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St. Paul's red '1st' not lit for now

The 50-foot-tall flashing neon "1st" sign atop a historic bank tower in St. Paul has gone dark. But the building's owner says an energy upgrade could include new LED lights for the landmark.


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Music News: Rick Rubin announces Star Wars remix album

Producer Rick Rubin has announced that he’s putting together a Star Wars remix album — featuring sound effects and dialogue from the Star Wars movies, melded with original music. The album will feature electronic music artists including Flying Lotus, Röyskopp, Kaskade, and more. Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams, who’s also a musician, collaborates with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and A-Trak to cut a track called “Jabba Flow.” Star…


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Martin Courtney embraces the collaborative solo approach

Martin Courtney's new album, 'Many Moons,' came about through collaboration but was dubbed a solo project for lack of a better band name. 'It's definitely a group effort,' Courtney says, 'but it's really hard to come up with a good band name.' Courtney has no trouble writing good songs, though; listen to some of them in this session hosted by Bill DeVille.