In the study, thirty-six young male volunteers endured reduced-calorie diets for six months to simulate conditions in war zones.
Phil Anderson is a Professor of Liberal Arts at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He teaches different histories of media, music and culture, and for many years was a freelance writer and critic for Minnesota publications.
Valdemar and Soren Egekvist’s chain of Minneapolis bakery stores ultimately led to nationally distributed baked goods.
Gág’s talent steered her through family hardship and hesitant early artistic efforts until she created Millions of Cats, which has never been out of print.
In 1904, immigrant baker Arvid Peterson gave a Swedish-styled cracker a modern American name and the country’s been eating Ry-Krisp ever since.