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Katie Klingbeil

Katie is an associate editor for Minnesota Monthly and Greenspring Media's Custom Publishing Division.
Kids in Need Foundation and other ways to support educators this year.

5 Ways to Support Educators This Upcoming School Year

From donating school supplies to giving financially, teachers need our support more than ever
sunflower field in Monticello on a sunny day

A Visit to a Sunflower Field Is What Everyone Needs This Summer

Where to find Fish Sunflowers’ free fields and what to expect when you get there
National Ice Cream Mnth

4 New Minnesota Ice Cream Shops to Try This Summer

Celebrate National Ice Cream Month, and beyond, with a sweet treat from a new spot
People social distance on Broken Clock's patio during COVID-19

What It’s Like Working at a Brewery During COVID-19

A Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative bartender details the challenges and the rewards of reopening
Altar at Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul, Minnesota

On Going Back to Church, Post-Quarantine

From social distancing in the pews to restrictions on singing, going to church looks different now—but that's okay
Going on a picnic on a summery, sunny afternoon

The Art of Picnicking: Tips and Products for Your Next Picnic

From keeping food cold to avoiding spills, your next picnic will shine with these tips and products
This rosé-inspired sour from Minneapolis Cider Co. is perfect for National Rosé Day

5 Pink and Rosé-Inspired Beers and Ciders for the Summer

Celebrate National Rosé Day with these deliciously pink local beers and ciders
Woman ties ribbon to Lakewood Cemetery's Living Memory Tree

5 Virtual Events to Celebrate Memorial Day 2020

Memorials, parades, and ceremonies are off the table, but virtual Memorial Day events are still readily available
Aerial view of Sky Vu Drive-In Movie Theater in Warren, Minnesota in the springtime

Yes, Drive-In Movie Theaters Are Opening Up

How Minnesota drive-ins are operating—with new social distancing guidelines
driving through Minnesota on an empty road

Why I Enjoy Driving Now More Than Ever

This oft-mundane daily activity feels different in the COVID-19 era