Here’s a slideshow of photos from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
This winter’s strangely mild weather has resulted in some unusual January land-and-water vistas.
It’s been unseasonably pleasant and visitors to Como Park in St. Paul have been enjoying the indoor and outdoor options of the park, zoo and conservatory.
Last spring’s tornado that hit north Minneapolis hasn’t destroyed the natural beauty of the North Mississippi Regional Park.
Videographer Nick Clausen is focusing on five small businesses on University Avenue before, during and after the light rail construction comes to their block.
Starbase Minnesota is a science, math and engineering program for inner-city elementary students located in an Air National Guard building at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Although the leaves fell weeks ago, there’s a surprising amount of color evident in the grasses and lichens in the forests near the lake.
The Lustron Corp. began to design porcelain-enameled steel houses in 1947 and marketed them to GIs returning from World War II.
The festival in Washburn, Wis., is an effort by area businesses and residents to develop the arts to help build a strong and well-rounded community.
The Mexican holiday is not ghoulish or macabre — and not Halloween — but rather a joyful connection of family and friends in life and death.
The American Dream movement, MoveOn.org and OccupyMN joined forces Sunday to hold a “New Orleans-style wake for the middle class” in Minneapolis.
Several thousand enthusiastic runners and supporters showed up for an event that had a serious political agenda.
Brilliant reds, oranges and yellows were still to be found last weekend on the bluffs and in the little tributary valleys.
The race is a little like a small town parade, where the townspeople are both the entertainment and the audience.
Here are some late September views from the Minnesota side of the Mississippi River along good old U.S. Highway 61.
Historic Keller Golf Course is scheduled to get a facelift next year. I plan to take a lot of pictures before any changes are made to this sweet old lady.
Kids enjoyed releasing tagged monarchs into the Lake Nokomis wildflower garden, to help the Mariposas Monarcas begin their almost impossible 2,300-mile journey to Mexico.Inside MinnPost: New MinnPost blog, View Finder, focuses on what’s visu
Even in those innocent early ’60s, we all knew Harmon was someone special, someone we could look up to, to emulate.Related: Killebrew memorial May 26 at Target FieldMinnesota Blog Cabin: Remembering Harmon
More than 30 historical, educational, religious, labor, immigrant-rights and social-justice organizations will take part in a series of local gatherings called “Then and Now: Immigrants, Workers and the Search for Justice.”
Grace Corrigan lost her daughter, Christa McAuliffe, 25 years ago today. Since then, Grace has channeled her grief into continuing Christa’s mission of promoting education, including meeting with Minneapolis teachers.