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Women’s Health Guide: Screenings by Age

Aside from the basic annual dental and optical exams, staying up to date on physicals and screenings is important

Permanent Jewelry: Something Gold Can Stay

Area metalsmiths embrace TikTok trend
ice maze 2023

Best Bets: Jan. 30-Feb. 5

Things to do this weekend around Minnesota: Great Northern Festival and St. Paul Winter Carnival continue, Ice maze, and more

Where Are They Now? John Hines Stays Connected to Minnesota

WCCO Radio host retired in 2018 and moved to Florida

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
 

Where Are They Now? John Hines Stays Connected to Minnesota

WCCO Radio host retired in 2018 and moved to Florida
Dan Hobbs set a solo mountain climbing record during summer 2022 in Colorado

The Record-Setting, Depression-Defying Journey of Dan Hobbs

Bloomington man summits all 58 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot-plus peaks in record time—and has a spiritual epiphany along the way
Pillsbury House and Theatre is in Minneapolis' Powderhorn Park neighborhood

Signe Harriday Lights the Way at Pillsbury House and Theatre

At the helm of south Minneapolis’ boundary-pushing theater company—and as a steward of a nature retreat for BIPOC and LGBTQ+ folks—Harriday is working to transform trauma

The ‘Yes’ of Sue Z.

For decades, Sue Zelickson has made things happen in the Twin Cities culinary scene, with a seemingly boundless supply of energy—but where does that drive come from?
 

Braver Angels Is Bridging the Political Divide

This organization, co-founded by a Minnesota professor, is working to depolarize America one workshop at a time

For Pride Month, LuxJoy and Comfort Makes Inclusive Gift Boxes

Edina-based entrepreneur Rachel Silberman prioritizes representation

Meat vs. Plant-based: Where Do We Stand in 2022?

Plant-based meats are popular—but with Americans’ appetite for meat having grown, too, where might that leave Minnesota's farmers?

Q&A: Andrea Jenkins, Minneapolis’ New City Council President

The country’s first Black, openly transgender city council president reflects on love, pragmatism, and her journey here
 

Women’s Health Guide: Screenings by Age

Aside from the basic annual dental and optical exams, staying up to date on physicals and screenings is important
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Drink to Your Health: Local ‘Functional’ Beverages

The trend of supposedly health-boosting drinks has examples springing up here in Minnesota
Women are disproportionately affected by autoimmune conditions

Women’s Health: A Whole-Person Approach to Autoimmunity

Women are disproportionately affected by autoimmune conditions. What's behind their increasing prevalence, and what does effective treatment look like?
Ruth Richardson

Q&A: State Rep. Ruth Richardson Leads Regional Planned Parenthood

The new CEO talks about her family legacy, the future of Planned Parenthood, what motivates her, and more
 

Permanent Jewelry: Something Gold Can Stay

Area metalsmiths embrace TikTok trend
ice maze 2023

Best Bets: Jan. 30-Feb. 5

Things to do this weekend around Minnesota: Great Northern Festival and St. Paul Winter Carnival continue, Ice maze, and more
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5 Locally Made Products for the New Year

These items can help clean your slate and kick off new habits that are good for the environment and your body

WATCH: Jerrod Sumner Discusses Local Makers for Winter

Aesthetic editor discusses products on Fox 9 segment