Minnesota Dance Theatre is back in person this fall, with a special performance on Saturday.

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Minnesota Dance Theatre Joins VocalEssence At Orchestra HallMinnesota Dance Theatre is back in person this fall, with a special performance on Saturday.
Rusty's Review: 'The Last Duel'It's a gripping tale of betrayal and vengeance set in 14th century France, and it's based on a true story.
Live Music Returns To Twin Cities, With Varying COVID ProtocolsConcerts have returned to the Twin Cities -- all with different rules and protocols.
Concertgoers Navigate Varying COVID ProtocolsWhether or not you have to wear a mask or show proof of vaccination or a negative test could be up to the artist you're headed to see.
Rusty's Review: 'No Time To Die'Rusty Gatenby reviews the latest James Bond movie.
Twin Cities Marathon Is Making A Comeback This WeekendMarielle Mohs reports on the return of the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon this Sunday.
Preview: ValleySCARE Opening This WeekendValleySCARE in Shakopee is opening this weekend. Kelsey Megard joins us with a preview.
Minneapolis Theater Makes A ComebackOn Thursday night, two theaters in Minneapolis will reopen their doors for the first time in 18 months.
Rusty's Review: 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage'Rusty Gatenby reviews the action-packed sequel to Tom Hardy's antihero romp.
Minneapolis Theaters Set To Welcome Back AudiencesIt's a big night for theater fans in the Twin Cities.
For First Time Since Since Pandemic Began, It's Curtains Up For Minneapolis TheatersToday, life returns to two of our well-known theaters in Minneapolis.
How Drought Conditions Affected Apple, Pumpkin ProductionShayla Reaves was live in St. Louis Park Friday morning with how the drought conditions during summer could impact your weekend plans.
Don Shelby Recovering From 2nd StrokeHe sat behind the anchor desk at WCCO for more than 30 years before his retirement in 2010. But, due to a recent health setback, Don Shelby never made it on stage for his latest production.
Minnesota Artist, 22, Going For Duck Stamp GloryEvery year, hunters are required to buy a federal stamp with the money going to protect wetlands. The paintings used for these "duck stamps" are one of America's most prestigious art competitions – and a Minnesota artist in competition is getting attention from young people on social media.
Minneapolis Native Wins Big On Wheel Of FortuneIt's Teacher's Week on Wheel of Fortune, and a Twin Cities woman solved the puzzle for a big win.
As Live Music Returns, Concertgoers Navigate Varying COVID ProtocolsConcert season is back in full swing and many concertgoers are having to learn the new way of sharing space with others around them.
Classic Paintings Restored Beneath Minneapolis Institute Of ArtsA hidden gem in the heart of the Twin Cities is helping keep historic and important works of art for future generations.
Finding Minnesota: Beach Glass On The North ShoreWind, water and time have turned ordinary glass into Lake Superior relics.
Artist To Ship Frescos Painted In Mpls. To Italian ChurchMinneapolis native and artist Mark Balma received a commission to paint frescoes on the walls of a Catholic church just north of Rome in 2020, but COVID found him locked out of the country. So instead, he has been painting his frescoes in a studio in uptown Minneapolis.
Butter-Sculpting Master Retiring From Minnesota State FairLinda Christensen, staple at the Minnesota State Fair is hanging her hat, or maybe we should say passing on her knife!
Actor, Activist Ed Asner Dead At 91Ed Asner made his mark in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," and continued to have a thriving career into his golden years. He died Sunday at age 91.
Ho-Shia Aaron Thao Returns To Twin Cities For His Hmong Ballet 'Diaspora'The co-president and founder of New York's Hudson Ballet Theatre held a special workshop in St. Paul Saturday, ahead of the performance of his five-act ballet called "Diaspora: A Mother's Elegy" in Minneapolis.
Calling All Fans Of ‘The Price Is Right’!For 50 years, game show fans have "come on down" to CBS weekday mornings. And now, fans have a chance to make a virtual appearance on the show in honor of its 50th anniversary (0:26). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 16, 2021
Mill City Museum’s Participatory Exhibit Asks Visitors For Their Thoughts On MinneapolisA unique participatory exhibit is along West River Parkway in Minneapolis. The Mill City Museum is asking people to write down their thoughts on the city to capture real feelings during this historic time (1:41) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Aug. 14, 2021

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