The Twin Cities ballerinas who recently started a conversation about eating disorders will perform their first contemporary show as an “artist-led” company. Read more →
The American Cancer Society held its final batch of enrollment events around the Twin Cities today, and snagged well over the 2,000 volunteers it was seeking for CPS-3, its third Cancer Prevention Study. For the next 20 years, 300,000 volunteers around the country will give cancer researchers reams of data. Today, I enrolled. Perrie H. Read more →
Sorry to be the bearer of more bad news (did you hear it’s going to snow again today?), but the late spring likely won’t have an impact on the size of this year’s mosquito population. Jim Stark, who directs the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District, said the mosquitoes will simply start showing up a little later Read more →
A Hennepin County program that collects unwanted medication received 6,700 pounds of medicine in its first year.
Bike borrowing program provides more than just transportation.
Blacksmithing, especially in a piping hot Minnesota summer, is not for the faint of heart.
More public bathrooms are the obvious but also expensive solution.
A group in south Minneapolis is trying to bring a grocery to 37th and Chicago.
Caring Bridge, a website that offers a way for family and friends to receive updates on a loved one’s medical condition, is launching a new service today.
The American Academy of Neurology is giving away 1,000 free bike helmets for adults and children at the Mill City Farmers Market this Saturday, June 9.