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Hamline UMC adds music series

Trick or treating is poised to drop on the streets strewn with colorful leaves, but musical notes are in the air at Hamline United Methodist Church. This church in St. Paul's Hamline-Midway neighborhood announced an extended music series on Friday, most of which consist are free or have suggested donation-only admission.

PHOTOS: Grinkie Prom

The inaugural Grinkie Prom, a vintage-themed formal dance, took place last night at the Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis. A large crowd turned out to show off vintage formalwear ranging from the authentic 1920s to present day retro fashion, dance to live music from Davina and the Vagabonds, and celebrate

Ordway Announces Sound of Music Casting

One of the most-requested classic musicals every year at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts is The Sound of Music. (Another is Frozen: The Musical, a show which doesn't technically exist, yet, but that's another story.) To the great delight of subscribers, last spring's 2015-2016 season announcement included the news that

The Grinkie Girls Go to Prom

The meteoric rise of Instagram brought faded, high-contrast pictures back into style. What the camera-making industry had moved very consciously away from was unexpectedly back in vogue, just in time for cellphone cameras to replace point-and-shoots in most people's pockets and purses. This ushered in an age of photos that

AmazonFresh delivery coming to the Twin Cities? is laying the groundwork for entering the Twin Cities grocery delivery scene. The Seattle-based online retailer already owns and operates a packing facility in Shakopee, and is building a regional distribution center in the same city. More recently, Amazon leased a 35,000-foot warehouse space in southeast Minneapolis, describing its plans

Frozen US-Cuban Relations Melt, Decorate MSP Airport

Buoyancy, an exhibition of works by three Cuban artists, opened Monday at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The exhibition decorates Concourses E and F of Terminal 1, and includes photography by Omar Valenti, paintings by Adrian Rumbaut, and paintings and sculpture by Camilo Villavilla. This groundbreaking exhibit of Cuba-based artists at