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
Kelly Smith sitting in a yoga pose

This Mindfulness Podcast Is Based in Bloomington

Kelly Smith, who also owns Yoga For You, offers guided meditation in the "Mindful in Minutes" podcast
Sunisa Lee

The Best of MN: 2021

The future looks bright this year, and these top personalities, trends, and events lead the way
Brian Nation comes to O'Shaughnessy Distilling Company by way of Irish Distillers, which is responsible for Jameson whiskey

Meet Brian Nation, O’Shaughnessy Distilling Co.’s Irish Powerhouse

How did the master distiller who oversaw Jameson end up in Minneapolis?

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

At Abang Yoli, a Former Bellecour Chef Goes Back in Time

Jamie Yoo is keeping the fried chicken sandwich craze alive at Malcolm Yards 

Brooklyn Park-Based “Must Be Ruff” Dog Treats Are Gourmet Delicacies

Childhood experiences on the farm led a Brooklyn Park resident to craft upscale treats for dogs

Minnesota Gymnast Prioritizes Mental and Physical Health Ahead of Olympics

Isanti-based Grace McCallum was shocked and grateful to make the U.S. Olympic team after suffering injury
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

Grammy-Nominated Allan Kingdom Is Back in Minnesota on a Mission

The recording artist’s Yebo Life nonprofit hosts an event this weekend to aid Twin Cities families in need