An angel marks the place where George Floyd was held down by police

At a Crossroads: The Evolution of George Floyd Square

The city wants to reopen the occupied intersection where George Floyd was pinned under the knee of a police officer—and for the stakeholders involved, history is on the line
The tranquil Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

10 Quintessential Minnesota Lakes

In the Land of 10,000+ Lakes, these bodies of water highlight diversity
The internet-famous Nyan Cat in

The Real NFT Question: Can Data Be Art?

NFTs will have their Minneapolis moment at VeeCon in May

Minnesota Monthly Recognized for Excellence

We were honored to take home several awards from this year's Minnesota Media + Publishing Association's Annual Excellence Awards Ceremony.

100 Fun Things to Do This Summer in Minnesota

Fill your timeline with a season of patios, flavors, panoramic views, and new experiences
Betty Danger's Country Club closes for winter

Winter Is the Season for Twin Cities Restaurant Closings

So far, 2020 is looking tough
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New Year, New Coffee Shops

Check out these six St. Paul and Minneapolis coffee shops in 2020
Westerman was named Minnesota’s poet laureate in September

Q&A: Minnesota’s Poet Laureate, Gwen Nell Westerman

The state's new poet laureate explains her process, purpose, and what gives her hope

We Are Becoming a Masked Nation

How my first time wearing a face mask in public helped me embrace the sci-fi present of COVID-19

Senator Amy Klobuchar On Her Crusade Against Monopolies

With her new book, "Antitrust," Klobuchar details the history of the movement and the work ahead