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What next? That’s the question at the Capitol
Legislative leaders are looking for a path forward after they were unable to pass state budget bills by a self-imposed deadline of Wednesday morning.
Curtiss A at the Ramberg Senior Center, and more free music at the 2017 Minnesota State Fair
The Grandstand gets the big names, but it’s the entertainment at smaller stages across the grounds that gives the Minnesota State Fair the right to call itself “Minnesota’s biggest music festival.” The fair has just released the lineup for this year’s free (with fair admission) stages, and it’s a doozy. National artists on the lineup…
The music of James Bond
In memory of the late Roger Moore, Garrett Tiedemann looks back on the iconic music of the James Bond film franchise.