MNfusion: 'Faces Of War' Comes To Museum Of Russian ArtEstablished in 2001, the Museum of Russian art actually lives in a building that once was a Minnesotan church. The museum houses rotating exhibits that stay anywhere from six months to a year. Their latest, "Faces of War: Russia in World War I," opened on Sept. 26.
Where To Get Sweet Deals On National Donut DayIt's almost like Christmas in June! Friday, June 5 is National Donut Day and, as you can imagine, bakeries across the Twin Cities are preparing.
Kline: Army Reconsidering Ft. Snelling Rifle RecoupmentRep. John Kline says the U.S. Army is reconsidering a decision to recoup Fort Snelling's ceremonial rifles from the fort's memorial rifle squad.
US Army Demands Fort Snelling’s Rifles BackAt each burial, the Fort Snelling memorial rifle squad will fire off a 21-gun salute using WW1 vintage Springfield O3A3 bolt action rifles. Squad members say the rifles are safe and simple to load. Recently, however, the squad learned that the U.S. Army is demanding that the unit turn over the government-issued rifles and exchange them for a different model.
WWI Soldiers Remembered In Hennepin Co ExhibitA new exhibit pays tribute to World War I soldiers remembered in the Victory Memorial Drive in north Minneapolis.