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  • Cities Opting To Give Up 911 Dispatch Services To CountyCities Opting To Give Up 911 Dispatch Services To County

    The city of Minnetonka voted this fall to enter an agreement with the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office to provide emergency dispatch and 911 call services ...

    KSTP / 1 h. 17 min. ago
  • Firefighters rescue teens trapped 100 feet down in St. Paul caveFirefighters rescue teens trapped 100 feet down in St. Paul cave

    The boys were exploring caverns on the city’s West Side when their adventure went awry. They were not hurt.

    StarTribune.com / 3 h. 56 min. ago
  • How to combat St. Paul violence? Frogtown and North End neighbors take differing viewsHow to combat St. Paul violence? Frogtown and North End neighbors take differing views

    StarTribune.com / 4 h. 23 min. ago
  • Gun-related cases running at 20-year highs in MinnesotaGun-related cases running at 20-year highs in Minnesota

    More criminals with guns have been sent to prison for gun-related convictions than at any time in at least two decades.

    StarTribune.com / 4 h. 35 min. ago
  • Short-staffed Minneapolis Health Department juggles growing inspection caseloadShort-staffed Minneapolis Health Department juggles growing inspection caseload

    As restaurants boom and regulations grow, Health Department struggles to keep up.

    StarTribune.com / 4 h. 42 min. ago
  • Teens Rescued From St. Paul CavesTeens Rescued From St. Paul Caves

    The St. Paul Fire Department said entering the caves in the city is extremely dangerous and illegal ...

    KSTP / 4 h. 56 min. ago
  • Minneapolis park police to be outfitted with body camerasMinneapolis park police to be outfitted with body cameras

    The Park Board recently approved a five-year $181,016 agreement to equip its 35 sworn patrol officers with the cameras.

    StarTribune.com / 5 h. 3 min. ago
  • Luverne vets' last toast to fallen comrades is bittersweetLuverne vets' last toast to fallen comrades is bittersweet

    The two are all that remain of a blood-brothers group of World War II veterans who gathered at the former Glen’s Bakery and Deli for years.

    StarTribune.com / 5 h. 45 min. ago
  • Long-awaited children's hospice and respite home a 'dream come true'Long-awaited children's hospice and respite home a 'dream come true'

    Crescent Cove is one of only three facilities of its kind of in the country.

    StarTribune.com / 5 h. 51 min. ago
  • 4 Shot In Minneapolis; Teenager In Critical Condition - CBS Minnesota / WCCO4 Shot In Minneapolis; Teenager In Critical Condition - CBS Minnesota / WCCO

    CBS Minnesota / WCCO4 Shot In Minneapolis; Teenager In Critical ConditionCBS Minnesota / WCCOBut we got problems in this community that are more deeper than just crime,” said V.J. Smith, president of the Minneapolis chapter of MAD DADS. He said curbing violence means tackling several issues in the process. “Mental health, poverty, housing ...

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  • St. Paul Winter Carnival buttons' look for 2018 unveiledSt. Paul Winter Carnival buttons' look for 2018 unveiled

    Button sales constitute the largest fundraiser for the St. Paul Festival & Heritage Foundation, which manages and produces the carnival.

    StarTribune.com / 6 h. 34 min. ago
  • Three men and one teen wounded in Minneapolis shooting – Twin ... - TwinCities.com-Pioneer PressThree men and one teen wounded in Minneapolis shooting – Twin ... - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

    TwinCities.com-Pioneer PressThree men and one teen wounded in Minneapolis shooting – Twin ...TwinCities.com-Pioneer PressPolice say an argument preceded a shooting that injured three men and a teen boy shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday in Minneapolis. Officers responded to 911 ...Minneapolis Shooting Injures 4, Including Teen | KSTP.comKSTP.comPolice: 4 shot in Minneapolis overnight | KARE11.comKAREOvernight gunfire wounds four in north Minneapolis - StarTribune.comMinneapolis Star Tribuneall 6 news articles »

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  • Short-staffed Minneapolis Health Department juggles growing inspection caseload - Minneapolis Star TribuneShort-staffed Minneapolis Health Department juggles growing inspection caseload - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Minneapolis Star TribuneShort-staffed Minneapolis Health Department juggles growing inspection caseloadMinneapolis Star TribuneMinneapolis health inspectors are juggling caseloads twice as large as recommended by federal officials amid a citywide boom in both restaurants and workplace regulations — and there's no relief in sight. The 2018 budget proposed by Mayor Betsy Hodges ...

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  • Grassroots effort is sprucing up ChisholmGrassroots effort is sprucing up Chisholm

    Locals brainstormed on making downtown better with grant money.

    StarTribune.com / 8 h. 25 min. ago
  • Northwest Minnesota residents angered by plan to cut back border crossing hoursNorthwest Minnesota residents angered by plan to cut back border crossing hours

    StarTribune.com / 8 h. 26 min. ago
  • Minneapolis park police to be outfitted with body cameras - Minneapolis Star TribuneMinneapolis park police to be outfitted with body cameras - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Minneapolis park police to be outfitted with body camerasMinneapolis Star TribunePolice patrolling Minneapolis parks will be outfitted with body cameras by mid-December, the latest department to opt for the technology as a means to increase accountability and trust. The Park Board recently approved a five-year $181,016 agreement ...

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  • Woman Dead After St. Paul House FireWoman Dead After St. Paul House Fire

    The fire occurred at about 1:15 p.m. at a residence in the 500 block of Jefferson Avenue ...

    KSTP / 11 h. 37 min. ago
  • University of Minnesota Works to Prevent Sexual AssaultUniversity of Minnesota Works to Prevent Sexual Assault

    The University of Minnesota is rolling out a multi-step initiative next year aimed at preventing sexual misconduct by changing campus culture ...

    KSTP / 13 h. 1 min. ago
  • Minneapolis downtown corridor reopens after construction - La Crosse TribuneMinneapolis downtown corridor reopens after construction - La Crosse Tribune

    Minneapolis downtown corridor reopens after constructionLa Crosse TribuneMINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A downtown corridor in Minneapolis has reopened after more than two years of construction that cost $50 million. The Star Tribune reports that Nicollet Mall reopened Nov. 16. The area had been closed to vehicles since July 15.

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  • Vandals Strike Heat Lamps at Metro Light Rail StationVandals Strike Heat Lamps at Metro Light Rail Station

    As colder temperatures roll in, Metro Transit officials said they're busy dealing with heat lamps that keep going out at light rail platforms across the Twin Cities ...

    KSTP / 15 h. 20 min. ago
  • Pedestrian Killed in Spring Lake Park CollisionPedestrian Killed in Spring Lake Park Collision

    The driver remained at the scene and cooperated with authorities, and police do not believe drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash ...

    KSTP / 17 h. 9 min. ago
  • Top Transactions: New condos offer infill optionTop Transactions: New condos offer infill option

    Simning has teamed up with architect Gabriel Keller of Minneapolis-based Peterssen/Keller Architecture and Ben Ganje of Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty in Edina to create a four-unit luxury condominium project at 1204 Kenwood Parkway.

    Finance & Commerce / 17 h. 32 min. ago
  • Sonja DusilSonja Dusil

    As an investment professional, Sonja Dusil and her Institutional Properties team at CBRE provide advisory and brokerage services for complex real estate transactions. Since 2005, the team has completed 196 sale assignments totaling $6.72 billion.

    Minneapolis News / 23 h. 43 min. ago
  • Multiple Students Have Norovirus Symptoms at Cherry View ElementaryMultiple Students Have Norovirus Symptoms at Cherry View Elementary

    Multiple children at Cherry View Elementary School in Lakeville were sick with symptoms of norovirus Friday, according to the Minnesota Department of Health ...

    KSTP / 1 d. 2 h. 55 min. ago
  • Apple Valley Man Sentenced in Fatal Minneapolis CollisionApple Valley Man Sentenced in Fatal Minneapolis Collision

    Israel Delos Santos was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He pleaded guilty to one count of criminal vehicular homicide ...

    KSTP / 1 d. 3 h. 51 min. ago
  • Man Involved in St. Paul Pedestrian Collision Pleads Not GuiltyMan Involved in St. Paul Pedestrian Collision Pleads Not Guilty

    Gary Thomas Schmalz, 63, was charged with two counts of criminal vehicular operation ...

    KSTP / 1 d. 3 h. 59 min. ago
  • Lindsay GinterLindsay Ginter

    Lindsay Ginter worked comfortably for several years in a sales job in reinsurance. Then she moved into reinsurance operations with a new employer.

    Minneapolis News / 1 d. 4 h. 11 min. ago
  • Minneapolis School District announces hiring freezes, travel reductions - Minneapolis Star TribuneMinneapolis School District announces hiring freezes, travel reductions - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Minneapolis Star TribuneMinneapolis School District announces hiring freezes, travel reductionsMinneapolis Star TribuneMinneapolis Public Schools will limit hiring and cut travel to shave costs as it grapples with tight finances. According to changes announced Thursday, hiring will be frozen for central office positions that don't directly work with students. Positions ...

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  • Women Rally, Demand Action at Sexual Harassment Protest at State CapitolWomen Rally, Demand Action at Sexual Harassment Protest at State Capitol

    Activists and victims gathered at the Minnesota Capitol protesting against sexual harassment culture ....

    KSTP / 1 d. 5 h. 53 min. ago
  • Governor's Christmas Tree Harvested from General CC Andrews State ForestGovernor's Christmas Tree Harvested from General CC Andrews State Forest

    This year the tree comes from General C.C. Andrews State Forest, near Willow River...

    KSTP / 1 d. 8 h. 13 min. ago
  • Jill FarringtonJill Farrington

    Jill Farrington has learned when to listen to suggestions and when to let them pass. Some represent opportunities to grow and develop professionally; others would lead you to behave contrary to your true nature.

    Minneapolis News / 1 d. 8 h. 59 min. ago
  • Nov. 18, 2017 Digital EditionNov. 18, 2017 Digital Edition

    Viewing this site on an iPad? Subscribers can click here to read the iPad Digital Edition.

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 9 h. 10 min. ago
  • Man Who Died After Minneapolis House Fire IdentifiedMan Who Died After Minneapolis House Fire Identified

    The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said Robert Lawrence Holmberg died Wednesday at Hennepin County Medical Center from injuries suffered in a fire Tuesday ...

    KSTP / 1 d. 9 h. 46 min. ago
  • Donaldson Co. Inc. adds Pilar Cruz to its boardDonaldson Co. Inc. adds Pilar Cruz to its board

    Donaldson Co. Inc.'s board is getting a little more diverse. The company just added Pilar Cruz, who replaces Jeffrey Noddle. Cruz becomes one of two women on Donaldson's board. Prior to the addition, Donaldson was among the public companies in Minnesota with just one woman on its board. Cruz is president of Cargill Inc.'s compound feed business. Bloomington-based Donaldson (NYSE: DCI), which makes filtration systems, is Minnesota's 21st-largest public company by revenue.

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  • Minnesota's top banking, insurance regulator steps downMinnesota's top banking, insurance regulator steps down

    Minnesota Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman has stepped down from his post and will be succeeded by a department of labor official. Rothman left his role effective 11 a.m. to run for Minnesota Attorney General. Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed Jessica Looman, who serve as deputy commissioner for the department of labor and industry, as his successor. She has been in her present role since 2014 and was previously assistant commissioner and a labor attorney. Rothman has served as Minnesota…

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  • IT security firm Orange Parachute is acquiredIT security firm Orange Parachute is acquired

    GreyCastle Security, headquartered in Troy, N.Y., has acquired Minneapolis-based information security management consulting firm, Orange Parachute. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. As part of the acquisition, 10 of Orange Parachute's employees are joining GreyCastle, including founder Travis Hyde as chief operating officer. He joins the management team led by GreyCastle founders Reg Harnish and Mike Stamas. GreyCastle specializes in providing security assessment, incident response and education…

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  • Custom suit company Indochino will open Mall of America showroomCustom suit company Indochino will open Mall of America showroom

    Indochino Apparel Inc., a Vancouver-based store that offers low-cost, custom-tailored suits and shirts, will open a Mall of America showroom next month. Indochino will open a 2,900-square-foot showroom on the mall's south side first floor Dec. 14. The store doesn't stock clothing; instead, customers meet with a tailor to go through measurements, pick fabrics and select customization options. Each garment is then made overseas and delivered in about four weeks. This is the first Indochino showroom…

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  • MSFA Executive Director Stepping DownMSFA Executive Director Stepping Down

    Rick Evans took over for Ted Monday, who resigned in February after ethical questions were raised about the use of U.S. Bank Stadium luxury suites by agency officials for family and friends ...

    KSTP / 1 d. 10 h. 40 min. ago
  • Bent Brewstillery unveiling new single-malt whiskeyBent Brewstillery unveiling new single-malt whiskey

    For those like that like to drink Minnesota booze that is flammable, Bent Brewstillery is releasing a new single-malt whiskey right up your alley. The Roseville-based distillery and brewery is releasing, One-Twenty, a new whiskey that checks in at 120 proof (alcohol is usually flammable around 110 proof). Most mainstream whiskeys are around 80 proof. Bartley Blume, the owner and president, said he wanted a classic whiskey that is stronger than modern releases. “We’re proud to be pushing the…

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  • New program at MEDA aims to help ethnic-minority business owners get past growth hurdleNew program at MEDA aims to help ethnic-minority business owners get past growth hurdle

    The Metropolitan Economic Development Association is starting a program to help Twin Cities ethnic-minority-owned businesses get past growth hurdle.

    Bizjournals.com / 1 d. 10 h. 58 min. ago
  • Trump vow to fix U.S. airports hurt by tax billTrump vow to fix U.S. airports hurt by tax bill

    President Donald Trump has compared landing at Los Angeles International and other U.S. airports to arriving in a third-world country. But a provision in the tax bill passed by the House of Representatives would eliminate a tool central to his $1 trillion pledge to upgrade airports and other public works. The House measure would eliminate ...

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  • Dayton names new commerce commissionerDayton names new commerce commissioner

    The state’s top insurance regulator is stepping down from the job. Gov. Mark Dayton announced Friday that Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman would step down immediately after more than six years on the job. He’ll be replaced by Jessica Looman, who has served as a deputy commissioner with the Department of Labor and Industry ...

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  • Cargill, Target want more business with women-owned suppliers. Here’s what they're looking forCargill, Target want more business with women-owned suppliers. Here’s what they're looking for

    Representatives from Cargill Inc. and Target Corp. talked about how they do business with women-owned suppliers at a recent panel discussion at Cargill’s campus in Hopkins. Here are some highlights from each panelist.

    Bizjournals.com / 1 d. 11 h. 46 min. ago
  • Businesses lure seasonal help with chances for other jobsBusinesses lure seasonal help with chances for other jobs

    NEW YORK — Every fall, the staff count at Fun.com swells from 150 to as high as 2,000, as the online retailer fills orders for Halloween costumes and decor. The company offers its seasonal staff at the warehouse in North Mankato, Minnesota, an incentive to perform well — those who do will be recommended for ...

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 11 h. 46 min. ago
  • Most-read stories: Week of Nov. 13Most-read stories: Week of Nov. 13

    The most popular stories in the past week.

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 12 h. ago
  • St. Paul renews push for new RiverCentre rampSt. Paul renews push for new RiverCentre ramp

    The 47-year-old RiverCentre parking ramp in downtown St. Paul has long been on the city’s to-do list for replacement

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 12 h. 27 min. ago
  • Flashback Friday: Prep Bowl 1 Brought State Title Games Under 1 Roof 35 Years AgoFlashback Friday: Prep Bowl 1 Brought State Title Games Under 1 Roof 35 Years Ago

    The Metrodome has been demolished for several years now, and U.S. Bank Stadium with all its modern bells and whistles has since risen to take its place...

    KSTP / 1 d. 12 h. 37 min. ago
  • Twins radio broadcasts will move back to WCCOTwins radio broadcasts will move back to WCCO

    WCCO has reacquired radio broadcast rights to Minnesota Twins games in the Twin Cities.  The team and WCCO’s new owner, Entercom Communication Corp., announced their partnership in a news release Friday. Broadcasts will begin on WCCO-AM 830 in 2018. The team of Cory Provus, Dan Gladden, and other current talent and producers will continue to call games following the switch. Entercom, which bought WCCO and 235 other stations from CBS in a $1.7 billion deal that closed this week, holds broadcast…

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  • Another recall for Arctic Cat as more parts cause vehicles to catch fireAnother recall for Arctic Cat as more parts cause vehicles to catch fire

    For the second time in the last three weeks, Arctic Cat, the manufacturer of snowmobile and off-road vehicles, has issued a recall for two models that catch fire due to failing parts. This time, the Thief River Falls, Minn.-based company is recalling 300 off-road vehicles and 3,000 accessory kits after receiving 49 reports of the accessory kit failing, including five incidents of them overheating and causing fires, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. No injuries have been…

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  • Why the future of Minneapolis parking garages may not include parking - MinnPostWhy the future of Minneapolis parking garages may not include parking - MinnPost

    MinnPostWhy the future of Minneapolis parking garages may not include parkingMinnPostIt is a small part of sweeping changes in what the City of Minneapolis will now allow in new downtown ramps, the bulk of which involve allowing public parking ramps to be built above ground in exchange for design elements that make them less obtrusive ...

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  • It just got a lot easier to know how often the Minneapolis police are using force on people - MinnPostIt just got a lot easier to know how often the Minneapolis police are using force on people - MinnPost

    MinnPostIt just got a lot easier to know how often the Minneapolis police are using force on peopleMinnPostAmong the biggest revelations from the new data: use of force by Minneapolis cops declined by more than a third between 2008 and 2016, from an average of four incidents per day to 2.6. Black people make up more than 60 percent of people subject to ...

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  • Kate GilletteKate Gillette

    Kate Gillette, vice president in the Minneapolis office of Toronto-based Avison Young, dedicates much of her time to working with an underserved group: nonprofit organizations. "I love to show them the possibilities, that they can have a great space on their budget.

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  • Water main break shuts down segment of Stinson Blvd. in Minneapolis - Minneapolis Star TribuneWater main break shuts down segment of Stinson Blvd. in Minneapolis - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Minneapolis Star TribuneWater main break shuts down segment of Stinson Blvd. in MinneapolisMinneapolis Star TribuneA one-block stretch of Stinson Boulevard is closed until Nov. 24 after a water main burst, a city of Minneapolis spokesman said. The 48-inch water main burst early Friday near NE. Broadway in northeast Minneapolis sending thousands of gallons of water ...

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  • Nicollet Mall officially reopens after years of renovationNicollet Mall officially reopens after years of renovation

    After $50 million in spending and plenty of headaches for businesses and commuters, city officials on Thursday announced the reopening of a redesigned Nicollet Mall. The Star Tribune reports on the ribbon-cutting event, which follows two years of street construction, sidewalk redesign and new trees and lighting fixtures. Since work started on Nicollet Mall in mid-2015, city officials have touted that upgrade would improve the city thoroughfare for pedestrian traffic and prepare it high-profile…

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  • Just Sold: Shakopee retail building fetches $3.5MJust Sold: Shakopee retail building fetches $3.5M

    Developer Steve Soltau is still developing pieces of the 500-acre mixed-use development in Shakopee he bought two decades ago.

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 17 h. 31 min. ago
  • Building Blocks: The FinnBuilding Blocks: The Finn

    The first mixed-used residential development in St. Paul’s Highland Village, the Finn offers a vibrant blend of luxury living with street-level retail in a commercial hub filled with shops, restaurants and a movie theater.

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 17 h. 32 min. ago
  • Top Women in Finance 2017Top Women in Finance 2017

    The honors recognize the outstanding efforts of women in Minnesota who are making noteworthy contributions to their professions, their communities and society at large.

    Finance & Commerce / 1 d. 18 h. 33 min. ago
  • Joan FoleyJoan Foley

    Joan Foley came onboard at U.S. Water in June 2016, but she's already made quite a mark. With a staff of 13 at her disposal, she spearheaded a manual-to-automated billing transition; decreased U.S. Water's aged accounts receivable and bad debt allowance by at least 40 percent; reduced billing errors by 15 percent; and dramatically improved the company's enterprise resource planning system.

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  • Insight Brewing: A Trip Around The SunInsight Brewing: A Trip Around The Sun

    We often say that, among our jam-packed hometown brewing scene, Insight Brewing is criminally underappreciated. It’s because we’re giant fans of their standards like the Troll Way citrus IPA and Sunken City Saison, and their bold moves like the Crazy Aunt gin and tonic style ale (so crazy it works!) and the new Terror Bear Northeast style IPA. At this weekend’s indoor/outdoor birthday celebration at the tap room, you can sample all those beers, plus check out some special bottle releases, eat some food, and hear tunes from Pleezer, Circle of Heat, and more. Saturday, 2 PM. $2 wristbands to drink. —Art Humes Insight Brewing, 2821 E Hennepin Ave, MPLS; insightbrewing.com

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  • Funeral Parade of RosesFuneral Parade of Roses

    We recommend an awful lot of fun, crappy films for our readers, but don’t think for a second we’ve given up on the artsy and experimental flicks. Everyone who appreciates the evolving medium and craft/history of film should check out Funeral Parade of Roses at the Trylon this weekend. The kaleidoscopic New Wave Japanese picture by Toshio Matsumoto presents the subversive world of transvestites, drugs, and performance art in 1960s Tokyo, and has long been unavailable in the U.S. Just the trailer alone will get you hooked. Fri-Sun, various showtimes. $8. —Curt Stanski Trylon, 2820 E 33rd St , MPLS; trylon.org

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  • Win Tickets: Cine LatinoWin Tickets: Cine Latino

    Returning for a fifth year, this weekend November 16-19, 2017, Cine Latino is among the key showcases of Ibero and Latin-American cinema in the United States. The festival showcases a rich tapestry of stories from across the vast cultural, social and historical landscape that is Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula, taking us on a journey across geography, history, age, gender, social and political issues and the complexities of human relationships. The 2017 showcase will have a focus on Mexican cinema. The anticipated 5,000 audience members can view some of the best Latin American and Iberian films being made today, meet and connect with talented visiting filmmakers from those regions, and participate in a variety of engaging film-related events: workshops, panels and parties, with great food and music to round out the experience. This year, screenings and events will take place at the Film Society of Minneapolis & St Paul’s hub, the St. Anthony Main Theatre in Minneapolis MN. We’re huge fans of Cine Latino and we want to send a bunch of readers to the films. For a chance to win a pair of tickets, just reply that you’re interested.

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  • More Weekend Happenings: Hen Parties + Milk Parties + MoreMore Weekend Happenings: Hen Parties + Milk Parties + More

    Friday Inara Verzemnieks reads from her new book, Among the Living and the Dead, at Milkweed Editions. Finesse releases their album at Icehouse with Graveyard Club, Cheap Fantasy, and Xylophone Jetty. There’s still a few newly released tickets for the incredible show Black Violin at the Ordway. Midway Contemporary Art opens a new exhibition including new paintings by Silke Otto-Knapp. We’ve been hearing really great things about the new MN Opera show, The Marriage of Figaro. Cuban art, So Hot Right Now!™ Squirrel Haus Arts will become a mini-version of Havana’s famed Fábrica del Arte Cubano (Cuban Art Factory). Saturday Looking to give back for Thanksgiving and love bikes? Sign up for Cranksgiving a ride to pick up food to donate that kicks off from Peace Coffee. The super loud dudes of Blackbird Bridge bring in also loud dudes Buffalo Fuzz for their Grumpy’s residency. Patrick Kolman (of the famous Kolman Pryor gallery in NE) has new work on display at Traffic Zone Gallery. Brit’s and Old Speckled Hen are throwing a Hen Party with music from RuDeGiRL (all female Clash tribute) and gifts for the first 50 ladies. The craziest event of the weekend is the viewing party of the Violent Shifters episode of The Milk Show at The Eagles Club. Watch the public access TV show on the big screen (a bed sheet) and see the Shifters, Speedbilly, and more play live.  Sunday The local late night show Late Nights MPLS brings in the comedians fromBaddies Comedy Co for their show and you can be in the audience at the Phoenix.

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  • 2017 Uptown Coffee Festival2017 Uptown Coffee Festival

    Yeah man, Uptown! We’re doing it! Swing through Calhoun Square on Saturday to get your caffeine fix from the largest coffee expo in MPLS + STPL. Along with lots of coffee and tea sampling, there’s a few coffee-flavored craft beers on hand, comedy from ComedySportz, and everyone gets a commemorative mug to show off how serious you are about your early morning (and late morning and early afternoon and mid-afternoon) cups of joe. And if you’re worried about parking, they’ve also got you covered—your ticket includes a $5 parking voucher to the ramp. Saturday, 10 AM-3PM. $10. —Art Humes Calhoun Square, 3001 Hennepin Ave, MPLS; calhounsquare.com

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  • ลอยกระทง Loy Krathong (Festival of Lights)ลอยกระทง Loy Krathong (Festival of Lights)

    Visiting the Wat Thai Buddhist Temple during their street food-filled celebrations is definitely on the Secrets bucket list, and this Saturday’s Festival of Lights gives you the perfect opportunity to check it out. Along with the food, there’s a Thai fashion show, Thai and Lao dancing, and attendees can celebrate the Goddess of Water by floating a krathong, a small boat made of banana leaves, down the river. Saturday, 4-9 PM. Free. —Margeaux Devereaux   Wat Thai of Minnesota, 2544 Highway 100 S, Saint Louis Park; 

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  • Covenant: A Conspiracy of Strange Girls Annual Art ShowCovenant: A Conspiracy of Strange Girls Annual Art Show

    “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.” Regular Readers know we’re huge fans of the A Conspiracy of Strange Girls, the 60+ members of creative collective, and it’s even more exciting that they’re setting up shop for their annual art show at the tap room of critically acclaimed beer makers Modist Brewing. Definitely find time to swing by the stacked show to check out everything from art and crafts in a variety of disciplines, potential holiday gift options, plus live screen printing by Ritual Co., a tintype photobooth (it is very cool) by Blkk Hand, tarot readings, and sets of tune by DJ Plunging Necklines (best DJ name in Twincy?) and DJ Health Goth Mom. 7 PM. Free. —Betty M.J. Stacks Modist Brewing, 505 North 3rd St, MPLS; modistbrewing.com

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  • In Minnesota, Franken feels heat - but no broad call to quitIn Minnesota, Franken feels heat - but no broad call to quit

    In this June 21, 2017 file photo, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., listens at a committee hearing at the Capitol in Washington. Franken apologized Thursday after a Los Angeles radio anchor accused him of forcibly kissing her during a 2006 USO tour and of posing for a photo with his hands on her breasts as she slept.

    Minneapolis News / 1 d. 23 h. 44 min. ago
  • Meet the Pictureman, whose goal was to show 'the best of black life' in MinnesotaMeet the Pictureman, whose goal was to show 'the best of black life' in Minnesota

    Gallery: Image from A Got to Be Something Here: The Rise of the Minneapolis Sound,A by Andrea Swensson. University of Minnesota Press The historic Grand Central Band, featuring Linda Anderson, Andre Cymone, Morris Day, Terry Jackson, Prince and William "Hollywood" Doughty, in the mid-1970s.

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  • Minneapolis City Council members turn attention to picking their new presidentMinneapolis City Council members turn attention to picking their new president

    With the election behind them, officials at Minneapolis City Hall are turning their attention to picking a new City Council president. GLEN STUBBE glen.stubbe@startribune.com Before the dust settled after Election Day in Minneapolis, a new campaign started: the scramble to replace Barb Johnson as president of the City Council.

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  • The diminishing power of being anti-development in Minneapolis ... - MinnPostThe diminishing power of being anti-development in Minneapolis ... - MinnPost

    MinnPostThe diminishing power of being anti-development in Minneapolis ...MinnPostAfter Donald Trump and police union presidents, the biggest villains of the 2017 municipal campaigns in Minneapolis and St. Paul — at least according to more ...and more »

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  • Man dies of injuries suffered in N. Minneapolis house fireMan dies of injuries suffered in N. Minneapolis house fire

    The victim, whose name has not been released, was pulled from an upper-level bedroom of a house on the 3600 block of Dupont Avenue N, according to fire officials. Paramedics and firefighters performed resuscitation efforts on the victim, who was then hospitalized at Hennepin County Medical Center in critical condition, Assistant Fire Chief Bryan Tyner said.

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Daniel Mcnellie: Donald from Scares that Cares has been coming to our events for awhile now and after finally getting to know him he mentioned doing a benefit screening. I’m always down to do benefits any chance we can, Earth is a pretty scary place these days, and I think people really need to be kind and help each other whenever they can. I was trying to think of a way to make it unique and fun as opposed to just a normal screening, so I put together the 12 hour marathon, hoping an all day open marathon would be able to raise a bit more than a single screening, since people have busy schedules. Nobody will be turned away, and people can give what they can at the door any time throughout the day. The Psychotrons have been on such a programming tear for these last few months, how will you still have cult film material to show?? Believe me, there’s no end to the material we could show, through various private collections/archives, constant discovery of new outside artist filmmakers, etc. We haven’t even had a chance yet to show the more rare and weird stuff that I originally set out to do. In my free time (not very much since our daughter was born) I’m constantly searching out completely off the radar stuff from outsider artists. It’s taken me to some strange places around the U.S. for sure. Be it from a flier hanging on a street-pole, to going through phone books trying to track down a guy in the deep south who made some 8mm shorts in the 80’s, there’s no end to finding new and interesting things. Last year I came across a 2 part urban action film series shot on VHS in the 80’s in a Chicago housing project that was discovered in the directors closet by his son. It was never released and nobody knows anything about it, including the son. Would love to show it here, but again, would anyone show up? Do you agree with our assessment that this event fits nicely in our new golden age of the local B-Movie scene? I hope there is a golden age with weirdo cult movies happening! That’s the hard part about doing this, the average person generally doesn’t like to get too adventurous in their movie viewings. That’s why you have to do mainstream stuff like Evil Dead, which I love as well, but that is what brings people, which will hopefully in turn allow the weirder stuff to happen. Showing movies is tough these days anywhere, your average person doesn’t hold the social experience as high as say, going to a bar or watching live music. I personally think the experience of being in a theater where everybody is in the same mindset and totally engaged with the film (for better or worse) is just as powerful and fun as any other form of entertainment, and we’ve all made a lot of great new friends just from interacting with people before or after a screening. But in the end, I’m honestly just grateful to be able to put on all these events for people to enjoy either way, regardless of attendance. What percent do you think will make it the whole 12 hours? We’d guess 50% because there are some real maniacs here in the film scene. I’m guessing at the end of the final movie it will be me, Donald from Scares That Care, a couple sleeping people, and maybe a couple of the fellow TCPFS folks. I usually attend various 12 and 24 hour marathons throughout the country so I’ve become good at pulling through these, but I know how brutal they can get though. You need to average about 1 large red bull and large black coffee per movie at some of the 24 hour ones. Maybe half of that at the 12 hour ones. The best part is when you finally get to sleep your brain is all destroyed and you have crazy dreams/night terrors. Worst part is when you’re sick for the next 2 days. This is also a test run for a 24 hour (all rare 35mm films) we’re trying to plan. if this goes well, that could happen sooner rather than later. If people had to pick just one time to stop in and see some crazy stuff, would you recommend 7 PM and, as you say, “LGBTQ equivalent to THE ROOM”? How bonkers is that going to be!? 9 PM is the one you don’t want to miss. Trust me, you haven’t seen it, and it’ll be a blast. Even the people trying to guess what it is are all wrong. The 7 PM LGBTQ equivalent to the room is another insane one though, haha. I came across the LGBTQ film on one of my digs and started spreading it to friends and some programmers a few years ago and they love it, so hopefully it will find an audience someday because it’s a riot. Honestly every movie at this is tons of fun and there’s maybe only 2 movies that people might have seen before. We’ll hand out cheat sheets with clues at the door and the trailers leading up to each film will hint at whats about to come. The thing I hope people will keep in mind is that when I programmed this marathon i did it in a very specific way. It’s not just random movies I wanted to show. They flow in such a way to compliment each other and mess with the audiences expectations and minds, especially with the final movie. Wooooo boy…if you sit through the whole marathon, you’ll probably be delirious by then and this one is gonna make your head explode from laughing at the chaos that unfolds, But if you’re just coming in, you’re gonna think everyone laughing in that theater is a complete moron or insane. Can you give us a scoop on some of the surprises you’ve been teasing for the event? (If not we understand.) Hmm, I think we announced most of them. Bunch of cool raffle prizes throughout the night donated from various people/businesses, free food from Raising Canes later in the evening, a lot of giveaways from Surly brewing throughout the night, more giveaways we can’t talk about till day of, so you just gotta show up. I just really hope people will take the time to consider coming to the event. This is a chance to do some good by helping others who are less fortunate and see some rare, fun movies on the big screen. The 12 Hour Movie Masochist Marathon takes over the Parkway Theater on Saturday, November 18th. 

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  • Mississippi Hot ClubMississippi Hot Club

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