The largest collection of works by Rembrandt ever assembled in the United States is coming to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The collection promises to show the career trajectory of this 17th-century Dutch master, from brash young artist to timeless observer of humanity. In addition to undisputed masterpieces by the artist’s hand, visitors will see portraits once attributed to Rembrandt, and find out why they no longer are believed to bear his mark. The exhibit runs June 24, 2012 through Sept. 16. Tickets are $12 to $14. Call 888-642-2787. Tickets may sell out at peak times and on weekends, the art institute says.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for the week ending Tuesday, Oct. 4
The 7-day average number of cases has been dropping.
Gallery: Ely treehouse cabin for $209k is a salvaged materials masterpiece
Take a look inside a truly unique cabin on Shagawa Lake.
Man airlifted after being pinned under truck in northern MN
The incident happened near Nisswa, Minnesota.
St. Paul company ends corrugated manufacturing, cutting 130 jobs
The facility produces around 200,000 tons of corrugated packaging every year.
Legal Marijuana Now candidate for 2nd District Paula Overby dies
Election Day is Nov. 8.
Sartell woman, 94, killed in collision with semi-truck
The crash happened in Haven Township near St. Cloud.
Woman reported missing from Anoka County is found safe
An alert was issued Wednesday afternoon.
Gallery: Behind the scenes of new and improved Duluth Haunted Ship
A hull lot of horror.
Explosion reported near Hastings; man airlifted to hospital
Authorities say the victim has serious injuries.
School faces uncertain future after land sold to Catholic nonprofit
The school near Marine on St. Croix sits on land that's just been sold.
Boy suffers 'life-threatening' injuries in car-bike collision in Minneapolis
Police said the driver is cooperating with the investigation.
Target says some stores will restock Missoni collection
The limited edition collection sold out at most Target stores in minutes Tuesday. The mad rush for the Italian designer's special line also crashed Target's website. But the Minneapolis-based retailer says more merchandise is on the way.
China's terra cotta warriors to come to the Twin Cities
Dozens of items from China's First Emperor's burial site, including 10 terra cotta warriors and horses, will be on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art next fall.
Hennepin County inmates publish poetry collection
After attending three creative writing workshops, a group of 95 Hennepin County Adult Corrections Facility inmates have been introduced to the world of poetry publishing. The sessions resulted in a collection of prose titled "Poems from the Inside."
Study: Twin Cities has largest racial disparity for unemployment
The Economic Policy Institute found the unemployment rate for African Americans in the metro is about 24 percent compared to six percent for Caucasians -- the biggest gap than any other metropolitan area in the United States.
More than two dozen legislators collected reimbursements during state shutdown
At least 28 legislators collected reimbursements for expenses during the state government shutdown last summer. The St. Cloud Times reports most of those are from the state Senate.
Fergus Falls man gets 10 years for 'soul collecting'
Timothy Eugene Peterson says he was blacked out last January when he attacked his neighbor, Ivan Mallas, with a bowie knife, trying to cut off his toes and scalp him, looking to collect his soul.
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