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Poll: Public safety amendment has edge, but most don't want police cuts

Poll: Public safety amendment has edge, but most don't want police cuts

A new MPR News/Star Tribune/KARE 11/FRONTLINE Minnesota Poll shows 49 percent support among Minneapolis voters for creating a new department of public safety, but also that a solid majority does not want to cut the size of the city’s police force.

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'Wake-up call': SPCO aims to diversify its programming

'Wake-up call': SPCO aims to diversify its programming

The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra is responding to a recent reckoning in classical music by diversifying its programming with more music by underrepresented composers and composers of color. This weekend’s concerts — which you can hear live at 8 p.m. Saturday on YourClassical MPR — include pieces by 18th-century dynamo Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, and contemporary composer Valerie Coleman.

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The Current Fall Guide 2021: Things to do in the Twin Cities and beyond

The Current Fall Guide 2021: Things to do in the Twin Cities and beyond

Who's ready for sweater weather? We've compiled a list of happenings to fill your fall days in Minneapolis and St. Paul, with suggested excursions to some of Greater Minnesota's greatest places.