Bike borrowing program provides more than just transportation.
Satirist Stephen Colbert wanted Sweden. Instead, he’s offered a piece of Sweden in America.
It’s voting time for the Minnesota Idea Open.
An interactive food truck, a charity flash mob, and even a mobile app for “culturally curious” Minnesotans are among the top picks.
Mogadishu’s deputy mayor is asking Somali-Americans in Minnesota to adopt infrastructure projects in the homeland.
Finnish textiles will be among the items on display at an event that is a true antidote for the midwinter blahs.
The Department of Homeland Security recognized four Minneapolis police personnel — including two Somali-American beat cops — for their work resulting in a federal hate-crime conviction.
Nitaya Panemalaythong, 26, of Savage was crowned Miss Minnesota last month.
The Senate District 59 candidate is explaining his position on the marriage question to socially conservative Somali voters.
A new documentary uses north Minneapolis buildings and historic spaces as the backdrop for an exploration of the power of place and community. Cornerstones: Stories of Place on the North Side premiers statewide at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, on Twin Cities Public Television’s Minnesota Channel. The hour-long documentary was co-produced by the University of Read more →