We're counting down to Super Bowl 52 with 52 Minnesota stories. This video series features notable Minnesotans, from artists to athletes to entertainers.
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My North is a weekly video series created by Mpls St Paul Magazine and presented by Explore Minnesota.
Kylie Bunbury, the star of Pitch on 'Fox,' may be soaking up the Hollywood limelight these days, but she is always itching to come back to Minnesota to visit her family and take in the lakes, fresh air, and, of course, some cheese curds and Sweet Martha’s cookies at the Minnesota State Fair. more
Nearly a decade ago Marlon James moved from Jamaica to Minnesota for a teaching appointment at Macalester College. Today, the 2015 Man Booker Prize-winning author of “A Brief History of Seven Killings” is a bonafide literary superstar but chooses to stay in Minneapolis because the city inspired the sense of openness and potential that allowed him to write his breakout novel in the first place. more
Native Minnesotan Nora McInerny moved to New York and eventually came back home to "have more space." In this space, she has founded Still Kickin, a non-profit that assists local families through difficult times, hosted American Public Media’s podcast ‘Terrible, Thanks for Asking,' and wrote ‘It's Okay to Laugh (Crying is Cool, Too).’ more
Comedian Louie Anderson was born and raised in St. Paul and is an alum of Minneapolis's Brave New Workshop. He currently stars in the Emmy Award-winning role of Christine in FX's 'Baskets.' Despite his big fame, Anderson still enjoys coming home to perform for his fellow Minnesotans. more