Elders treat ills with mind-body medicine, native healing traditions

Elders treat ills with mind-body medicine, native healing traditions

The path to healing comes full circle for two Indian elders bringing mind-body medicine to their community.
Who's the greatest, U2 or the Stones?
Music

Who's the greatest, U2 or the Stones?

June 28
Our critic compares the two legendary bands after seeing them back-to-back last week.
Support animals gain greater acceptance
Variety

Support animals gain greater acceptance

June 28
More public venues are making room for “emotional support animals.”
The psychology of cat videos gets some attention
TV & Media

The psychology of cat videos gets some attention

June 28
It was only a matter of time until academia turned a serious eye toward Internet cat videos.
Music

Best Minn. albums of 2015 (so far) are a varied bunch

June 28
Two live albums, a "Voice" castoff and the "Voice" benefit record round out our annual midyear roundup of the best in Minnesota music.
Movies

Box office: 'Ted 2' lags behind 'Jurassic World,' 'Inside Out'

June 28
A foul-mouthed Teddy bear is no match for a pack of dinosaurs.
Today's Video
Event Calendar
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  • Arts and Entertainment
    Still Life: The Inanimate Subject: A juried exhibition featuring still life photography.
    Family Events
    Artist-Designed Mini Golf: Four new holes will join such old favorites as the Curling Club, an obstacle course of stones and brooms; Putt-Pong, which includes ping-pong paddles and nets, and Putt R. Mutt, inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s infamous fountain-urinal.
    On The Stage
    Choir Boy: A talented boy in a boarding school hopes to become the leader of the school’s gospel choir.
  • Music
    Charles Lloyd: At 77, Lloyd remains a giant of the jazz saxophone. Last month, he was named a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, the most prestigious honor for living jazz musicians.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Still Life: The Inanimate Subject: A juried exhibition featuring still life photography.
    Family Events
    Artist-Designed Mini Golf: Four new holes will join such old favorites as the Curling Club, an obstacle course of stones and brooms; Putt-Pong, which includes ping-pong paddles and nets, and Putt R. Mutt, inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s infamous fountain-urinal.
  • Music
    Charles Lloyd: At 77, Lloyd remains a giant of the jazz saxophone. Last month, he was named a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, the most prestigious honor for living jazz musicians.
    Arts and Entertainment
    Still Life: The Inanimate Subject: A juried exhibition featuring still life photography.
    Family Events
    Artist-Designed Mini Golf: Four new holes will join such old favorites as the Curling Club, an obstacle course of stones and brooms; Putt-Pong, which includes ping-pong paddles and nets, and Putt R. Mutt, inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s infamous fountain-urinal.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Still Life: The Inanimate Subject: A juried exhibition featuring still life photography.
    Family Events
    Artist-Designed Mini Golf: Four new holes will join such old favorites as the Curling Club, an obstacle course of stones and brooms; Putt-Pong, which includes ping-pong paddles and nets, and Putt R. Mutt, inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s infamous fountain-urinal.
    On The Stage
    Choir Boy: A talented boy in a boarding school hopes to become the leader of the school’s gospel choir.
  • Music
    Booker T. Jones: The Hall of Fame B-3 organist known for the instrumental classics “Green Onions” and “Time Is Tight.”
    Arts and Entertainment
    Still Life: The Inanimate Subject: A juried exhibition featuring still life photography.
    Family Events
    Artist-Designed Mini Golf: Four new holes will join such old favorites as the Curling Club, an obstacle course of stones and brooms; Putt-Pong, which includes ping-pong paddles and nets, and Putt R. Mutt, inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s infamous fountain-urinal.
Movies
special feature
“Duets” celebrates unique relationships between pairs of Twin Citians.
special report
Minnesota serves as a crossroads for trains carrying volatile crude oil from ...
special project
Amid fall’s flamboyant colors, subtle scenes hold their own stunning beauty.