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3.21.18

US Cop Who Shot Australian Woman Justine Damond Charged With Murder

Officer Mohamed Noor "acted in disregard for human life," prosecutors say.

2.15.18

A Prince Songwriting Credit Is Going for the Low, Low Price of £350,000

Former studio owner Chris Moon has put his credit on "Soft and Wet" up for sale on eBay because nothing is sacred.

9.14.17

Grant Hart, Hüsker Dü Drummer and Songwriter, Dies at 56

The news was confirmed by his bandmate, Bob Mould, Thursday morning.

7.16.17

9 Artists Explore Black Hair and Barbershop Culture

The barbershop is one of the enduring safe spaces for the black community.

6.19.17

Inter-Species Mailboxes Make a Different Kind of Human-Animal Connection

What do birds have to say about climate change?

6.16.17

[Premiere] Minus the Bear's New Music Video Is a Human Kaleidoscope

In-camera effects abound in director Dan Huiting's vision for "Last Kiss."

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4.24.17

6 Trippy Photo Montages Turn Cities into Spirals

An artist travels the world to document his urban visits as spiritually harmony.

4.19.17

Designers Turned Playing Cards into a Legit Sci-Fi Universe

Spades are aliens and clubs are space marines in Lunar Saloon's cyberpunk interpretation of the classic card deck.

1.25.17

Fleeing Civil War, A Somali Performance Artist Finds Refuge in Minnesota | #50StatesofArt

Ifrah Mansour shares her experience as a Somali-born performance artist living in Minneapolis.

1.25.17

Essay: Is Minneapolis America's Next Powder Keg for Art?| #50StatesofArt

Minnesota writer and scholar Christina Schmid makes a case for the Far-North.

10.22.16

Twin Cities Power Pop Super Group Private Interests Play Loud-Fast-Brash

Listen to some power pop done with a punchier and punkier edge.

10.14.16

In the Twin Cities, Every Day Is Prince Day

Last night in St. Paul, Stevie Wonder and a collection of musicians paid tribute to the Purple One for six hours. It wasn't long enough.

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