A Kresge store on Nicollet Mall, circa 1960.

Minnesota's five-and-dime stores were the Target of 20th-century Main Street

Dime stores offered everything from socks to hamburgers.
The Fake Healing Art Shanty by Jacob Carrigan & Stephani Pescitelli
Stage & Arts

In need of 'fake healing'? New Age meets Ice Age at Lake Harriet's Art Shanty Projects

6:00am
Minnesota's annual winter ritual resumes with a COVID-aware approach.
Zack de la Rocha last performed with Rage Against the Machine at Target Center during the Republican National Convention in 2008.
Music

Minneapolis' twice-delayed Rage Against the Machine concerts are delayed again

10:24am
The May 15-16, 2022, dates with Run the Jewels at Target Center will be rescheduled.
Louie Anderson appeared at the 2017 Winter Television Critics Association to promote his Emmy-winning TV series “Baskets,” which brought him anoth
Variety

Minnesota comedy legend Louie Anderson dies of cancer at 68

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The Emmy-winning St. Paul native maintained close ties to his home state through a four-decade career that spanned stage, film and TV.
Barrett the courthouse dog played ball with his handler Nicole Carnale in the halls at the Hennepin County Government Center in Minneapolis.
Variety

Minnesota's 'courthouse dogs' help soothe vulnerable victims

7:55am
Three Minnesota county attorney's offices employ dogs trained to read cues to ease stress.
Inspired

Who inspires you? Readers reply with those who buoy us through tough times

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Family members, friends and pets all step up to help.
The new A&E series, “Secrets of Playboy,” explores the reality of Hugh Hefner’s Playboy empire.
TV & Media

'Secrets of Playboy' paints Hugh Hefner as the devil

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What TV critic Neal Justin is watching this week.
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The 5 best things our food writers ate in the Twin Cities area this week

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Our food writers share the highlights of their weekly dining experiences.
TV & Media

'Downton Abbey' fans will swoon over HBO's 'Gilded Age'

January 20
Julian Fellowes' new period drama is set against the backdrop of economic and societal changes in America.