As MinnPost’s Artscape columnist, Pamela threw herself into the worlds of dance, music, theater, visual arts, literature and so much more.
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The state’s newly adopted film credit — and newly extended historic preservation credit — is part of a niche business: the buying and selling of tax breaks.
Facing a nationwide shortage of forensic psychiatrists, the U’s program emphasizes to med school graduates the benefits of a public-sector career.
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For weeks, Tim Walz has been locked in debate with Senate Republicans over a GOP threat to remove Jan Malcolm as MDH commissioner during a special session.
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The Lynx face Chicago on Sunday in the single-elimination second round, with the winner advancing to the best-of-five semifinals.
For one thing, students are back in classrooms. For another, the delta variant is far more contagious than the original strain of coronavirus Minnesota saw last fall.
Economically, having a lot of competitions scheduled among the two programs makes sense — even if Minnesota and St. Thomas aren’t athletics peers by any reasonable metric.
There’s no (FY22) money in politics, a lame rally and the Senate parliamentarian throws a wrench in Dems’ plans.
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Talk about irreconcilable differences.
The push is part an effort by the DNR to improve relationships with tribes in Minnesota.
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Xcel told one customer they would need to wait 15 years to connect their solar system to its electric grid.
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