MinnPost staff-recommended picks to tide you over during your coronavirus bunkering.
MinnPost staff-recommended picks for books, movies and TV shows to tide you over during the coronavirus bunkering.
Former U.S. Sen. Dave Durenberger traces the origins of his party’s progressive tilt back to the election of Harold Stassen as Minnesota’s governor in 1938.
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A new book by Iric Nathanson underscores the fact that a man who seems so quiet — almost shy — on the outside has been a significant player in the events that have shaped our times.
Author Roberta Walburn describes the remarkable life and career of Miles Lord, one of Minnesota’s most influential — and controversial — jurists.
Detective Lucas Davenport is one of the most popular characters in the Twin Cities these days, at least by one measure.
Going on a gluten-free diet is not an innocuous action. It can actually do your health more harm than good, as Dr. Peter Green and Rory Jones describe in detail in their book.
It takes a certain type of borderline insane narcissism to think a book you wrote is still going to be read and cherished in a century, but I’m so grateful the writer took the shot.
David Treuer’s novel “Prudence” is a World War II love story told in letters, and is reverential of the role language used to play in American lives.
In this portrait of a town lost in time, an urbane couple moves from London to Hayward, Wis., and sets up shop — becoming one with the town’s quirky band of old-timers, shopkeepers and locals.
Hand-lettering, dazzling endpapers, upper- and lowercase lettering all reveal a rich history.
Ellison, who has his own book out, “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee,” leads off his list with “The Autobiography of Malcom X.”
“The Land of Dreams,” the first book in Vidar Sundstøl’s “Minnesota Trilogy,” became the University of Minnesota Press’ biggest seller of 2013.
Doris Kearns Goodwin writes about how Lincoln Steffens brought an unwelcome spotlight to this state’s largest city in his 1903 exposé of municipal corruption.
The former Minnesota governor will talk about his new book: “They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK.”
A new study suggests an intriguing way of encouraging people to be more understanding about what other people are feeling and experiencing.
The clinical case histories published in medical journals since the 19th century often read like mystery stories, say two neurologists.
Shepherd University researchers had expected the parental roles portrayed in picture books to more closely reflect the changing realities of the broader U.S. society.