Magazine's new feminism gains a national look

A trio of women in Minneapolis started a magazine in long-form journalism, an arena where female writers are often left out.

Local design bloggers share their favorite holiday hacks for DIY decor

It’s time to get festive on the home front! To inspire you, we asked three Twin Cities design bloggers to share their favorite holiday hacks.

Why not Fahrenheit in news stories about climate change?


Why use degrees Celsius when so few of us understand exactly what that means?

Nate Berkus selling Manhattan penthouse for $10.5M


The former Minnesota resident is listing New York property at over $10 million.

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How do you like your 'Nutcracker'? 10 Twin Cities alternatives, from sugary to salty

The Twin Cities area has “Nutcrackers” galore. From family-friendly to risqué, and traditional to radical, we’ve got a “Nutcracker” for you.

Minneapolis musician Renee Austin happy to sing the blues again

Thyroid surgery cost blues-soul singer Renee Austin her voice in 2005 — but it's back, and so is she, with a gig at the Dakota.

Rio de Janeiro ups its game for the 2016 Olympics + Photo Gallery

Exploring the beaches and rain forests of Rio de Janeiro as the city prepares for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

Everyday Solutions: Adding a 'Staycation' retreat to a Minneapolis home

Martha Ballard and Paul Chrenka decided that the best, budget-friendliest place to build a getaway was to attach it to their Minneapolis home.

Lileks: Resist giving in to the dark side of holiday lights

It’s time to drape strings of electrified illumination around your house to increase the urban festivity quotient. In the old days, men got up on…

From the Travel Desk: November, early Dec. are great times to travel

Lower prices and easy-to-get reservations are nice, but the main reason to travel when others stay at home? You can see a place more clearly when it’s not overcrowded.

Rosenblum: With postpartum depression, empathy, not judgment, is needed

“This morning, I killed my own child.” The statement is unfathomable to us — the lucky ones who never have experienced postpartum depression. While Shwe…

Scene + Heard: Fundraiser for Bloom Early Learning + Photo Gallery

More than 150 guests filled the ballroom of Plymouth’s Crowne Plaza in support of Bloom Early Learning & Child Care, a nonprofit early learning center.

Bringing the kiddies to Key West

Keeping a trip to this Florida party town G-rated took diversions and an essential swimming pool.

Have a soulful holiday with Penumbra's 'Black Nativity'

The Twin Cities’ most soulful holiday tradition returns for the 27th year under the direction of narrator Lou Bellamy.

Ask Amy: Might be time to rekindle lost love

Dear Amy: Through high school and on and off through my first two years of college I dated the only person I’ve ever been…

Hax: Shock-style humor is offensive to girlfriend

Dear Carolyn: My girlfriend and I have been dating for three years, two long-distance. Now we are back in the same place and living together.While…

Dixie Chicks add a second State Fair show

The first show sold out; tickets for the new date go on sale Dec. 11.

'St. Grand' again peeling off C-notes for Salvation Army: total is $4,400 so far

The mysterious donations started in the Twin Cities in 2011, and no one has stepped up to accept credit.

What do you give the book lover on your holiday gift list?

Of the hundreds of thousands of books published this year, we have narrowed down our holiday recommendations to a lovely few for our annual gift-giving review. They're all here — top fiction, regional gems, hits for younger readers and more.