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Heidi Raschke moved around a lot as a kid (she’s the daughter of pro wrestler Baron Von Raschke), but the Twin Cities is the only place she calls home. After attending the University of Minnesota and working on the copy desk at the Minnesota Daily, she’s managed to put down roots and spend her entire career as an editor and writer in the Twin Cities. Most recently, she was senior editor of features and niche publications at the Pioneer Press, where she ran the newsroom’s Life sections, launched a website for busy moms, created popular cooking e-mail newsletters, edited a homes magazine, and started an arts and entertainment podcast. Before that, she covered local and national arts and culture for Request Magazine, Microsoft’s online city guide, the Twin Cities Reader, and Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. She lives in St. Paul with her musician husband and their two daughters.
No one knew quite what to expect when we signed up for an unplugged weekend in a Wisconsin yurt.
Garrison Keillor attempts to explain how he created such an enduring hit.
The LA-based musician compares pop music to The Odyssey, discusses writing hits for Adele, and gets misty about homecoming gigs in Mpls.
They're taking "child-sized" a bit literally.
Editor-tested car washes for the ultimate in neighbor jealousy.
The grand reopening of Northrop Auditorium hosts a fittingly regal ballet.
The country’s hotbed of young poets? The Twin Cities. Meet its most accomplished members.
Want to make the most of fall? You wake up, choose a place on the map you haven’t been to before, and go.
You can pretty much assume that if you’re invited to a summer soiree this year, it will have a Great Gatsby theme.
Bad boy Anthony Bourdain stops at the State Theatre for a raucous evening of talk about food politics and culture.
What’s hotter than the half-dressed hunks on the St. Paul firefighter calendar?
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