Recent content from Richard Chin
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."
The motto is "longer and higher" for Minnesotans practicing the gravity-defying sport of slacklining.
Near the site of the crash that shattered a family, a new, safer playground is built in north Minneapolis.
Bloomington's Hyland Hills has become a training destination for Twin Cities adventurers seeking to conquer real mountains.
Dog lover turned miniature artist makes tiny memorials of deceased pets — and animal actors from "The Walking Dead."
Children hold surprise renewal of vows for parents — married 60 years — on site where their church once stood.
The Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District says downtown streets are more vibrant if the city encourages entertainers and pays some of them.
Detailleur was a longtime stage manager and prop master for theaters throughout the Twin Cities, a theater veteran who loved working behind the scenes on local productions of shows ranging from "God of Carnage" to "Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding."