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Klobuchar touts rural electability during first campaign swing

Sen. Amy Klobuchar positioned herself as something of an underdog, emphasizing her Midwestern roots and grit to appeal to voters in Iowa and Wisconsin as she seeks the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

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Review and photos: Sharon Van Etten goes gale-force at First Avenue

It had been months since I saw a good thunderstorm. Snow and deep freezes have swept through the Twin Cities lately, but it’s been a long time without thunder and lightning. Sharon Van Etten put an end to that stretch last night at First Avenue. She summoned angry synths, crashing cymbals, and even windchimes and…

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St. Paul artist PaviElle French composes symphony for SPCO's Tapestry series

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's new Tapestry initiative aims to use "the language of music to explore issues faced by our community." For St. Paul singer and artist PaviElle French, it is the opportunity of a lifetime. She ended up composing her first symphony for an orchestra.