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Bob Dylan, seen at a 2012 White House ceremony, will meet with members of the Swedish Academy to accept his Nobel prize.

Dylan to Meet Nobel Academy to Receive Literature Diploma


Bob Dylan Archives Open in Oklahoma


Family and Close Friends Say Goodbye to George Michael

Positive Reactions to 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' at CinemaCon

Elton John to Help Develop Animated 'Technicolor Dreamcoat'

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Adele: 'I Don't Know If I Will Ever Tour Again'


Disney CEO: 'Last Jedi' Not Changed Due to Fisher's Death


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Movie of Vince Flynn's 'American Assassin' to Debut Sept. 15
A movie based on a best-seller by the late Minnesota author Vince Flynn is coming to theaters in September.

Chuck Berry's Final Studio Album to be Released in June
Chuck Berry's final studio album, his first since 1979, is due to be released in June.

ABC's Diane Sawyer to Interview Caitlyn Jenner Again

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'Beauty and the Beast' Roars with Monstrous $170M Debut


Rock 'n' Roll Legend Chuck Berry Dies at 90


Boot, Wheelbarrow, Thimble Ousted from Monopoly Board Game


Canadian Prime Minister, Ivanka Trump See Broadway Musical


Whoopi Goldberg onset of ABC's
'I'm coming for you': Whoopi Goldberg Blasts Fake Web Story
The Duluth Playhouse is putting on
Disney's The Lion King Jr Comes to Life on Playhouse Children's Theatre Stage
'Dragon Tattoo' Follow-Up Coming in 2018 with New Cast
Michelle Obama, seen in her official 2013 White House photo, has written a college letter of recommendation for a star of ABC's Black-ish.
Michelle Obama Writes College Letter for 'Black-ish' Star
'Kong' Outmuscles 'Logan' to Become King of the Box Office
James Cameron Says 'Avatar' Sequel Not Coming in 2018
Former Secretary of State, John Kerry
John Kerry, Former Secretary of State, Writing Memoir
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is headed back to Harvard to give the commencement speech in May.
Harvard Dropout Zuckerberg to Address Grads at Alma Mater
'Logan' Slices Box Office with $85.3M, 'Moonlight' Gets Bump
Facebook is beefing up its suicide prevention tools, including new options for people to report if someone might harm themselves while broadcasting on Facebook Live.
Facebook Beefs Up Suicide Prevention Focused on Live Video
Mr. T, Simone Biles Among New 'Dancing with the Stars' Cast
The 89th annual Oscars on ABC
'Moonlight' Wins Best Picture Academy Award

Democrat Cullen Won't Run for Wis. Governor


Man Wrongly Named Person of Interest in Wetterling Case Sues


Lawmakers Consider Harsher Wisconsin Youth Prison Proposals


Gronseth Shares Job Search Thoughts on Facebook


Lawsuit Seeks More Freedom for Wineries in Frosty Minnesota


Charges: Minn. Man Stabbed, Bit Victim Because He Hates Muslims


Wis. Finance Committee OKs Opioid Bills


Minn. Senate GOP Proposes Large Cuts to Social Services


Wis. Finance Committee OKs Eliminating Child Work Permits


Police Searching for Missing St. Cloud State Student


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Animal Allies: Daisy

Workout Wednesday: Shred Class at Ignite Studio

The Fish Heads Sing a Sneak Peek Ahead 'Cabin Fever Festival'

Fundraiser for Duluth Children's Museum Full of Bubbles, Carnival Fun

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Duluth Couple's Lawsuit Alleges Police Entered Home Mistakenly; Violated Civil Rights

Missing Int'l Falls Teen Found Safe in North Dakota

Gary Allen Tilander, who had been missing for more than a month, is safe after being found in North Dakota.

Highly Decorated, Respected Duluth Police Officer Retires

Bear Under Lakeside Porch Scared Out and Up a Tree

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