Despite lockout, Orchestra Hall renovation
By Mike Muzenrider
The construction at Orchestra Hall crowds onto South 11th Street in downtown Minneapolis — transforming the once familiar concert venue, with its blue glass façade and big blue pipes, into a confusion of white tarps, particle-board and cranes.
While the Minnesota Orchestra is at an impasse with management and musicians over a new collective bargaining agreement, the Orchestra Hall renovation is moving ahead and on pace to be done this summer. SEE MORE
Third Ward City Council Member Diane Hofstede and challenger Jacob Frey.
For Major League Baseball teams, there is a window of opportunity to win a championship. Unless, of course, you’re the Pirates. Then it’s more like a knothole. Or the Yankees, who had some remodeling work done in the ’90s to have that wall removed entirely.
But for the rest of the teams, there is a window of opportunity that is largely determined by the health of their minor leagues. SEE MORE