In September, Bill Murphy was fired from his position as dean of Winona State University's College of Business. On Friday, it was revealed he was terminated because he's a raging pervert.SEE ALSO: Clark Griffith after dropping trou on Grand Avenue: "Last night was awesome" An independent investigati ... More >>
Yesterday, the California-based Institute for College Access and Success released its seventh-annual state-by-state student debt report, and it turns out Minnesota is right near the top of the charts when it comes to average debt load for college grads.SEE ALSO: Economic recovery? What economic reco ... More >>
Mid West Music Festival Day OneFeaturing Tapes 'n Tapes, Cory Chisel, and Zoo Animal Winona, MNThursday, April 19, 2012Rain and plummeting temperatures greeted music fans in Winona who were gathering for the third annual Mid West Music Fest on Thursday evening. And while the lousy weather conditio ... More >>
Part of the appeal of out-of-town music festivals (like SXSW and Soundtown) is seeing local acts in front of crowds who aren't nearly as familiar with them as we are in the Twin Cities. Having to win over new fans will only make those bands better when they return back home, and bearing witness ... More >>
The music of The May North could simply be condensed down to one genre, bluegrass, but that wouldn't do the band any justice. Coming together from many bands to form a Frankenstein -- in a good way --like band, the group are set to release their debut album, Songs From The North Country.Wit ... More >>
After a sold-out run last fall, Nautilus Music-Theater has brought back Joan of Arc for another weekend run. The bad news is that the performances are already sold out. The good news is that ticket holders are in for an intense and riveting experience.The one-act piece -- crafted by librettist La ... More >>
Michele Bachmann, Albert Einstein: More in common than you think.Every magazine in America is writing a big profile of Michele Bachmann, and at this point you really need to throw something crazy out there to get noticed.Newsweek banked on a bug-eyed photo that went viral, with the cover shot get ... More >>
The former Minnesota high school and collegiate standout is finding the fairway in his first season on Tour.
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