Chris Coleman: Investing in arts and ...

Chris Coleman: Investing in arts and culture: Next up: The Palace Theatre, downtown St. Paul

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PB in Saint Paul

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Oct 27, 2013
Yeah, pour $ into that crap while more businesses are closing up downtown and and long-established businesses like Linder's are shutting down.

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