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St. Louis Park resident and self-described suburban cowboy Joshua Larson has carved out a niche creating one-man shows that combine mythology, biblical themes and Americana music. He returns to the Minnesota Fringe Festival this year with another installation of his work, “John’s Divine Comedy.” Performances are 10 p.m. Thursday, July 31, 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. [...]

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Four candidates compete for commissioner seat in primary St. Louis Park and Minneapolis voters in Hennepin County’s District 3 will narrow the field of candidates for a commissioner seat from four to two during a primary Tuesday, Aug. 12. Incumbent Marion Greene, of Minneapolis, won a special election May 13 to succeed former commissioner Gail [...]

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The St. Louis Park Public Schools administration has selected a new director of human resources. The district selected Richard “Rick” Kreyer to fill the position. Kreyer previously served as the executive director of human resources operations for Minneapolis Public Schools. The St. Louis Park School Board had not yet approved the hire as of press [...]

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A group from the Friends of Israel Scouts, called Tzofim in Hebrew, showcased the Israeli flag on stage outside the Sholom Home’s West Campus in St. Louis Park. Four groups of the Israel Scouts travel to about 200 locations in North America each year to promote connections between Israel and Jewish people on this continent. [...]

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