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Dayton uses budget hammer to send a message

While Dayton's $42 billion budget increases funding for education, human services and other areas, he says MnSCU and the Minneapolis Park Board have to do what he wants before they'll get more state money.

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L7 L7 original lineup announces reunion, after 14 years

<p>A month after suggesting they might reunite, the original lineup of L7 have made it official: they&#8217;re getting the band back together after 14 years apart. In a Facebook post, the band enthusiastically announced their reunion for two European festival dates and a fan-funded documentary. Just hours after the announcement, nearly $20,000 has been pledged [&hellip;]</p>

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New Classical Tracks: For the Mozart Concerto Completist

Rachel Barton Pine has been playing Mozart's violin concertos since she was 10 years old. She's performed each of these five concertos many times since then. In 2011, she performed all five violin concertos in a single evening! Now, Rachel and the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields have put them all on a single recording.

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Experiencing Reduced Broadcast Signal

Due to ice on transmitters, some listeners around the state may experience a temporarily reduced broadcast signal. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!

Experiencing Reduced Broadcast Signal

Due to ice on transmitters, some listeners around the state may experience a temporarily reduced broadcast signal. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!