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Artists' Quarter jazz club to reopen as Vieux Carre July 14
The venue, which is in the basement of the Hamm Building in downtown St. Paul, will offer jazz, acoustic and other music Tuesdays through Saturdays. ...
Pilot in solar-powered plane sets aviation record
A sun-powered airplane landed in Hawaii after a five-day journey from Japan that smashed the previous record of 76 hours for the longest duration nonstop solo flight. ...
Legislator 2015 per diem reaches nearly $1.8 million
Some legislators collect less to cover costs than others. ...
Woodbury school forfeits football titles over ineligible player
A statement from the South Washington County School District says the student never lived at the residence listed on the paperwork his family provided. ...
Aspen Ideas Festival: Jon Meacham on Thomas Jefferson
Historian Jon Meacham gives an Aspen Lecture titled, "Thomas Jefferson Then and Now: The Legacy and Lessons of an American Original." He says Thomas Jefferson was brilliant and monumental, flawed and human, a man who was in tune with the broader culture of his time. ...
Holiday weekend outlook: Sunday severe?
Saturday, Independence Day, will be a fine day for parades, picnics and backyard family gatherings. There is just a chance of a few isolated brief thunderstorms late in the day. ...
No holiday from road construction this weekend
Road construction across the state means detours and delays for holiday travelers. ...
Minnesota officials warn of toxic algae after child sickened
It's not always clear when algae blooms are toxic, so it's best to stay away if the water has a foul smell. ...
Parts of social-sharing site Reddit go dark in apparent user revolt
An Internet insurrection is taking place on Reddit, where moderators have shut down many of the social sharing site's most popular sections in an apparent protest over the dismissal of a staffer. ...
Pizza farms offer reverse twist in farm-to-table movement
Some farms have shortened the distance between the plow and the plate. They're inviting customers over for pizza. ...
Wisconsin man accused of threatening to kill President Obama
A Wisconsin man is being detained in a mental health facility after authorities say he told a security guard he planned to kill President Barack Obama. ...
Wisconsin takes ‘a giant leap into corruption’
Minnesota has its political flaws, to be sure. Most of its important legislation is cut in back-room deals and we find out well after the fact that somehow, someway, an Iron Range lawmaker got a million dollars to replace an outhouse in the middle of nowhere. Sometimes lawmakers vote for things wit ...
Mayfly season begins. Hastings hunkers down
It's mayfly season along the Mississippi River. Hastings officials have turned out the lights at night to try to bring the disgust-o-meter reading down. ...
Digital boot camp graduates break with coder image
Prime is trying to change the industry to make it more diverse and kinder than the culture of the 'brogrammer.' ...
All-female tattoo shop makes its mark in male-dominated field
More women are getting tattoos these days. To give them an alternative to a typical tattoo shop dominated by men, Jackalope Tattoo in Minneapolis has an entirely female staff. ...
Eight charged in Louis Vuitton caper
The Louis Vuitton store heist took several police agencies on a chase from the west to the east metro Wednesday when the men tried to flee with the expensive merchandise. ...
Warm weekend; strong storms later Sunday
Seasonable temperatures today and Friday will give way to highs mainly in the 80s statewide on Saturday and Sunday. Dew points will do a slow climb on our way to Sunday, as well. Enjoy the lovely just-past-full moon that will rise after sunset this evening, at 9:21 p.m. in the Twin Cities. For lunar ...
Photos: A day in the life of an all-female tattoo parlor
When it comes to tattooing, male artists outnumber females by an estimated six to one. Jackalope Tattoo, with its all-female staff, is a reaction to that. On any given day, the Minneapolis shop is a blend of combat boots and kitty cats. ...
Health officials advise: Be careful with raw chicken entrees
Seven people have contracted salmonella infections in recent months after eating frozen, stuffed chicken entrees. ...
July Fourth fireworks or gunfire? How Mpls. cops hear it
Police officials say even trained professionals sometimes struggle to tell the difference between the two kinds of explosions. ...
Right to Marry
The Supreme Court made a historic ruling as they declared same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. Do you support their ruling?
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