Heirs from well-heeled families used to get their windfall when they turned 21. Today, the age of inheritance is considerably higher.
Updated: March 07, 2012, - 02:11 PM
A coalition of arts groups wants to make one long cultural corridor from the Sculpture Garden to the river on Hennepin Avenue -- and they're asking for your input.
Updated: March 03, 2012, - 07:27 AM
Ever since Facebook replaced the back-fence kaffeeklatsch, fewer people know their neighbors well, if they even know their names. But a free online platform called Nextdoor is aiming to change that.
Updated: February 24, 2012, - 08:22 PM
Experience life as an older person with an"old-age suit" developed by engineers at MIT.
Updated: February 22, 2012, - 11:31 AM
In just five years, the LEAD Project has had an impact on nonprofit volunteering and influenced attitudes toward philanthropy and the young.
Updated: February 16, 2012, - 08:43 AM
Work out, or have an attractive hairstyle? For many black women, it's a dilemma.
Updated: February 13, 2012, - 01:29 PM
From running the Guthrie costume shop to fitting Katharine Hepburn on Broadway, Jack Edwards maintained high standards and a colorful persona. The Goldstein Museum looks back on a career clearly cut on the bias.
Updated: February 11, 2012, - 07:00 AM
A doctor and two violinmakers combine their talents to nearly exactly copy a priceless instrument.
Updated: January 26, 2012, - 06:41 AM
Paul Schmelzer has an unusual way of collecting autographs from the famous -- he asks them to sign his name instead of theirs.
Updated: January 24, 2012, - 02:05 PM