Ivey Award caps a life in theater for founder Michelle Hensley

Ivey Award caps a life in theater for founder Michelle Hensley

Michelle Hensley of Ten Thousand Things honored at Monday's bash in Minneapolis, along with singer and performer Meghan Kreidler.
Ed Sheeran's big-league tryout set for U.S. Bank Stadium on Oct. 20, 2018
Music

Ed Sheeran's big-league tryout set for U.S. Bank Stadium on Oct. 20, 2018

12:42pm
Tickets go on sale Oct. 20 exactly one year ahead of the concert, part of the British singer/songwriter's first big U.S. stadium tour.
Champion cyclist Greg LeMond's Medina mansion on the market for $5M
Home & Garden

Champion cyclist Greg LeMond's Medina mansion on the market for $5M

6:53pm
The three-time Tour de France winner will no longer bike the trails at his 40-acre country estate.
Fall in Minnesota is a sad story, but it's so beautifully written
Variety

Fall in Minnesota is a sad story, but it's so beautifully written

3:27pm
It's the same bittersweet story every year. And we love it, even though we know the plot.
Guthrie hosts regional premiere of 'Mala' about caring for ailing parent
Stage & Arts

Guthrie hosts regional premiere of 'Mala' about caring for ailing parent

1:32pm
Guthrie presents Melinda Lopez's solo show about caring for an ailing parent.
VocalEssence marks 'Finnish miracle' with choral music, folk fiddling
Music

VocalEssence marks 'Finnish miracle' with choral music, folk fiddling

1:33pm
Review: VocalEssence and Osmo Vänskä on clarinet teamed up for a powerful concert.
R&B-pop sensation the Weeknd underwhelms in front of 14,000 fans at Xcel
Music

R&B-pop sensation the Weeknd underwhelms in front of 14,000 fans at Xcel

September 25
Even with 14,000 fans singing every song in St. Paul, the Weeknd's first local arena headline appearance did not wow.
Books

Minnesota writer named one of National Book Foundation's 'Five Under 35'

11:57am
Award honors debut fiction writers who show great promise — and this year they're all women, including the Twin Cities' Lesley Nneka Arimah.
Variety

N.Y. transplant is S. Dakota's lone rabbi: 'You really see what God made here'

September 23
South Dakota was the only state without a full-time rabbi. A 27-year-old who moved from Brooklyn with his family is trying to fill that void.
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