The Minneapolis diner, which closed in January 2011, is an example of Streamline Moderne, part of the evolution of Art Deco.
Although no pope has stepped down in six centuries, the explanation Benedict gave for his decision suggests they may now routinely retire, some believe.
Gov. Dayton, former Vice President Mondale and other friends and family gathered recently to honor the former Minnesota governor.
A movement that once confined itself to saving national monuments is now brightening up Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Former Senate leader Roger Moe calls Dayton’s controversial budget plan “at least as big as Wendy Anderson’s Minnesota Miracle in 1971.”
The proposal would honor the civil rights and labor leader with the Capitol’s first bust, plaque or statue of a woman of color.
The St. Paul resident, 57, died Monday after many medical problems.
Burton says President Obama in his second term plans to deal with the issues central to his view of pragmatic progressivism.
On Jan. 20, 1967, Roy Wilkins, longtime director of the NAACP, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Bob Anderson was confirmed by a state Senate committee to serve on the panel that recommends how sales tax money is spent.
The 32nd annual tribute features music by Oleta Adams, Walker West Music Academys Jazz Ensemble and Ahmad Lewis.
There is a revisionist version of President Lincoln that tends to rob him of the moral credit for the act.
We’ve made blunders, but in this season, we should be aware of our blessings and how we engineered them.
Ramsey, the state’s second governor, wanted to remove Indians from the state, so the Minnesota Historical Society is closing the attraction for the day, in memory of the 38 Dakota men hanged in Mankato.
Property tax reforms, who’s a Christian?, Minnesota winter survival tips, an adventure camp for autistic adults and legacies remembered.
More than 100 Minnesotans who lives were marked by homelessness will be remembered at a Dec. 20 service.
American Indian students lag far behind their white counterparts in Minnesota schools.
A daughter reminisces about what the St. Paul landmark means to her family. The depot’s grand reopening is Saturday.
About 400 Hmong Minnesotans who fought with U.S. troops are denied many veterans’ benefits.
Besides being quiet places where you can reflect on the oldest, weightiest issues of what it means to be a human, cemeteries also provide a direct and immediate link to the past.