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WATCH: Jerrod Sumner discusses local makers for fall products

Aesthetic editor Jerrod Sumner stopped by “Good Day” on Fox 9 to share some of his favorite goods for fall from local makers.
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The Most Haunted Places in Minnesota

Discover the most haunted places in Minnesota to seek some thrills and maybe even meet a few ghosts this Halloween

Best Bets: Sept. 26-Oct. 2

Things to do this week: Art With a View, a Murder Mystery Dinner, Borough Block Party, and more!

The Clueless, Culture-less Minnesotan

Television portrayals of characters from Minnesota typically rely on tropes that represent a homogeneous and inaccurate identity

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?: Dean Barkley

In Minnesota, Barkley founded the Independence Party, ran for the U.S. Senate three times, and led Jesse Ventura’s successful gubernatorial campaign—but how would he like to be remembered?

The Devotion of the Laundry Evangelist

Patric Richardson helps people learn to love doing laundry—and in some cases, that involves a disco ball

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?
Tony Oliva

Where Are They Now?: Tony Oliva

Oliva will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 24
 

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
 

Advances in Telehealth Lead to More ‘Hospital at Home’ Programs

Allina has one of the fastest-growing such programs in the country, allowing patients to receive hospital care in their homes

Editor’s Note: The State of Health Care After Roe v. Wade...

For magazine’s health care-focused issue, our editor shares her reaction to Supreme Court decision

What Makes Barry’s a Big Deal?

After almost a year since its opening, Barry’s in the North Loop has brought the beginnings of boutique fitness from LA to Minneapolis

How COVID-19 Has Changed the Fitness Industry in Minnesota

Gyms adapted, hybrid and virtual classes took off, and fitness influencers became the new trainers
 

WATCH: Jerrod Sumner discusses local makers for fall products

Aesthetic editor Jerrod Sumner stopped by “Good Day” on Fox 9 to share some of his favorite goods for fall from local makers.

The Evolution of Fashion Week MN

After seven years, how does this uber-talented community continue to reinvent itself?

5 Fashionable, MN-Made Finds for Fall

These local makers remind us that there are many ways to adorn ourselves with style
Best Bets

Best Bets: Sept. 19-25

Things to do this week: River Rendezvous, Comedy Cruise, Fashion Week Minnesota and more