In an interview with Tom Crann, the music director of the Minnesota Orchestra explains why he's confident that the group's Cuba trip will be a success.
Preparing to step down as director of the Guthrie Theater, Joe Dowling discussed his craft and his view of Twin Cities audiences.
Arthur Miller's play about the Salem witch trials describes a society with a tenuous hold on civilization.
Instead of quietly succumbing to ALS, Kramer summoned the resources to meet the disease head-on and talk about it in public.
The Guthrie's departing director gives Minnesota one last look at his treatment of lovers, fairies and magical intervention.
For young adults with close ties to their parents, the loss of one can be devastating.
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Jack Reuler is frustrated to the point of incoherence because he can't get police or anyone else to listen to him about an abduction he witnessed.
Nearing retirement, the actor and director Bain Boehlke stages a play about saying goodbye.
Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate Tuesday, and their counterparts in Minnesota did the same in the state House of Representatives.
Where to vote, who's on the ballot, last-minute updates and more.
It was generally a good night for endorsed candidates and sitting incumbents. Mike McFadden won the GOP Senate primary, while DFLers Phyllis Kahn and Rebecca Otto and Republican Jenifer Loon fended off challengers. Jeff Johnson will face Gov. Mark Dayton in the fall.
The Minnesota Orchestra's music director warned that the leadership, the board and other parts of the organization must come together in recognition that the orchestra itself "is the star."
The building was never pretty, but it was a monument of sorts: to the notion that journalism was a civic service, and that a daily newspaper's role was vital to the health of the community it served.
Hasbro opens the door to so-called house rules.
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An MPR News investigation found the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has dealt with allegations and suspicions of child sexual abuse involving at least 70 clergy members since 1950 -- nearly double the church's official count.