These Groups Want to Change Minnesota Philanthropy from the Inside

Not your top-down model of charity, the Philanthropic Collective to Combat Anti-Blackness & Realize Racial Justice aims to overhaul what it means to give back

As Workers Quit, Are Restaurants Really Changing?

Frustrated employees have left the service industry over power inequities and compensation models, and restaurants are trying to act on lessons learned

The History and Uncertain Future of Hiawatha Golf Course

The southeast Minneapolis course remains a special place in the Black community amid contentious development plans
Omar Ishrak looks ahead to the post-pandemic state of healthcare, from value-based care to remote interactions

Q&A: Medtronic’s Former CEO on the State of Healthcare Tech

Omar Ishrak reflects on value-based healthcare, pandemic effects, workplace diversity, and his new career
From left: "Small Business Revolution" hosts Baron Davis and Amanda Brinkman

“Small Business Revolution” Returns to Minnesota Focused on Racial Equity

Amanda Brinkman talks with us about bringing the sixth season of her show back to the Twin Cities

What’s All This Racket About?

Former City Pages editors gear up for the launch of new website
Adobe oven in La Casa de Misericordia

Minnesota-Based Alight Helps Create Safe Space for Migrants in Documentary

The nonprofit brings "a little piece of home" to people at the border by building a large adobe oven

Senator Amy Klobuchar On Her Crusade Against Monopolies

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

Learn More About Minnesota’s Green Energy Leaders

A growing number of Minnesota-based organizations want to achieve a “net-zero” future where they produce or offset as much energy as they consume

4 Reasons Minnesota is a Green Energy Leader

Solar and wind have dramatically changed the state's power grid