Jeff Strickler

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-7392
Jeff Strickler has served as the Star Tribune movie critic, reported on religion and is currently is focusing on a wide array of general-interest feature stories, with a partial emphasis on health and fitness.

Recent content from Jeff Strickler

Bikers get a helping hand

A design student's electronic glove translates bikers' traditional hand signals into directional lights.

Updated: August 10, 2012, - 03:30 PM

Want a heart attack with that?

This country has an export that other countries likely don't want: health problems caused by fast food.

Updated: July 24, 2012, - 08:14 AM

Unrelenting heat can wither your meds, too

Drugs can be less effective, and the body reacts to them differently, too.

Updated: July 22, 2012, - 09:48 PM

Sky's the limit for 1954 flying car

A Twin Cities collector is selling a vintage Aerocar, one of only five that still exist. You can drive it or fly it home.

Updated: July 20, 2012, - 02:59 PM

High-tech headstones speak from beyond the grave

They use QR codes to link to photos and videos of the dearly departed.

Updated: July 14, 2012, - 09:51 PM

Getting a kick out of kickball

A game best known from grade-school gym class has found a new generation of players who enjoy its snappy pace and focus on having fun.

Updated: July 09, 2012, - 04:01 PM

Build a marriage 15 minutes at a time

In a new twist on the old adage about good things coming in small packages, a marriage counselor says the secret to strengthening your relationship can come in "tiny bits of time" together.

Updated: July 09, 2012, - 03:44 PM

Cricket: A whole new ball game

Every Saturday and Sunday from early May to mid-October, you'll find a few of the 26 teams sponsored by the Minnesota Cricket Association at play.

Updated: July 06, 2012, - 03:00 PM

Sweat equity + grease = bike

A nonprofit bicycle shop offers a repair class that rewards new mechanics with the bike they have just fixed.

Updated: July 04, 2012, - 06:11 PM

Noise may add to heart attack risk

Danish researchers think they have stumbled on a cause of heart attacks: noisy streets.

Updated: July 04, 2012, - 02:33 PM

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