The first generation of the 21st century is shaping up to be diverse and digital. But are we really going to call it Gen Z?
Updated: March 18, 2015, - 11:56 AM
Young singers are breathing new life into shape note, one of the oldest forms of American music.
Updated: March 14, 2015, - 09:33 PM
Overshadowed by others, architect/craftsman Edwin Lundie created scores of Minnesota houses notable for their artisanship.
Updated: March 06, 2015, - 10:45 PM
A good chunk of the 65-and-older set are moving into larger homes or sinking big bucks into remodeling projects to create the homes of their dreams.
Updated: March 01, 2015, - 07:01 PM
As baby boomers reject traditional terms for aging, businesses and marketers scramble to find the right words.
Updated: February 24, 2015, - 08:37 AM
The National Forest Lodge offers cross-country trails, rustic cabins and piles of snowy fun.
Updated: February 07, 2015, - 09:27 PM
Mayo Clinic sees the emerging field of big data analytics as a crucial strategy to defend and reinforce its standing as an elite medical institution, particularly as health reform efforts and federal belt-tightening change the way doctors get paid.
Updated: January 30, 2015, - 07:57 PM
Millennials will soon outnumber baby boomers in the United States, and sometime this year they are expected to become a majority of the workforce. Suddenly, Maple Grove workplace consultant Sarah Sladek is in high demand.
Updated: January 27, 2015, - 03:20 PM
Reliable, longtime volunteers, who were shaped by the Great Depression and WWII, are dying or getting too old to do the work. Baby boomers aren’t stepping in to fill their shoes — at least not in the same way.
Updated: January 26, 2015, - 06:04 AM