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In 'National Gallery,' filmmaker Frederick Wiseman turns the camera on art
Documentarian Frederick Wiseman's latest film focuses on the National Gallery in London, home to 2,400 of the world's finest paintings. ...
Screen Time: Best film feasts
On this week's Screen Time, we discuss films that revolve around feasts. ...
Photos: Twin Cities protests highlight racism, brutality
Protests at the University of Minnesota, at a police station in south Minneapolis and marching down University Avenue in St. Paul all focused on racism and police brutality in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of a black man in Ferguson, Missouri ...
Justice Ginsburg has heart procedure; is resting comfortably
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 81, "experienced discomfort during routine exercise" on Tuesday. A Supreme Court statement said doctors inserted a stent in her right coronary artery to address a blockage. ...
EPA proposes new rules to curb ozone levels
The rules will likely face opposition from industry groups and Republicans. The Clean Air Act requires a review of standards every five years. ...
New cookbook shares recipes from top Twin Cities restaurants
Stephanie Meyer joins The Daily Circuit to talk about her new collection of recipes from local chefs. ...
'Blackout Wednesday' a dangerous day for drivers
Law enforcement officials say today, which some call "Blackout Wednesday," is one of the biggest drinking days of the year. ...
Winter storm warnings issued south of metro
More than 8 inches has already fallen in Winnebago and parts of south central Minnesota. Meanwhile, a nor'easter will make things tricky for those traveling to or from the East Coast. ...
Photos: Betsy Bowen printing up something new
For her most recent book, "Plant a Pocket of Prairie," Betsy Bowen says she tried something new, layering woodcut prints of prairie grasses and adding free-hand painting. ...
St. Paul superintendent apologizes for Ferguson tweet
Valeria Silva says she "reacted emotionally" but wasn't trying to "challenge the judgment of the police or the grand jury." ...
‘It’s over.': Nora Purmort shares story of her husband’s last moments
“It’s over.” That’s how Nora McInerny Purmort began the blog post Tuesday evening about her husband Aaron’s death. He died of brain cancer. The tumor was discovered in 2011. It reappeared not long before their child was born in 2013. The Purmorts shared their story o ...
Meet the woman who tech giants turn to for finding new leaders
Jana Rich leverages an extensive network, an outsider aesthetic and a lot of "touchy-feely" analysis to find good fits for top offices at Silicon Valley's fast-rising start-ups. ...
Will the U.S. military adapt as Ebola changes course in Liberia?
The U.S. planned to build 17 treatment units in each the county's major towns. With more cases appearing in remote areas, the Army may need to rethink its strategy. ...
Pandora's new deal: Different pay, different play
The Internet radio service recently signed a deal with a consortium of independent record labels that's adding another factor to the algorithm: money. ...
Gluten-free guests for Thanksgiving? The inside scoop
Still scrambling to find the perfect, uncontroversial dish? Here are a selection of dishes to satisfy alternative diets. ...
What is your Thanksgiving Day tradition?
Thanksgiving is an American holiday, which means the ways of celebrating it are as diverse as the people living here. ...
Dog follows athletes through mud and water, and melts hearts
After a stray dog in Ecuador met a team of Swedish adventure athletes, he grew so attached to the squad that he ran for miles and swam along to keep up with them. ...
Self-professed minister now on Most Wanted list
Victor Barnard is accused of sexually abusing young girls in rural Minnesota. ...
Ancient blogger falls, takes day off
There's no NewsCut today. But there is a dog who makes motorcycle engine noises. ...
Guard reinforcements contain damage in Ferguson
As tension on the streets of the St. Louis suburb eased somewhat, officer Darren Wilson broke his long public silence. He told ABC News that he has a clean conscience. ...
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