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In Minneapolis, President Obama puts focus on middle class worries After a town hall meeting at Minnehaha Park Thursday, the president ate a Jucy Lucy at Matt's, grabbed an ice cream from the Grand Old Creamery, attended a fundraising dinner and then capped his trip today with a speech at Lake Harriet band shell. We chronicled his every step.
Chilean saxophonist Melissa Aldana plays like an old soul Expect Melissa Aldana to turn heads on Saturday, when she takes the main stage at the Twin Cities Jazz Festival with Chilean bassist Pablo Menares and Cuban drummer Francisco Mela, the two impeccable instrumentalists who round out the Crash Trio.
Price of pork rises as pig virus spreads Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, or PEDv, has killed more than 7 million piglets in the past year, and the number of cases is on the rise. Many hog producers are worried about how to keep their farms immune from a disease that has no proven cure.
Drink up, NYC: Ban on big sodas canned Big sodas can stay on the menu in the Big Apple after New York state's highest court refused Thursday to reinstate the city's first-of-its-kind size limit on sugary drinks.
Cory still loves Topanga as a new generation 'Meets World' Every generation has its television families. Boomers watched Leave It to Beaver; in the 1970s, it was The Brady Bunch; in the '80s, it was The Cosby Show. Boy Meets World aired on ABC from 1993 to 2000 and lives on in syndication. Now millennials are starting to have kids of their own, so Disney, which owns ABC, decided it was time to reboot Boy Meets World for a new generation.
A late-night Paisley Park rendezvous The Current's Andrea Swensson writes: "I got the call to visit Paisley Park last minute, as is Prince's style. The drummer for Prince's early '80s band the Revolution, Bobby Z, emailed around dinnertime to invite me out to Paisley Park to hear new music from 3rdEyeGirl's forthcoming album, Plectrum Electrum. I RSVP'd yes.