Last weekend was Take a Kid Fishing Weekend, an annual event sponsored by the Minnesota DNR.
As part of a science-focused summer school curriculum, 4th graders take a field trip to the Eloise Butler Wildflower and Bird Sanctuary.
Norman Roloff was flown recently to Washington, D.C., for a day to visit war memorials and to be thanked for his service.
Students (along with some cows, pigs, and sheep) from western Minnesota shared their agriculture knowledge with Andersen United Community School students.
The educational experience at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center is sorely lacking in many of our schools these days.
The Hiawatha line is our first light-rail train since the 1950s. Good ideas have a way of coming back around.
The “laughing waters” tumble 53 feet as Minnehaha Creek nears the end of its journey from Lake Minnetonka to the Mississippi River.
The Minnesota History Center presented “What If? Alternate History Teen and Family Day” with music, fashion, art, film and more.
In my video, members of the Commonweal Theatre Company talk about Ibsen and this year’s festival.
I visited the fort recently and took a walk around Pike Island.
Warm temperatures and sunshine last weekend brought green grass and budding or blossoming trees.
The warm weather has brought walkers, motorcyclists and shoppers to Stillwater in numbers not usually seen this early.
Images capturing the odd little gentrified-but-funky neighborhood in the middle of the Mississippi River just above St. Anthony Falls.
Minneapolis houses designed by William Gray Purcell, George Grant Elmslie and George Feick Jr. are turning 100 years old.
A look at 89.3 The Current’s annual “Rock the Cradle” event last Sunday at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Children’s Theater.
The combination a city lake with little snow on the ground makes for an unusual winter look.
The 14th annual event was held at St. Paul Central High School.
These photos were shot at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge in Bloomington, Wood Lake Nature Center in Richfield and Lilydale Regional Park in St. Paul.
Spectators have a great time standing outdoors on a windswept Minneapolis lake watching grown men and women play like kids again.
The longtime peace activist, who died last weekend, talks about the importance of nonviolent protest at a 2008 Capitol rally.