MOA store owner Patric Richardson, "The Laundry Guy," now has his own show
Patric Richardsosn preaches his love for laundry while helping others restore what they lost

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"Target Field - Home of the Twins"

5 MN-Made Gifts for Baseball Season

Grab these stylish local products and embrace hometown spirit

St. Paul Apparel Store Scout Opens Second Location in Edina

The new store for “handsome” clothes, home goods, and gifts is set to open April 5
CSAs box up farm-supplied foods and deliver to shareholders—and Food for the People is a socially conscious version of that

Food for the People Brings Fresh Produce to In-Need BIPOC Residents

Using the popular farm-sourced food-sharing model, Shared Ground Farmers’ Cooperative launched a CSA in response to last year’s struggles
Dr. Eboni Bell painting a community mural at Springboard for the Arts

How Minnesota Arts Nonprofits Have Adapted During the Pandemic

There is hope, but much has changed for organizations like Springboard for the Arts and TruArtSpeaks
By studying the brain at rest, Damien Fair has expanded our understanding of ADHD and autism

This U of M Brain Science “Genius” Has Justice on His...

Beyond Dr. Damien Fair's groundbreaking ADHD and autism findings, he's fighting racism in academia and getting real on Twitter

How the Rise of Working From Home Changed My Life

As someone with a disability, I’ve seen the pandemic’s normalizing effect on remote work as a blessing in disguise
 
MOA store owner Patric Richardson, "The Laundry Guy," now has his own show

Local “Laundry Guy” Goes National with New Show on Discovery+

Patric Richardsosn preaches his love for laundry while helping others restore what they lost
Maggie Thompson, photographed at the Northrup King Building in northeast Minneapolis

How Makwa Studio Knits Together Art, Activism, and Business

Textile artist Maggie Thompson had a busy 2020 in Minneapolis

Champions of Change in Minnesota: Kyndell Harkness

As the Star Tribune continues to examine diversity in coverage and staffers, a veteran photographer leads the way

The Air-Filtering Breathe99 Mask Was Ahead of the Pandemic

The Minneapolis-based designer of an ergonomic respirator mask was struggling to find a market—and then COVID-19 hit
 
CSAs box up farm-supplied foods and deliver to shareholders—and Food for the People is a socially conscious version of that

Food for the People Brings Fresh Produce to In-Need BIPOC Residents

Using the popular farm-sourced food-sharing model, Shared Ground Farmers’ Cooperative launched a CSA in response to last year’s struggles
Dr. Eboni Bell painting a community mural at Springboard for the Arts

How Minnesota Arts Nonprofits Have Adapted During the Pandemic

There is hope, but much has changed for organizations like Springboard for the Arts and TruArtSpeaks

The Air-Filtering Breathe99 Mask Was Ahead of the Pandemic

The Minneapolis-based designer of an ergonomic respirator mask was struggling to find a market—and then COVID-19 hit
Better Place Forests’ “living cemetery” is also a roundabout means of environmental conservation.

Minnesota’s First Conservation Memorial Forest is in the St. Croix River...

Better Place Forests forgoes urban headstones for trees for a new way to scatter a loved one’s ashes that’s better for the environment
 

The Air-Filtering Breathe99 Mask Was Ahead of the Pandemic

The Minneapolis-based designer of an ergonomic respirator mask was struggling to find a market—and then COVID-19 hit

Champions of Change in Minnesota: Amira Adawe

The founder and executive director of the Beautywell Project fights against the skin-lightening cosmetics industry, to promote internal and external wellness

Meet the Voice of the U of M’s New Global Focus...

Dr. Rahel Nardos is connecting the University of Minnesota with low-resource locations to improve healthcare access

How We’re Combating Substance Abuse’s Deadly Link to COVID-19

Overdoses have increased since the pandemic began, says Allina Health physician Katherine Katzung
 
"Target Field - Home of the Twins"

5 MN-Made Gifts for Baseball Season

Grab these stylish local products and embrace hometown spirit

St. Paul Apparel Store Scout Opens Second Location in Edina

The new store for “handsome” clothes, home goods, and gifts is set to open April 5
MOA store owner Patric Richardson, "The Laundry Guy," now has his own show

Local “Laundry Guy” Goes National with New Show on Discovery+

Patric Richardsosn preaches his love for laundry while helping others restore what they lost
Maggie Thompson, photographed at the Northrup King Building in northeast Minneapolis

How Makwa Studio Knits Together Art, Activism, and Business

Textile artist Maggie Thompson had a busy 2020 in Minneapolis

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