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A 36-foot houseboat moored on Namakan Island

A Houseboating Excursion in Voyageurs National Park

Combine the glories of the BWCA with the comforts of a floating trailer
Author Jennifer Vogel, second from the left, attended the premiere of "Flag Day" in Cannes, France.

I Survived Watching “Flag Day,” Based on My Memoir, at the Cannes Film Festival

In France’s Cote d’Azur, I attended the premiere of the Sean Penn-directed film in lipstick, heels, and a French hairdo

Meet the Birdchick Who's Making Birding a Hot Hobby

Sharon Stiteler’s modern take on birding

Ticked Off

Combatting the rise of Lyme disease.

Minnesota South

How Naples, Florida became the winter roost for our most notable snowbirds

The Shore Thing

Once a rustic retreat, the secret is out on Brainerd. But among its ritzy resorts and upscale restaurants remain a few hidden gems.

Beauty, on the Rocks

Colorful formations and a sculpted shoreline make Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore a dazzling—if distant—destination for summer travel

The Long, Strange Trip

The Sixties: A time of prickly politics, peace-loving protesters, and all-things psychedelic. Here's how Minnesota contributed to the decade of change.

The Inside Man

Minneapolis police chief Tim Dolan faces a tough reappointment process this spring. But for this hockey-playing son of the city’s north side, tough is just another day.

Who's Making Money Now …

Hard times everywhere? Hardly! Here's a look at the new economy—plus, salary figures for 100 jobs in Minnesota.