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He may have shown the best singing voice in the finals but Chris Blue may be the best all-around talent.

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Roger Moore, star of 7 James Bond films, dies at 89 after cancer battle

British actor Roger Moore attends a news conference to promote his latest book "The World is My Bond" in Hong Kong in 2008.

Roger Moore, who starred as James Bond in seven movies, has died. He was 89.

Theater world loses vibrant 'light' with death of ex-Twin Cities actor at 34

Samuel Roberson Jr., who performed at Children's Theatre, Illusion and Pillsbury House before moving to Chicago, died Sunday at 34.

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A photographer captures goat losers at Minnesota county fairs

Not every goat or sheep can be a winner.

Before and after: Popular Nicollet Mall street corner changed drastically since 1960

Vintage photos show the corner of 6th and Nicollet in all its old-school glory.

How having a 'work spouse' contributes to happiness on the job

Work spouses have become so prevalent that psychologists have cited them as being essential to a positive work experience.

Quest for identity drives 'Refugia,' getting its world premiere at Guthrie

REVIEW: Premiere by Moving Company is a nearly three-hour patchwork with much to say.

The week's best Twin Cities jazz: Celebrating saxophone legend Lester Young

Birding: Secreats from the kingfisher's nest

You'll be lucky to spot one of these shy birds, which nest in soil or sand.

Word of the week: 'Ceraunophile' for lightning lovers and other strangers

Ad-skipping viewers force networks to adapt

The big TV networks refine their audience data amid competition from Google and Facebook.

Twin Cities' most influential Instagram food star is a suburban working mom

With more than 30,000 followers, social media star Kim Ly Curry has passion, persistence and "food porn"-quality photos. "Am I food-obsessed? Yes. I just love everything food."

'We can never forget': Volunteers to cover Fort Snelling with 20,000 flags for Memorial Day

The volunteer group hopes to one day place a flag next to every gravestone, which would total 200,000.

Hax: 'Dadzilla' seeks to take over wedding plans

Ask Amy: Unhealthy nutrition early in life might mean problems later

C.J.: St. Bonifacius native gets a diploma and a little Oprah time at college graduation

Oprah Winfrey was at the Agnes Scott College commencement in Decatur, Ga.


C.J.: St. Bonifacius native gets a diploma and a little Oprah time at college graduation
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Cookie dough from the Dough Boys in Rochester.

Cookie dough craze comes to Minnesota with not one, but two food trucks

Red Rabbit draws a crowd in North Loop, for good reason
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Chef documentary includes Steve Vranian of Gianni's in Wayzata

The Abbott boathouse pg. 43 from “Boathouses of Lake Minnetonka” by Karen Melvin and Melinda Nelson.

Lore and lure of Lake Minnetonka's boathouses come to life in new book

'Mysterious' modern boathouse on Pokegama Lake was designed for family fun
Tonkadale's new owner grew up tending plants at grandparents' garden center
Room-by-room guide to ditching clutter, 5 minutes at a time

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The alien monsters are back in "Alien: Covenant."

Ridley Scott's attempt to reboot 'Alien' with new film 'Covenant' works – sort of

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Mary Ann Papp, 75, said she was harassed by staff at Neilson Place, a nursing home in Bemidji, after her family installed a surveillance camera to monitor her care. Lisa Papp-Richards, her daughter, said she decided to install the camera after her mother developed unexplainable sores and complained of maltreatment. May Ann Papp, front, was seen in the nursing home with her daughter Lisa Papp- Richards Tuesday, March 21, 2017, in Bemidji, MN.] DAVID JOLES ï david.joles@startribune.com A Bemidji nursing home that repeatedly pressured a 74-year-old woman, and double amputee, to remove a surveillance camera from her private room was found responsible for emotional abuse by state health authorities. The decision by the state Department of Health is considered the first of its kind to affirm the right of Minnesota residents to put hidden cameras in their rooms without harassment. Mary Ann Papp installed the video camera in her room because she became concerned that the nursing home staff was not providing adequate treatment for her amputed legs. However, once the camera was installed, nursing home staff persistently pressured the elderly woman to remove the camera, and even removed the device at one point, causing her mental anguish, the state found.**Mary Ann Papp,Lisa Papp- Richards ,cq

Minnesota surveillance camera ruling a victory for nursing home residents

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5 nasty Minnesota bugs to watch out for this summer
Minnesota mother's lawsuit against child's gender transition is dismissed

Instagram influencer Kim Ly Curry (@kimlycurry) took photographs of dim sum at Jun in Minneapolis.

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Bacon takes center stage in cheeseburger at Erik the Red in downtown Mpls.
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Anthony and Amy Ongaro with their dog, Rocky, in their south Minneapolis home. .

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Scene + Heard: PACER Center gala
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Fashion industry to honor Gloria Steinem, Cecile Richards

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Edinburgh Castle looms above the Old Town district of the Scottish capital.

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Director Tyler Michaels led a rehearsal last weekend of “The Boy and Robin Hood,” the debut production of his new troupe Trademark Theater. Opening night is next Saturday at the Ritz Theater.

'Passion,' diversity and DIY spirit drive new Twin Cities theater companies

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