“Our lawyer got their verbal final decision, and it was that I am denied classification as a working artist, and will be assessed an amount plus penalties for three or four or possibly more years,” said DeMars.
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The Nicollet Ave. bar drums up echoes of The Star Wars Cantina, the end of Casablanca, Hemingway haunts in Paris or Havana, or any other watering hole of yore you can name.
A new double album, “The Argument,” is set for release this summer, and a new documentary, “Every Everything: The Music, Life & Times of Grant Hart,” is in the works.
“I’ve always considered stationary bikes funny since a person could be exercising just as effectively on a real bike,” said artist Marcellus Hall.
To that end, an expected 1,000 or more singers will lift their voices in song Saturday, recalling the community celebrations of yesteryear.
For four hours people milled about Ecolab Plaza, dancing, singing, hugging, sweating in the record heat, and savoring a monumental civil-rights moment.
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He’s 32, and the sign he carries succinctly tells his story: “Laid Off Homeless Single Dad 4 KIDS.”
The former Vikings punter — performing with his band, Tripping Icarus — cut something of a heroic figure Tuesday night.
The Suburbs’ 1983 anthem “Love Is the Law” is poised to become the unofficial theme song of the moment when the bill to legalize gay marriage in Minnesota becomes law.
The couple, who were the subject of the 2004 documentary “Venus of Mars,” say the state is auditing their Schedule C deductions.