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Sick of ugly politics? Here's a civil campaign in Minnesota
Need a break from American political bitterness? Come to far northwestern Minnesota, where two political newbies seeking an open state Senate seat share a mutual respect for each other and are focused on issues.
The Staves’ guide to Minneapolis
“Every time you go to a gig, there’ll be at least one person wearing Eaux Claires merch.” Camilla Stavely-Taylor, one third of English band the Staves, is sitting near the door of Muddy Waters. Her sisters, Jess and Emily — the other two thirds of the band — are enthusiastic as they look up from their menus to nod. Jess…
Classical news: Composers of color are 'effectively silenced,' says Eleanor Alberga
This week's top classical news stories include a composer speaking out against racism in classical music; a piano prize for Benjamin Grosvenor; and a tragedy in the family of one of the Piano Guys.