Darrel German arrived in the Twin Cities in November 2020, and he’s rapidly made an impact in banking, in the business community, and in the fight for racial justice.
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A warming planet is prompting a Minnesota arts festival to dive deeper into the cultural meaning of the state’s coldest season.
More and more people are seeking out non-alcoholic drinks, and they’re asking for better, more robust options. A few Minnesota businesses are answering the call.
The games, rather than featuring callers or listeners, are played by station staffers and on-air bit players, with occasional help from personalities at sister radio stations in the same office.
In a mandate imposed on Jan. 19, Minneapolis and St. Paul-licensed eating and drinking establishments were required to check that patrons dining in were either fully vaccinated or had a negative COVID-19 test from within the last 72 hours.
State preemption prevents Minneapolis from making a city-wide mandate but the city hopes to get more gender-neutral options in the city by incentivizing businesses to do so, or convincing owners that its the right thing to do.
Uptown has led several different lives in the last half-century, and they often ended abruptly. But nobody remembers an Uptown that looks like Uptown today.
CEO Beth Ford led a three-year advocacy drive to push for high-speed internet service for rural and underserved communities.
U.S. District Court Judge John Tunheim says the two Minnesota Justice & Democracy Centers will fill a gap in civics education and help both children and adults understand their government and the need to respect democratic institutions.
The fast food chain is releasing an “extremely limited” line of fry-flavored vodkas, and it tapped two Minneapolis companies to help.
The developers behind the project hope to show there’s “life on this side of the transitway.”
The former Star Tribune board chair will lead an organization that’s experienced internal tumult, yet it has the potential to make a big impact on political and cultural affairs.
The seasonal vacation hot spot is dealing with a shortage of workers and affordable housing.
The labor shortage is real. But where workers have gone and what it will take to motivate their return remains unclear.
WCCO Radio remains the storied icon of Twin Cities broadcasting. But does the Good Neighbor have the stamina to make it in its next century?