An act of racism stunned Delano; now the town is fighting back

An act of racism stunned Delano; now the town is fighting back

The push for unity in Delano comes against the backdrop of a changing Minnesota. More than a million people of color live in the state, about 20 percent of all residents.
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Beauty and the bees: Aveda heiress adds buzz to father's dream of saving world

June 28
Beauty and the bees: Aveda heiress adds buzz to father's dream of saving world
From hair spray to honey, Nicole Rechelbacher continues the visionary legacy of her father.

Twin Cities throwback: Syndicate Block was the pride of Minneapolis in 1910s

June 30
Twin Cities throwback: Syndicate Block was the pride of Minneapolis in 1910s
When the Syndicate Block opened in 1883 it was the pride of downtown Minneapolis.
Books
June 29

The revealing season

Award-winning author Marlon James shares why he loves Minnesota summers.
Eat & Drink
June 29

Summit Brewing's McConn talks about the secret science of beer making

Summit's head brewer, Damian McConn, came from Ireland to help usher in the Twin Cities beer craze, which even he admits is reaching its limits now.
Home & Garden
June 28

Aching to own a lake place? Here's how to join Minnesota's cabin culture

In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, summer fun means water. Is this the year to take the plunge and buy a lake home? And how do you find the right one? Here are some tips.
Magazine
June 27

Is it normal to fantasize about someone who isn't your partner? A therapist weighs in

Marriage therapist Beth D. Nelson is often asked about "normal." We asked her about sex, love and snoring, so you don't have to.
Magazine
June 27

Deep relaxation is the hot remedy for preventing and curing symptoms of stress

Deep relaxation is hot as a remedy for pain, anxiety and other symptoms of modern life stress.
Magazine
June 27

Local jewelry maker Lauren Neal has power behind her designs

Lauren Neal doesn't want to help women feel cool. She wants to help them feel strong.
Magazine
June 27

7 ways Minnesota hospitals are becoming more homelike

Minnesota hospital leaders who recognize that a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere can support a speedy recovery are rethinking the way patient rooms look and feel.
Eat & Drink
June 27

Drink your vegetables this summer at Twin Cities eateries

Move over, salads. There's a new way to consume vegetables, but it's probably not what your mother had in mind.
Magazine
June 27

New Children's Museum unleashes the power of play

When the Minnesota Children's Museum in St. Paul set out to renovate and expand, Barbara Hahn, the museum's vice president of learning innovation, wondered: "How do we create new exhibits to unleash the power of play?"
Magazine
June 27

Pedaling health

  298: Number of calories burned by a 155-pound person bicycling 12-14 miles per hour for 30 minutes 244,000: Number of people in the Twin…
Magazine
June 27

Be prepared with head-to-toe coverage from the sun

Be prepared  Need protection from the sun? These Minnesota companies have you covered from head to toe. Duluth Trading Co. hats both protect and serve…
Magazine
April 21

Lost Minneapolis: Snapshot provides a glimpse of downtown in the 1930s

Almost everything in this picture — the trolleys, the busy streets, the bright signs — are urban staples we'd love to see again. Take a look.
Magazine
April 21

Minnesota laundromat has thousands of dolls staring from the ceiling

At eye level, it's just another laundromat. The only one in the small, historically Norwegian city of Spring Grove, Minn. But look up, and faces stare back.
Eat & Drink
April 21

Where do you go with tasting flights after wine and beer? Hard liquor

We've done wine. We've done beer. Now we're on to the next hot thing in sipping flights: liquor.
Magazine
April 21

Extreme snowbirds: From Minnesota to Quartzsite. Arizona

A remote stretch of Arizona desert offers Minnesotans sun, peace, quiet -- and freedom.
Home & Garden
April 20

Staging your home to sell: Experts share their best tips

A few well-chosen improvements go a long way toward appealing to today's buyers, and it doesn't mean spending a fortune.
TV & Media
April 20

Wash. Post reporter who insulted Red Lake Falls now making his home there

Christopher Ingraham infamously insulted Red Lake County in the Washington Post. Then he actually visited, fell in love with the place and moved there with his family.
Magazine
April 20

Meet the Minnesota Zoo's 'animal mama'

Bottle-feeding four-legged infants is second nature for Diana Weinhardt at the Minnesota Zoo.
Celebrities
April 19

MPR's Cathy Wurzer talks about life, death and Mountain Dew

The award-winning journalist is on a mission to break the taboo of talking about — and preparing for — the end of life. She arrives at what she calls her passion project as a familiar face and voice who has been a 30-year staple on Twin Cities airwaves.
Prince
April 18

Floodgates are about to open on Prince's career after death

A year after he died, Prince has a lucrative second career taking off. The industry moguls he despised are calling the shots — and his wishes don't apply.
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