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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

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  • Barbara Mays is waiting for cabinets to be fixed.After fire, Minneapolis landlord criticized for rundown properties
    When a fire killed five children in north Minneapolis last month, a lot of people began to wonder if the building managed by Paul Bertelson was safe. Troy Lewis, the father of the five children, said Bertelson failed to respond to his complaints that the heat didn't work in his apartment.5:40 a.m.
  • Dorothy Day CenterDorothy Day Center to stay in downtown St. Paul
    The Dorothy Day Center has dropped its plan to build new facilities northeast of its present location in downtown St. Paul.6:45 a.m.
  • Peter Macon as Othello, Stephen Yoakam  as IagoMcClinton, best known for directing August Wilson's works, tackles 'Othello'
    "Othello" is a notoriously difficult play, a tragedy laced with love, deceit, and murderous jealousy. Underlying the work is the inescapable issue of race, as Othello the Moor faces the malevolence of all-white Venice.8:25 a.m.
  • 'Seasons in the Sun' originally from France
    Today's music is from 40 years ago this week when "Seasons in the Sun" by Canadian singer Terry Jacks was the number one song on the U.S. pop charts. It is a translation of the French song "Le Moribond" by the popular Belgian-born singer Jacques Brel. The original French version about the laments of a dying man included verses about his unfaithful wife. The Terry Jacks version left that part out.8:49 a.m.

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