Recent content from Jennifer Brooks
Together, they hope to send a sweet reminder that someone in Minnesota is thinking of them.
We don't make children buy the textbook before they can read. We don't make them chip in for gas for the school bus.
There used to be hundreds. But time passed, laws shifted, and Minneapolis became a city of brewpubs and craft cocktail lounges.
When the polls closed, all three of the school questions on the ballot passed — one by a margin of 19 votes.
While the Vikings were curb-stomping his team in Minneapolis, owner Daniel Snyder could have spent the time researching better team names.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, a black Muslim man from Minneapolis, is leading a statewide conversation on race and hate.
"This story, I don't think it's about me," Tyler Moon said. "I just went for a run and a bunch of great people stepped up and just saved my life."
Those with experience in finding common ground say it starts with finding us, not us and them.
The rain kept falling, but the birds kept singing. So the watchers stayed at their post, keeping count. Chickadee. Flicker. Pileated woodpecker. Yellow-bellied sapsucker. Each…
Tagged with the mark of the beast, this small Minneapolis congregation responded with grace, humor and empathy. The mark of the best.