Jordana Green

WCCO Radio host Jordana Green reveals she has leukemia

The radio personality is receiving treatment at the Mayo Clinic.
Alan Miller prepared to host an episode of ‘Access to Democracy.’ The interview series which was recorded in the studio at Thomson Reuters, is now
Variety

Octogenarian hosts top Minnesota politicians on Eagan cable access show

5:40pm
In an era where elected officials speak in sound bites and tweets, an Eagan cable access show goes deep and stays civil.
Chef Mike Brown makes a smoky effect for the dessert course at Travail's new multi-course tasting dinner, A New Hope.
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21 new and soon-to-open restaurants in the Twin Cities

3 minutes ago
New restaurants, breweries, drive-throughs, residencies, ghost kitchens, pop-ups, and even a barbershop-turned-coffeeshop take a gamble on pandemic-era dining in the Twin Cities.
Pileated woodpecker
Home & Garden

Woodpeckers may annoy you, but they're helpers in the bird community

12:12pm
While homeowners may not appreciate it, woodpeckers create homes for cavity nesters. Here's a guide to local woodpeckers.
CBS White House Correspondent Ben Tracy says “the seats are nothing fancy” on Air Force One — but “the food is fantastic.”
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Ex-WCCO reporter shares his often 'crazy' life as White House correspondent

October 27
What's life like for a St. Paul native covering President Donald Trump during unprecedented times?
Lee Poulis as Heathcliff and Sara Jakubiak as Catherine Earnshaw in the Minnesota Opera production of “Wuthering Heights.”
Music

Minnesota Opera hits the 'Heights' once more

October 26
REVIEW: Virtual season revisits a historic work by famed film composer Bernard Herrmann.
Mia Lang, 9, prepped for hockey practice in the parking lot at the Bloomington Ice Arena, Tuesday, September 22, 2020 in Bloomington, MN. ] ELIZABETH
Variety

Twin Cities' Hockey Niñas take to the ice to promote state's traditional sport

October 26
At a time when hockey officials and boosters are working to expand the sport, particularly among minorities, four girls in Bloomington have made it their mission, as well.
Eat & Drink

First-rate farmers market pizzeria is finally getting a permanent home

October 26
Northern Fires Pizza will be landing at Cedar and 42nd in south Minneapolis in early November.
Coronavirus

Minnesotans adjust holiday plans: 'This is not a typical year'

October 24
It's possible to limit the risks of a large gathering and still keep some of the magic.