The Twin Cities education, philanthropic and Native American communities lost a giant Sunday when Ron McKinley, 64, was killed in a motorcycle accident.
She cared about the law, but Rosalie Wahl cared even more about justice. She valued goodness as well as intelligence, a lawyer’s heart as much as her head.
Walter R. Jacobs III played key role in redefining the University of Minnesota’s department.
Jeanne had as big a career as a musician can have in local radio — 22 years at WCCO in the days of variety shows with singers backed up by orchestras, all of it live.
His photographic work shows the patience and dedication to stick with a story that lasts 40 years.
WASHINGTON — Bachmann opponents slam her legislative scorecard, but judging political accomplishments in her case is a tricky exercise.
Known almost universally as ‘Armi,’ Babak mastered the art of ‘friending’ decades before Facebook.
Because of Lincoln’s special place in U.S. history, it can be difficult to face certain facts squarely.
She never could accept that politicians are supposed to get their facts right so the argument can be about what policy is best.
The First Minnesota Volunteer Regiment, which will take part in Memorial Day events, has been honoring the state’s role in history for 40 years.
The former Vikings coach and avid outdoorsman objects to using $9 million in outdoors Legacy funds for metro parks and the fight against exotic species.
The process has been a short but rocky road in efforts to save the Wedge neighborhood house.
Minnesota played a key role in Dred Scott’s amazing tale and court decision.
The civil rights worker and the executive director of the YWCA of Duluth will be honored by the Saint Paul Foundation.
Within a one block radius around 4th Street and 14th Avenue, I found no fewer than four public markers commemorating aspects of the neighborhood’s history.
When the Iraq War started, the Bush administration’s foreign policy was in the thrall of a movement called “neoconservatism.”
The best surfaces for skating are also the ugliest, most unglamorous parts of the postwar city: parking lots, concrete embankments, garages, ugly brutalist plazas, benches, stairways.
I thought this week we’d look at three short films, all shot on 8mm or 16mm film around Minneapolis and now available for free on the Internet.
The St. Paul Area Council of Churches official died this week at 74.
Casmey believed that education was society’s great equalizer, that it ought to be funded equitably and by taxpayers, and that it should change continually.