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Robbinsdale Group Files Lawsuit To Save Historic TheatreA group trying to a save a historic theatre in Robbinsdale has filed a lawsuit to stop crews from tearing it down.
Report Suggests Prince Illegally Obtained Pills Containing FentanylThe disclosure that some pills found at Prince's Paisley Park home and studio were counterfeit and contained the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl strongly suggests they came to the superstar illegally.
Road Closures In Downtown For Luke Bryan, Metallica ConcertsMetro Transit says it's ready to handle the crowds heading to U.S. Bank Stadium for back-to-back concerts this weekend.
'Lo And Behold': Werner Herzog Vs. The InternetThe legendary Bavarian filmmaker Werner Herzog grew up without electricity, running water or a telephone in the aftermath of WWII. He made his first movies with a camera he stole from a school. Now 73, the director of dozens of features and documentaries, such as "Grizzly Man" and "Aguirre, the Wrath of God", has focused his lens on the most important development in recent human history: the internet.
Workin' For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsIt's one of the few remaining summer weekends to enjoy the outdoors, so take advantage of it by checking out one of these entertaining events around the Twin Cities.
Study Shows Concertgoers Are HappierAustralian researchers say people who attended any sort of shared musical experience were more satisfied with their lives.
Ellison To Discuss Policing Doc With Filmmaker, BLM ActivistMinnesota Rep. Keith Ellison will be part of a discussion Thursday on policing in America following the screening of a documentary focusing on the Ferguson shooting and police militarization.
Minnesotan To Meet: Foster Art Company's Susan RobinsonWalking through the small Minneapolis art gallery with Foster Art Company founder Susan Robinson, you would never know the art is crafted by such young minds.
Private Memorial Service For Prince Held At Paisley ParkPrince's family and friends came together Saturday afternoon for a memorial service in Chanhassen -- four months after his death.
4 Things To Know: Delta Flight Glitch, Cat Video Festival & MoreFrom Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump campaigning in the swing states of Florida and North Carolina to the Cat Video Festival returning to CHS Field in Lowertown St. Paul, here is a look at the top four stories from Aug. 9, 2016.
Kids Who Play Video Games Do Better In School, Study FindsParents may have a hard time getting their kids to put down the video game controller and pick up a book. But now, an Australian study of 12,000 teenagers shows those who routinely play video games do better in school.
Winter Is Coming: Sounds Of Westeros To Fill The XThe Twin Cities will feel a lot more like Winterfell come February.

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