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In historically wet year, this week's storms not quite 'mega'

Sandbaggers at a nursing home in Janesville.

Make no mistake, parts of Minnesota got a lot of rain overnight Wednesday. But it wasn't enough to classify it as a "mega storm event."


The Current

Sheila E announces benefit show on October 23 at Orchestra Hall

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Legendary drummer and Prince collaborator Sheila E visited the Sabanthi Community Center in South Minneapolis this morning (the very same building where Prince attended Central High School in the 1970s) to announce the “Purple Philanthropy Sheila E. Benefit Concert,” happening October 23 at Orchestra Hall. When plans were being solidified for the October 13 Prince…


Classical MPR

James Horner's Posthumous Works Tell A Story Of His Life

James Horner

The composer passed away a little over a year ago. Two final works, a film score for The Magnificent Seven and a horn concerto, prove that his emotional approach to storytelling endures.


Bemidji off air

MPR’s Bemidji area stations are undergoing tower work for the next few days during daylight hours. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!