Recent content from Richard Chin
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."
In the bestselling novelist's latest thriller, "Origin," science threatens to kill off God.
The 35-foot-long board served up more than two tons of cheese.
The Minneapolis Metal Church makes a joyful — and loud — noise unto the Lord.
The man who brought many sodas to Minnesota is hosting a celebration of pop culture.
A crocodile sculpture installed in downtown St. Cloud says "See you later, alligator."
Families — and the recently departed — crack jokes, reveal flaws and settle scores.
Michelle Smith's group is working with Knitted Knockers, a nonprofit organization based in Washington state that provides lightweight, breathable prostheses out of soft yarn.
Studies have shown that "sustained engagement" can have cognitive benefits for older adults.
When Helen Miller became one of the first women to serve in the U.S. Army during World War II, she promised her parents she wouldn’t…