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WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Minnesota MovieA Minnesota-produced movie almost 25 years ago transformed the quiet river town of Wabasha into a mecca for film lovers from all over the world.
Walker's Sculpture Garden Re-Opens In Wake Of 'Scaffold' ControversyThe Walker Art Center's Sculpture Garden re-opened Saturday.
Good Question: How Do Musical Acts Decide Where To Perform?There are a lot of moving parts involved when musical acts are deciding where to perform.
These Are The Films We’re Excited To See At MSPIFF 2017Even if you watched films nearly all day long for the entire month of April, it’d be a struggle to see every movie playing in this year’s Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival.
More Than 300 Films, Virtual Reality: What’s In Store For MSPIFF 2017A harbinger of springtime in the Twin Cities is the annual Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, a massive Midwest cinematic event that spans nearly all of April and brings hundreds of new films and some their acclimated creators to Minnesota.
St. Paul's Historic Palace Theatre Reopens With First Avenue's HelpThe Palace Theatre, which opened as a vaudeville house in 1916, will open to music fans.for the first time in 40 years.
Chance The Rapper Wins Best New Artist"Oh Imma talk. Y'all can play the music if you want," he said, as they tried to end Chance's speech.
St. Paul Students To Face Off With Beyoncé For NAACP Image AwardWhen the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards are announced next month, some Twin Cities teenagers will be in the audience.
MIA's Popular Martin Luther Exhibit Gets Brief ExtensionThe Martin Luther exhibit at MIA includes textiles, sculptures and personal possessions of the man behind the start of Protestant Reformation, which happened exactly 500 years ago.
'The Wild Morning': How Women Start Their Days"The Wild Morning" is an upcoming book about capturing women as they begin their day and finding their truth.
Film Society Gets $30K Grant From National Endowment For The ArtsThe Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul is set to receive a portion of the $30 million in grant money the National Endowment for the Arts is giving to artists and nonprofits next year.
Bon Iver To Headline Rock The Garden, Tickets On SaleBon Iver, the Wisconsin indie folk crooner nominated for two Grammy Awards this year, is slated to headline Rock the Garden next summer, and tickets to the show are already available.

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