twin cities

"We're all sick of all this snow," said the St. Paul mayor of his challenge to Minneapolis leaders.
These individuals are impacting change right now in nonprofits around the country.
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If the Upper Midwest is known for anything, it’s hospitality. Whether you’re taking a stroll down a small-town street or
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I've found common cause with my NAPAWF sisters and siblings fighting intersecting forms of oppression such as racism, homophobia, misogyny, transphobia, and xenophobia.
Pride All Over: Capital Pride Parade photo by JoeSwickFoto Las Vegas Gay Pride Parade photo by Steve Spatafore/Las Vegas
My wife Sandy comes from a family of hoarders, so we've been dealing with that. She occasionally makes me laugh and rarely
The group initially vowed to disrupt Sunday's marathon to raise awareness about issues between St. Paul police and people of color.
There are so many local attractions to choose from that it can be difficult to decide which ones to visit during your short time there.
Samantha Rei Crossland is someone you'll never forget after you meet her. She is a colorful burst of energy contrasted against the greyscale landscape of the mundane world.
A Minnesota woman has baked up something sweeter than pie -- love. Rose McGee, who lives near the Twin Cities, delivered
This past weekend wasn't just the unofficial start of summer; it's the official start of Pride season. In the coming month the sunlight will not only stay out longer but cities will start flying the rainbow flag to celebrate their LGBT communities.
The group's favorite on its list this year was the Dixie Brewery building. Dixie has been a beloved fixture on Tulane Avenue
Framing the story as "safe bicyclist still dies" rather than "drunk driver kills bicyclist" continues to highlight the necessity for bicyclists to prove that they do not deserve their injuries or death.
In June 2013, the Trust for Public Land ranked Minneapolis' parks as the very best in the country, beating out New York, Chicago
Early in October I flew to Minneapolis and ran my first marathon. It's astounding to me how many people do this on a regular basis because it really is a long way to run. What I want to talk about, though, is how I ran my first marathon with Haruki Murakami.
Today could have been a day as bad as yesterday, only it was worse. Today was the day Tina was scheduled to move from her apartment back into homelessness.
2012-11-13-jrlogo300x60.gifI feel that I have the greatest job in the world. After spending 20 years in workforce development, I've seen hiring trends in times when the economy was strong and times it was suffering.