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The Latest: Archbishop says archdiocese disclosed all assets

1 hour agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

The Latest on attorneys accusing the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis of hiding assets (all times local):

WTF Comics Club Reads: The Sandman: Endless Nights - Destiny has a book. The end.

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

The WTF Comics Club is a monthly reading group for Women, Trans, and Femme-identified fans in Minneapolis. In its second year, the club is taking a look at some of the major comic book “must reads” and asking: Must we really read th...

Creditors: Minnesota archdiocese sitting on $1.7 billion

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Creditors and an attorney for victims of clergy abuse are accusing a Minnesota archdiocese of vastly understating its assets in bankruptcy. They say the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has some $1.7 billion in assets — far more than the $49 million it lists in a filing this week. In court […]

Not So ‘Irreplaceable’: People Furious Over Minnesota’s ‘Beyoncé Day’ Proclamation

6 hours agoNews : Mediaite

The selection of yesterday to acknowledge as the Day of 'Yonce aligned with the singer's highly-anticipated performance at the TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

TESTRIDE™ Joins Cabela’s NWT on Lake Winnebago in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on Friday, May 2

10 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Minneapolis, Minn. (May 23, 2016) – All the walleye pros are set up on Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin this week for the The post TESTRIDE™ Joins Cabela’s NWT on Lake Winnebago in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on Friday, May 2 appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Hardline Stands against the Print Mongers?

I had to skip my appearance at Wizard World Minneapolis thanks to a last second job with an impossible deadline (that I still managed to meet), so I missed the fireworks there when artist Aldrin “Buzz” Aw confronted “fan art” artistShow More Summary

Minnesota's Governor Declared Today Beyoncé Day, Too Bad It's Almost Over

Mondays aren't all bad — in fact today was sort of divine in Minnesota: With the Formation World Tour hitting Minneapolis tonight, Governor Mark Dayton and Lt. Governor Tina Smith declared this day in history "Beyoncé Day." "Beyoncé's impact and success has been widely recognized," Dayton explained in a statement. ... More »

General Mills bets on dairy-free cheese startup

MINNEAPOLIS—General Mills Inc.'s venture capital led an $18 million round of investment in Kite Hill, a startup that makes dairy-free cheeses and yogurts. Hayward, Calif.-based Kite announced the deal Friday. It plans to use the capital to expand distribution and ramp up marketing. The 301 Inc. Show More Summary

Governor Declares 'Beyonce Day' In Minnesota

WASHINGTON -- Who run the world? Girls. Who runs Minnesota? Beyoncé. At least, for a day. Queen Bey is performing in Minneapolis on Monday night, so Gov. Mark Dayton (D) and Lt. Gov. Tina Smith went ahead and dedicated the whole day to her. Show More Summary

Prince Likely Dead 6 Hours Before He Was Found

The musician Prince was likely dead for six hours before being found in the elevator last month at Paisley Park. Through interviews and court records, the Minneapolis Star Tribune pieced together the last hours of his life. Prince had...Show More Summary

Timeline Report Reveals Prince Was Dead At Least Six Hours Before Body Was Found

A new report has emerged, shedding new light on the hours before Prince‘s body was discovered on his Paisley Park compound. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that the legendary musician… READ ON

Prince Lay Dead in Elevator for 6 Hours

Prince was apparently battling opioid addiction when he died—and when he did die, he lay in an elevator for at least six hours before being found, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Sources close to the investigation say Prince had suffered an opioid overdose on April 15 and received treatment...

Patrick Hogan would prefer not to

(Scott Johnson) After conspirator turned informant Abdirahman Bashir testified to his employment at the airport in the terrorism trial in progress before Judge Davis in Minneapolis, I wrote the Metropolitan Airport Commission’s public...Show More Summary

Amid scrutiny and suspicion, Minneapolis' Somali community finds a way to thrive

It wasn’t hard to see who the outsiders in the courtroom seemed to be. All the jurors were white, the prosecutors white, the FBI agents white. Most of the reporters were white, including me. Mohamed... Abdihamid... Farah. Adbirahman... Yasin... Daud. Guled... Ali... Omar. U.S. District Judge...

Prince Dead For More Than Six Hours Before He Was Found At Paisley Park, Reports Indicate

A new report indicates that Prince was likely dead for more than six hours before his body was discovered in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota. On Saturday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that a paramedic responding to the scene of the incident indicated that the late singer had been dead... Show More Summary

Minnesota businessman Wheelock Whitney Jr. dies

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota businessman and former Vikings co-owner Wheelock Whitney Jr. has died. He was 89. His son, Ben Whitney, says Wheelock Whitney died Friday at his home in Independence of natural causes. The St. Cloud native was CEO from 1963-1972 of the investment banking firm Dain and Co. Whitney also helped bring major […]

Outfront Media Brings Digital Advertising To Minneapolis And St. Paul Skyway System

Outfront Media Inc. has announced the next deployment of its ON Smart Media platform in the Minneapolis and St. Paul skyway systems.

Social Media's Use As Weapon Amplifies Need For Coaches To Connect With Parents

The Star Tribune in Minneapolis is reporting that at least two long-time high school coaches in the area have stepped down recently in large part because they were bloodiedwith a blunt instrument -- parents' social media presences. From the paper: Coaches who counsel their players on the long-term damage [...]

Letter From America: A Former Banker’s Push to End ‘Too Big to Fail’

Neel Kashkari, head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, was once a free-market ideologue. Now he fears that the financial sector is too large.

The Plot Thickens: Anchor Who Got Criticism for Necklace Was Wearing Jewelry Designed for On-Air Talent

last weekNews : Mediaite

Robinson counts Micah Materre of Chicago's WGN-TV, Roxanne Battle Morrison of Minneapolis' KARE-TV, and Elizabeth Reis of Minneapolis' KSTP 5 among her clients.

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