Eleven Minnesota military veterans will add their accounts of wartime service to the Library of Congress Veterans History Project with the help of Paradigm Court Reporting and Captioning. Read more →
In January, MPR News got an email from the very well-organized 150th Celebration Committee at Pilgrim Baptist Church, letting us know they’d be celebrating their sesquicentennial in June of 2013. Stephanie Dilworth, co-chair of the committee wrote: “Pilgrim’s history began in 1863. With the help of the Underground Railroad, a group of African American men, Read more →
A Twin Cities man says lying about his age during the World War II Holocaust is the reason he’s alive today. A new play at Mt. Zion Temple in St. Paul tells the story of survival. Read more →
MnDOT commits to women and minority owned firm for St. Croix project
The city of St. Paul outlined some practical tips for residents if they spot a coyote. Coyotes sightings have recently increased and spring is the season when they are “most aggressive,” the city warned in a press release issued Friday. Here are the basic rules the city suggests for dealing with coyotes: 1. Don’t provide Read more →
The reward for audience members from Penumbra’s production of “Spunk,” is to hear how our common language can be adapted and used with cleverness and intelligence to express the range of emotions that shape the human condition.
Governor’s staff to discuss St. Croix bridge contract
It’s the third time this winter St. Paul has asked cars to make way for plows without the threat of a ticket or tow.
A new generation of Minnesota immigrants puts a strain on language tutoring programs.
The McFarlane line of master stone carvers ends with Dean; there’s not a family member waiting in the wings to carry on the craft.