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Q&A: U of M President on Going Back to School in a New World

A year after taking office, President Joan T.A. Gabel must rethink campus life, from pandemic precautions to police presence

Curbside Takeout: Centro in Minneapolis

Popol Vuh may be closed, but Centro is still Jason's no. 1 pick for takeout during the pandemic
Lakewood Cemetery

Visit These Twin Cities Cemeteries for Socially Distant Reflection

Explore resting places that offer space, beauty, history, and reverent peace
Raspberry

U-Pick Berry Farms Offer a Socially Distant Summer Activity

Minnesotans are flocking to farms across the state to pick their own raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries—with COVID-19 precautions in mind
Because salons and barbershops have been off limits, Excelsior Firefighter Thom Brown received his first trim in 8 weeks from administrative assistant Ana Faturri.

Photo Essay: Minnesota’s Frontline Workers

From stocking shelves to testing folks for COVID-19, those on the front lines take risks for our comfort and care

Twin Cities Photo Project Celebrates Frontline Workers

On Instagram, Katie Howie highlights the sacrifices and heroism of our neighbors amid COVID-19

How Addiction Recovery Has Adapted to the Pandemic

The Wayside Recovery Center worked hard to keep women safe and help them heal after COVID-19 took hold
Martin Luther King after his assassination in 1968

How Times of Crisis Have Defined Minnesota

From early tragedies to COVID-19 and George Floyd, the state’s story of resilience is still being written

Sue Z. on Life in Quarantine

“Let’s try to take the best parts of slowing down."

How COVID-19 Has Altered Life in Minnesota

A big-picture view of the pandemic and its many effects on us and our communities