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august, 2018

02marallday11octalldayDream Big Omnitheater FilmSoar above the world’s tallest bridge and travel at speeds approaching 700 mph—all on the Omnitheater’s giant screen!

18aug(aug 18)10:00 am19(aug 19)11:30 amSummit Avenue Walking Tour1.5 miles of history along one of the greatest streets in America.

21aug(aug 21)1:00 pm24(aug 24)2:00 pmCathedral of Saint Paul TourTour goes from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Tuesday's - Friday's

23aug(aug 23)6:00 am03sep(sep 3)12:00 amMinnesota State FairThe Great Minnesota Get Together

25aug(aug 25)10:00 am26(aug 26)11:30 amSummit Avenue Walking Tour1.5 miles of history along one of the greatest streets in America.

28aug(aug 28)1:00 pm31(aug 31)2:00 pmCathedral of Saint Paul TourTour goes from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Tuesday's - Friday's

30aug10:00 am3:30 pmJames J. Hill House Guided ToursExplore the grandeur of the James J. Hill House with a 75-minute guided tour.

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  • How the numbers geeks see Minnesota's congressional races August 17, 2018
    Eric Black FiveThirtyEight, the operation created by the political number-crunching guru Nate Silver, doesn’t just have a list of which U.S. House races are in play. No, the site assigns the precise likelihood of victory for candidates in every single House race in the country. On the one hand, I can’t help but look at such […]
  • Transcending barriers: At a time of division, cross-cultural experiences offer a genuine dose of hope August 17, 2018
    Jay Walljasper Photo by Peggy JohnsonAugsburg students at a craft studio in Masaya, Nicaragua.The dream of an inter-connected world — where people meeting face-to-face can transcend cultural, economic and language barriers — never seemed more possible than when I saw an Augsburg University student play guitar for a roomful of expectant mothers in Nicaragua. His […]
  • 'Tour' is inadequate to explain what's happening between the Minnesota Orchestra and South African musicians August 17, 2018
    Scott Chamberlain Scott Chamberlain, a member of the Minnesota Chorale, writes from South Africa while on tour with the Minnesota Orchestra.In all the marketing, press coverage, and local discussions, the Minnesota Orchestra’s and Minnesota Chorale’s excursion to South Africa has been called a “tour.” On the one hand, this is both logical and understandable — yes of […]
  • The man that Tim forgot: How Jeff Johnson's victory changes the 2018 governor's race August 17, 2018
    Peter Callaghan Tim Walz mostly ignored Jeff Johnson during the primary. He had more immediate problems to occupy his time with, like getting past DFL-endorsed rival Erin Murphy and responding to the late-entry of Attorney General Lori Swanson. If Walz allowed himself to look ahead to November, the assumption was that it would be Tim Pawlenty […]
  • Air quality alert in northern Minnesota due to Canadian wildfires August 17, 2018
    MinnPost staff Smoldering North. The Forum News Service warns folks in northern Minnesota about current air quality concerns: "A large area of Canadian wildfire smoke is moving into far northwest Minnesota and will move south and east, covering much of the northern half of the state by early Friday morning, the MPCA said. Among people […]
  • Yet more evidence that this is not the Supreme Court intended nor envisioned by the founders August 17, 2018
    Eric Black Linda Greenhouse, the long-time Supreme Court watcher of the New York Times, had an excellent op-ed in yesterday’s Times about the increasing politicization of Supreme Court appointments and confirmation. The headline and subhead asked (and answered), “Are We Now Electing Supreme Court Justices? Sure seems like it, from watching the TV ads for […]
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