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Drew Wood

Drew Wood

Deputy editor and generalist extraordinaire Drew Wood's been around the media block with stints at Thrillist.com, Metro, and Minnesota Business to name a few. For a brief period in his 20s Drew left journalism to pursue an MFA in Creative Writing and an MA in English in hopes of someday becoming an English professor only to realize that being a English professor requires lots of reading and deep thinking, and is actually quite boring. He lives in Tangletown with his wife and two daughters, and would almost always rather be wearing a baseball cap.

Who in the world can fight Amazon and win? A 24-year-old Minneapolis undergrad, mobilizing one Amazon worker at a time. Read more

Arts & Culture

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Photo by Caitlin Abrams

Minnesota is one of only eight states—soon to be seven—that require lovebirds to disclose one super outdated, not-very-useful piece of information in order to get married. Read more

Arts & Culture

Eating snow

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Arts & Culture

Alan Page

Portrait by Ackerman + Gruber

The NFL Hall of Famer and state Supreme Court Justice talks about waking up early, when not to boycott a Presidential ceremony, and how vending machines changed his life forever. Read more

Arts & Culture

Skiing - December 2017

Photos by Ashley Camper

Our peerless guide to every darn ski resort in Minnesota. (And one in Wisconsin.) Read more

Travel & Visitors

Christopher Ingraham

Photograph by Caitlin Abrams

Washington Post reporter Christopher Ingraham just published his book about ditching the big city for a simpler life in Red Lake Falls. So when is he moving back to D.C.? Would you believe never? Read more

Arts & Culture

Peter Krause

Photograph by John Russo

The star of "9-1-1," "Six Feet Under," and "Parenthood" talks about his Roseville roots, working the State Fair, and the (many) characters he's portrayed. Read more

Arts & Culture

Celestre Saint Paul bedroom

Photographs by Caitlin Abrams

St. Paul’s new boutique hotel repackages a history that would make a mother—or a sister—proud. Read more

Arts & Culture

Finding the Words

Photos by John Schaidler

826 MSP has a story to tell about how kids learn to write—but they’d rather let the kids tell it. Read more

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The most essential local museum and gallery happenings this fall. Read more

Arts & Culture

Zen and the art of turning a massive field of corn into a massive, artful maze. Read more

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As vaping-related illnesses sweep the nation, how has vaping affected Minnesota youth? Read more

Health & Fitness

2019 Minnesota State Fair New Food Guide

Photographs by Caitlin Abrams

It's here. The GET IT, SKIP IT, YOUR CALL guide to the new Minnesota State Fair foods. Read more

, Eat & Drink

Minnesota State Fair

Photograph by Caitlin Abrams

More than 2 million ticket buyers entered the fairgrounds in 2018. The spectrum of Minnesotans that visit the Fair raises the question: Who doesn't go? Read more

Arts & Culture

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Photo by Caitlin Abrams

The State Fair is on an attendance tear, topping 2 million in 2018. But when does the line for Pronto Pups become a public menace? Read more

Arts & Culture

Lyz Lenz

Photo by Matthew Hintz

How does an evangelical get a heretical rep, while growing closer to God? Lyz Lenz isn’t sure—but she just wrote a book about it. Read more

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Photograph by Rebecca Slater

Get to know Alex West Steinman, the rabble-rousing entrepreneur and cofounder of The Coven who only stops smashing the patriarchy for t-ball practice. Read more

Arts & Culture

Mobile Detection Station

Photo by Caitlin Abrams

If you’ve got a better theory on what that mobile detection station was doing next to the river, let’s hear it. Read more

Arts & Culture

On August 1, the new law will make it illegal to hold and use your cell phone while driving in Minnesota. Read more

Arts & Culture

Kayaking on Lake Bde Maka Ska

Photograph by Caitlin Abrams

Find out where to rent kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and stand-up paddleboards, and head out on the water. Read more

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