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The Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building

Photo by David Bowman

America wants you gone? Please enjoy a last look at the tennis dome and the climbing wall at Fort Snelling. more

Arts & Culture

The Spark Moments cast and crew film a scene.

Photo by Caroline Yang

Her newest short film, Spark Moments, shows the “aha moments” of five powerful women in STEM—and she’s releasing it on International Day of the Girl, no less. more

Arts & Culture

President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Neel Kashkari and his Newfoundland dogs

Photo by Caitlin Abrams

The Minneapolis Fed president talks the 2008 recession, chopping wood, and his plan for improving the banking system. more

Arts & Culture

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Illustration by Ian Keltie

Ahead of the three-day Manova Summit, we talk with local Medicare and Medicaid wizard Andy Slavitt about the state of our health care. more

Health & Fitness

Bob Trench and his film crew worked on Dodging Bullets for four years.

Photo courtesy of Fahrenheit Films

'Dodging Bullets' confronts the lasting legacy of America’s treatment of Native people. more

Arts & Culture

Jessie Diggins skiing

Photo courtesy of US Ski and Snowboard

Yet another star-studded sporting event has chosen a home in the north. more

Arts & Culture

Babe the Blue Ox in water

Illustration by Mark Pernice

The Minneapolis of the future will be no place for finished basements. more

Arts & Culture

The Reading Room in St. Paul

Photos by Caitlin Abrams

What do you get when you cross Amtrak, civil rights, and a library? more

Arts & Culture

Anthony Bourdain with Andrew Zimmern

Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images

Reflections on the untimely loss of a good friend. more

Eat & Drink

You never know what you’ll see in a Fringe Festival show. Sometimes the performers don’t know themselves. more

Arts & Culture

Looking down Hennepin Ave in Downtown Minneapolis

Photographs by Ackerman + Gruber

What’s wrong with Hennepin Avenue? With a $20 million overhaul in the works, stakeholders look to change the face of downtown. But what if Hennepin doesn't need fixing? more

Arts & Culture

Liberian Americans protest in St. Paul at the Minnesota State Capital

Photo by Brian Peterson/Minneapolis Star Tribune via ZUMA Wire

The Liberian community in Minnesota is an immigration success story. Or it was. Under new Trump rules, pastors and nurses will be sent “home” to a country they haven’t seen in decades. more

Arts & Culture

A lost amusement park. A forgotten hermit. A whole bunch of buildings that burned. What’s the story with those dots in the middle of Lake Minnetonka? more

General Interest

Tourism is at the heart of Lake Minnetonka, and it has been forever. We look back at the lake's origins. more

General Interest

Chainbreaker rider at the finish line

Photo courtesy of Chainbreaker

In its second year, Chainbreaker is busting the cancer conversation—and research funding—wide open. more

Health & Fitness

These galleries deserve to fill the stands. more

Arts & Culture

The Internet cheered on this skyscraper-scaling raccoon all day, and the world rejoiced when it safely made it to the top. more

General Interest

Devean George

Photos by Caitlin Abrams

Devean George has turned an improbable career in pro basketball into another unlikely calling: building affordable housing in North Minneapolis. more

Arts & Culture

Dr. Susan Miller of Mission Animal Hospital in Eden Prairie

Photos by Caitlin Abrams

Dr. Susan Miller is trying to take the bite out of unaffordable pet care. more

General Interest

Dog Park illustrations

Illustrations by Remie Geoffroi

Enough dog parks exist in the metro now that many dog owners can stick to their “local.” But an afternoon away game at the dog park can be an investigation into how the other half lives. more

General Interest