Recent content from Curt Brown
Molly Ivins' stint in Minneapolis was comparatively short, 1967 to 1970, but memorable.
The radio crackled with an urgent message for the exhausted volunteer rescuers aboard a Red Cross amphibious duck boat."Go to 56 West Fairfield," the dispatcher…
Dr. Henry Buchwald operated on more than 10,000 patients as the longest-serving University of Minnesota surgeon. Now the renowned Edina doctor, teacher and researcher, who…
Keys in hand, the minister went to check out the bungalow he’d just purchased at 4441 Zenith Av. S., near Lake Harriet in the Linden…
No one has ever been arrested in what is still an open case. Her daughter and son assume she was murdered.
Holly Hannah Lewis shaped the letters into a 125-page book for family members.
An all-volunteer army of history buffs is trying to make sure the servicemen and women we lost aren't forgotten 75 years later.
The documentary debuts Sunday as part of the virtual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival.
Milburn Henke, a 23-year-old cafe owner's kid from Hutchinson, was the first American combat GI to set foot on European soil in World War II.
More than 160 years later, Ann Bilansky's execution remains punctuated with question marks.