Ryan Faircloth and Jeffrey Meitrodt of the Star Tribune look at a question that has become a political hot topic in the last weeks before the election. Could state officials like AG Keith Ellison or Gov. Tim Walz could have stepped in earlier to stop fraud through Feeding our Future.
Matt Sepic, a member of the NorthHigh community in Minneapolis, discussed the need for a solution to gun violence.
Fred Melo, Pioneer Press’s Fred Melo reports plans to renovate St. Paul’s historic Victoria Theater at University Avenue.
Jessie Van Berkel, The Strib’s Jessie Van Berkel, has a great piece about how Minnesota voice actors are making a living from campaign ad seasons. The article even reveals how one voice actor prepares to deliver negative attack voiceovers. He then spits out “like you’re eating something you didn’t order at the restaurant.”
Vanity Fair ranked Prince’s “Purple Rain” as one of the top 30 movies of the 1980s: “The best way to appreciate Purple Rain is to see it as a 1930s musical. It’s set in an old-time vaudeville theatre, which makes sense when you consider the story of Minneapolis’s First Avenue concert venue and its house bands that live there. However, the movie’s story and acting have been a source of great enjoyment for many. This movie is a musical masterpiece of the 80s thanks to Prince’s music and The Revolution’s outstanding performances (and Morris Day and The Time).
MPR’s Dan Gunderson reported that a write in candidate is shaking up Otter Tail County’s Senate District 9 race.
Let’s get down to it: Bring Me the News’ Joe Nelson reports country star Shania Twain will be coming to the Twin Cities next Year.