Recent content from Richard Chin
He lost a pizza-eating challenge but landed a song in a national ad campaign.
One of the Salvation Army's most ardent Twin Cities volunteers finds connection as a bell ringer.
Elizabeth Delmore was a Roseau girl who lived and traveled around the world as a Catholic sister, and a librarian who wrote poetry and climbed…
More rock and classical fans (and musicians) are protecting their ears from loud performances.
The Science Museum's new paleontologist really digs crocodiles and "Jurassic Park."
From witches to wizards, our contest elicited some scary, wacky and creative outfits for four-legged fur kids.
Psychos, aliens and zombies: A ghoulish expert's take on what's hot and what's not in Halloween props.
A 50-year-old car somewhere in the state may be this man's connection to his grandfather.
At the law school, neurolawyer Francis Shen studies the legal implications of emerging brain science.
Michael Joyner has been called "one of the world's most widely cited experts on the limits of human performance."