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The University of Minnesota is working with the Minnesota Orchestra to study aerosols, with hopes of getting musicians back on stage.
Talking Volumes guest rebuilt "The Yellow House" as a metaphor of America.
Two-year contract extension reverses cuts after a year if whole orchestra begins performing for a full audience.
Nurses and correctional officers tried lifesaving measures, but paramedics pronounced the 38-year-old dead.
Facing the uncertainties of the pandemic and mounting demands for social justice, artists are finding novel ways to connect with audiences.
A collection of boathouses on Lake Vermilion, built by miners, hint at the area's work-hard, play-hard past.
For decades, these leaders marched and protested, rallied and fought against injustice.
Radio execs say he was warned several times about copyright concerns in changing playlists.
In a staff shakeup, the Minneapolis art center tries to refocus on "what matters to people."
Some devoted State Fair lovers are crafting backyard homages, with classic booths and foods.