A headshot of an African American man in a white button down shirt

Yuen: Memories of the Jim Crow South haunted a Minnesota man. Then the nightmares terrorized his son.

Twin Cities native Lee Hawkins Jr. connects the long legacy of slavery with the belt whippings he received as a child.
A pan of ham and cheese sliders, topped with sesame seeds and poppy seeds, with a single slider served on a plate and a bowl of sesame seeds on the si

A bite of nostalgia, in the form of ham and cheese sliders

Whether feeding a crowd or just each other, these simple sandwiches hit the spot.
You want a spot for your television where you won’t get sun glare, but it also needs to be comfortable.
Home & Garden

Time to settle the argument: Here's the best spot to place the TV

Designer offers tips and tricks.
Bizarre Foods host and Chef Andrew Zimmern is filmed as he prepares for a pop-up dinner for an episode of the upcoming season, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012

Documentary highlighting climate change's impact on food is latest creation from chef Andrew Zimmern

June 18
Minnesota native's three-part series "Hope in the Water" debuts at 8 p.m. Wednesday on PBS stations.
Prince's outfit worn in "Purple Rain" is part of the Prince exhibit.
Don't Miss

40 fun facts about 'Purple Rain' as Prince's triumph marks its 40th anniversary

June 18
The movie and soundtrack arrived in the summer of 1984 and changed Minneapolis 4ever.
Patricia Lacy, left and Braxton Haulcy danced to the music at the Juneteenth event hosted by the Rondo Center of Diverse Expressions. Monday June 19,2

Where to celebrate Juneteenth in the Twin Cities

June 11
From cultural exhibits and health fairs to crafts and carnivals, the celebration is all about creating community.
photo of author Tasha Coryell

Falling for a murderer? What could go wrong? A St. Paul novelist says plenty in "Love Letters to a Serial Killer"

FICTION: "You have to promise not to kill me," writes Tasha Coryell in debut novel "Love Letters to a Serial Killer."
Stage & Arts

Karin Larsson: The new focus of the American Swedish Institute's exhibition

June 17
Karin Larsson, an artist in her own right and wife of popular Swedish artist Carl Larsson, finally gets her due.

Want to nod off? This fake baseball radio podcast is designed to make you fall asleep

June 17
It's boring. It's imaginary. And it has deep Minnesota roots.


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