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Wearing their best fan gear, metalheads young and old flooded into U.S. Bank Stadium to see a trio of heavy metal acts — Volbeat, Avenged Sevenfold and the headliners, Metallica.
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47 new foods. Ten hours. One critic. Rick Nelson sampled all the new foods at the State Fair; $425 later, here's his take.
Hundreds of people have been flocking to the space on the corner of Minnesota Street and 7th Place E. in St. Paul, better known as the old Woolworth five-and-dime store before it will be convert into an office building.
Vikings practice at US Bank Stadium.
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