miss you."

Summer serial: Embark on Great Lakes adventure in 'Redemption's Run'

When a mysterious young captain arrives in her hometown of Bayfield, Wis., 12-year-old Kacie stows aboard his boat, Redemption, searching for answers about the father she has never known.

Fans have fun singing all night long with Lionel Richie

Review: In his first show back after knee surgery, Lionel Richie was a crowd-pleasing, singalong entertainer at Mystic Lake on Thursday.

Kiss' Gene Simmons abandons bid to trademark 'horns' hand gesture

KISS bassist Simmons has abandoned his bid to trademark the "horns" hand gesture, a staple at rock concerts for decades, according to paperwork filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

News of the Weird: Advertisers have an eye on you

Sound Advice: Car's 'equalizer' is a fancy term for a standard tone control

The ZVOX SB380 soundbar.

Review: Tap dance show by Kaleena Miller forgoes the flash and bears down on the beat

REVIEW: Rhythm rules Kaleena Miller's starkly staged "Shift," which features a different musician nightly adding to the percussive score.

Better health through the 'Lassie effect'

Remembering Twin Cities soul singer Sonny Knight, who found fame in his 60s

Sonny Knight performed at SXSW in 2014.

Making it to 69 is indeed a pretty good run. It nonetheless felt like Sonny Knight was taken from us too soon. But that's on us for not discovering him sooner.

Giant 1,000-foot slip and slide opening in northern Minnesota this summer

The Iron Range town of Chisholm, Minn., is planning to be the epicenter of summer fun for one big day in August, thanks to a 1,000-foot waterslide.

Ask Amy: Friendship can be tough to find in middle age

Hax: Domesticating a new live-in partner

C.J.: Floor director Tim Niccum leaves Fox 9 for better hours

He is leaving Fox 9 to work for BlueEarth Innovation, a Web development firm in St. Paul.


C.J.: Floor director Tim Niccum leaves Fox 9 for better hours
C.J.

He is leaving Fox 9 to work for BlueEarth Innovation, a Web development firm in St. Paul.

Ozzy Osbourne will rock Treasure Island outdoors on Aug. 11
Artcetera

Guitarist Zakk Wylde will be in the band for the first tour since 2006.


The patio bar at Psycho Suzi's in northeast Minneapolis takes full advantage of its site along the Mississippi River.

10 Minnesota eateries with spectacular food and waterfront views

Find a memorable burger at newest entry in the Mpls. food truck scene
Minnesota State Fair reveals 31 new foods including pizza burritos, cookie dough
Family-owned its entire 65 years, Dairy Queen on Snelling closes for good

Homeowner Lisa Griebel, center, with sisters Liz Knutson, left, and Kathy Keehn of One Day Design.

Mpls. designing sisters specialize in working with what you already have

Once-dreary lake cabin near Deerwood, Minn., gets a cheery makeover
Sisters who share St. Paul duplex tackle simultaneous kitchen makeovers
What to plant on your boulevard

Sonny Knight performed at SXSW in 2014.

Remembering Twin Cities soul singer Sonny Knight, who found fame in his 60s

Fans have fun singing all night long with Lionel Richie
Kiss' Gene Simmons abandons bid to trademark 'horns' hand gesture
Gregorian chants get a sacred encore and a showcase in St. Paul

Actor Johnny Depp introduces a film at the Glastonbury music festival at Worthy Farm, in Somerset, England, Thursday, June 22, 2017.

Depp's 'assassin' comments the latest in celebrity anger

Kiss' Gene Simmons abandons bid to trademark 'horns' hand gesture
Prince Harry: Rising to throne is more duty than desire for royal family
C.J.: Floor director Tim Niccum leaves Fox 9 for better hours

Optimus Prime in a scene from "Transformers: The Last Knight."

'Transformers' unfolds in nonstop — but fun — bombast

Masterful Christopher Plummer isn't enough to save 'The Exception'
Mpls. child development expert says Disney-Pixar stole her idea for 'Inside Out'
'Han Solo' movie turmoil: Ron Howard steps in after directors fired late in filming

During a family portrait in 2000, Molly Nash gives her 4-week-old brother Adam a kiss. Molly Nash received some umbilical blood from her brother, saving her from a fatal genetic disease.

'Little Frankenstein' is now a happy teenager

'Human Project' study will ask 10,000 people to share life's data
Get well soon? A healthier roommate could help
New frontier in cancer care: Turning blood into 'living drugs'

The patio bar at Psycho Suzi's in northeast Minneapolis takes full advantage of its site along the Mississippi River.

10 Minnesota eateries with spectacular food and waterfront views

Bourbon, from barbecue sauce to iced tea, makes July 4th tasty
Fire up the grill for this Caesar salad
Dine outside! 11 new Twin Cities patios to enjoy a summertime meal

Amazon is testing a new service for Prime members that allows them to try on clothes before they buy at no upfront charge. File photo of an Amazon worker at a distribution center in Nevada.

Amazon aiming to be the dressing room in your house

Ken gets a dad bod and man bun as part of Barbie world makeover
Hot new swimsuits for 2017 just won't work for most women
The Latest: Mastiff named Martha wins world's ugliest dog

Jessica St. Clair, Keegan-Michael Key and Lennon Parham in "Playing House."

After 'intense' cancer battle, 'Playing House' co-stars find 'deepened' friendship

'Pretty Little Liars' cast prepares to tweet goodbye
Home video: It's war out there in 'Hell in the Pacific'
Fortune Feimster gets ready to help kick off Pride Weekend in Minneapolis

A statue of Bacchus is on display at the Sissinghurst Garden and Manor in Kent, England.

How to spend the night in a quintessential British garden

Milwaukee's Summerfest celebrates 50 years
Changes afoot for travel to Cuba
Seeking your travel tales

Valentine (Mo Perry) with best friend Proteus (Christiana Clark) in "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" at the Jungle Theater.

Faces on Minnesota stages are becoming more diverse — but hardly 'colorblind'

Painting of Philando Castile's death on display in New York's Whitney Museum
Walker exhibit raising new questions from American Indian artists
NY stars of Guthrie's 'Sunday in the Park' make a home in Twin Cities

F. Scott Fitzgerald in the late 1920s.

St. Paul is throwing a big party for F. Scott Fitzgerald, and you're invited

REVIEW: 'The Jersey Brothers,' by Sally Mott Freeman
Audiobooks: Alec Baldwin, Sarah Dunant and Yewande Omotoso
Review: 'F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota: The Writer and His Friends at Home,' by Dave Page with photographs by Jeff Krueger

Mpls. designing sisters specialize in working with what you already have

"We edit a lot — not that we don't like their stuff, but most people have too much," says one of two designing sisters in Minneapolis who specialize in repurposing what their clients already have.


Once-dreary lake cabin near Deerwood, Minn., gets a cheery makeover

Big windows and crisp red-and-white interiors refresh a 1920s cabin on a lake near Deerwood, Minn.


Wine of the Week: Mas Fi Brut Cava

Mas Fi Brut Cava Very few wines deliver as much complexity at reasonable prices as Cavas. Exhibit 1A: The delicious, refreshing Mas Fi Brut…


TV picks for June 25-29: 'Can't Stop Won't Stop,' 'Prime Suspect: Tennison,' 'GLOW'

May the force be with you Helen Mirren is nowhere to be found in “Prime Suspect: Tennison,” but you’ll scarcely miss her thanks to a…


Pick Six: Praise for Grateful Dead, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Adam Sandler, Sonny Knight, Semisonic

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