Allison Austin grew up in a rural environment near Dayton, Minnesota. As a 7-year-old, she spent hours crushing herbs and
I grew up in a small northern Minnesota town that was rough around the edges. Even in the 1960s, in
Minnesotans find themselves living in this state for a variety of reasons. For example, Khou Lor moved in 2012 from
Twenty years ago my goal was to be a top executive at an advertising agency, raising a family in a
At a recent Minnesota Farmers Union Women’s Conference, guest speaker Karen Clark asked each woman to name how she leads.
There are more than 90 pregnancy crisis centers in Minnesota. This essay was submitted by Vendela Cavanaugh, who decided to
For more than a year, communities have met as part of the Thriving by Design Network, organized by Growth &
The new ground-breaking exhibit, “Hearts of Our People,” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), offers a look at how
Kelly D. Holstine (Photo by Sarah Whiting) Over the past 12 years, thousands of students have shared their hearts, brains,
In late 2017, with my 30th birthday around the corner, I was hungry for adventure. I craved slow travel and
Consent is about sex, and consent is about pipelines and mega-projects. In the old days, company men and governments used to just rape and pillage. That was how it went. It is not supposed to be those days now.
In “Collapse: Dreaming Another World,” a memoir by Minneapolis attorney-turned-Jungian-analyst Medora Woods, she reflects on whether catastrophic events of late