With a fierce performance, Beyoncé reigns on a stormy night at TCF

With a fierce performance, Beyoncé reigns on a stormy night at TCF

Not only was Bey the first woman to headline a Twin Cities stadium concert — Madonna tried in 1987 but ticket sales dictated that the show be moved to an arena — but she did it with aplomb, pizazz and an unrelenting attitude.
Pup-arazzo: Dog with camera chronicles canines happy hours at parks
Variety

Pup-arazzo: Dog with camera chronicles canines happy hours at parks

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A camera-equipped Twin Cities dog has become social media's best friend.
Variety

The Viking Bar reopens this week with music and food on the new menu

10:31am
Dormant for 10 years, the historic Minneapolis West Bank corner bar has been extensively remodeled but is staying true to its roots.
Revival, Ike's, Spoon and Stable will join Zimmern for food at U.S. Bank Stadium
Eat & Drink

Revival, Ike's, Spoon and Stable will join Zimmern for food at U.S. Bank Stadium

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Aramark announces local food partners for new Vikings Stadium
Sorry, there's nothing magical about eating breakfast
Variety

Sorry, there's nothing magical about eating breakfast

10:04am
As with many other nutritional pieces of advice, our belief in the power of breakfast is based on misinterpreted research and biased studies.
Variety

Summer fun awaits in Minnesota

9:07am
What’s your flavor? Summer in Minnesota offers something for everyone. Here's a guide for things to do, places to go and fun to experience.
Forever young: 25 things you should know about Bob Dylan on his 75th birthday
Music

Forever young: 25 things you should know about Bob Dylan on his 75th birthday

May 22
Robert Allen Zimmerman was born on May 24, 1941, in Duluth, Minn. He's better known as Bob Dylan, the man who changed popular music with his words, voice and vision.
Books

Sebastian Junger explores PTSD and loss among vets in 'Tribe'

May 23
NONFICTION: Sebastian Junger explores problem of post-traumatic stress disorder and how it relates to a fractured society.
Music

The Singers offer vital, varied tribute to famed choral conductor

May 22
REVIEW: From madrigals to French and folk songs, Robert Shaw's charm and vitality were celebrated.
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    Seeds of Change | Noob Hloov Neej: The Minnesota Museum of American Art’s new exhibition, “Seeds of Change,” documents a year in the life of Hmong Americans farming in Dakota County’s Vermillion Township.
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    Summer Flower Show: The garden is in bloom with red and magenta Hydrangea Arizonas as well as tulips, hyacinth, bearded iris and more.
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    The Kills: : Always a riveting live band, powerhouse howler Allison Mosshart of Dead Weather notoriety and her guitar-grinding partner Jamie Hince are previewing a new album, “Ash & Ice.”
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    Seeds of Change | Noob Hloov Neej: The Minnesota Museum of American Art’s new exhibition, “Seeds of Change,” documents a year in the life of Hmong Americans farming in Dakota County’s Vermillion Township.
    Family Events
    Summer Flower Show: The garden is in bloom with red and magenta Hydrangea Arizonas as well as tulips, hyacinth, bearded iris and more.
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    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra: Baroque music led by English conductor and harpsichordist Laurence Cummings.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Seeds of Change | Noob Hloov Neej: The Minnesota Museum of American Art’s new exhibition, “Seeds of Change,” documents a year in the life of Hmong Americans farming in Dakota County’s Vermillion Township.
    Family Events
    Summer Flower Show: The garden is in bloom with red and magenta Hydrangea Arizonas as well as tulips, hyacinth, bearded iris and more.
  • Music
    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra: Baroque music led by English conductor and harpsichordist Laurence Cummings.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Seeds of Change | Noob Hloov Neej: The Minnesota Museum of American Art’s new exhibition, “Seeds of Change,” documents a year in the life of Hmong Americans farming in Dakota County’s Vermillion Township.
    Family Events
    Summer Flower Show: The garden is in bloom with red and magenta Hydrangea Arizonas as well as tulips, hyacinth, bearded iris and more.
  • Music
    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra: Baroque music led by English conductor and harpsichordist Laurence Cummings.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Seeds of Change | Noob Hloov Neej: The Minnesota Museum of American Art’s new exhibition, “Seeds of Change,” documents a year in the life of Hmong Americans farming in Dakota County’s Vermillion Township.
    Family Events
    Summer Flower Show: The garden is in bloom with red and magenta Hydrangea Arizonas as well as tulips, hyacinth, bearded iris and more.
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