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Yes. Those are a few of the Colors of the Year, 2022
On its 50th anniversary, 50 (mostly chronological) facts about Mayo Clinic Laboratories, which started out with a card table receiving area and led to Mayo’s first expense account, first company car, first sales team, and the first time that Mayo truly moved outside serving its own patients. And, today, features more than 65 specialty laboratories serving 4,000 national and international clients and averaging 35,000 tests per day.
The St. Charles High School grad/RuPaul’s “Drag Race” contestant/Rochester Art Center featured artist

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How sculpture artist Karl Friedrich brings steel to life.
A front-to-back look at some of the History Center’s collection of more that 2,500 postcards, sent from Rochester over the past 120 years.
The first frozen diet dinner company in the nation started—and ended—right here in the 1950s. Thirty years ahead of its time.
Vote for your favorite restaurants in 35 categories!
Area seniors (and we use that term lightly—some respondents are in their 50s) pass along advice for keeping healthy, wealthy, and wise

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Six of your top taco joints (and we keep saying “taco” to get your attention). You voted. We ate tacos. Taco. Taco.
Business development representative at Think Bank and 2021 RochesterFest chair.
Igor Vovkovinskiy—who was 6 feet tall and 200 pounds as a 6-year-old, who endured dozens of surgeries as he grew to 7-foot-8, whose only hope at a cure meant he had to be uprooted from his homeland—faced his share of struggles. And he wanted you to learn from it.

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