Inspired Editor

Rosenblum has a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in journalism, and has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the American Association of Feature and Sunday Editors, the Associated Press and Parenting Publications of America. She is the mother of three young adult children and the bonus mom of three others.


For 20 years, Eden Prairie neighbors have remembered 9/11 with sweet tradition

More than $66,000 in donations later, the Olympic Hills 9/11 Lemonade Stand has become an annual fundraiser.


For chair of Cook County's Oral Health Task Force, dental health is overall health

Paul Nelson champions comprehensive and early dental care for everybody.


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I've got news for craft beer lovers that will be music to your ears. In early January, assuming licensing is secured and with COVID protocols…


Minneapolis forgiveness expert: 'Anger is a doorway to our power but not a house we can live in'

Author of "The New Kitchen Mystic" and "Unconditional Forgiveness," Mary Hayes Grieco is gearing up for a forgiveness workshop specific to these times.


Twin Cities Habitat wins $836,000 HUD grant to keep low-income seniors safer in their own homes

He talks about how the grant will make home indeed a sweet place for hundreds of homeowners.


Minnesota State University, Mankato's sports psychologist tackles mental performance pressures of Olympic scale

A professor in sports psychology at Minnesota State University, Mankato, Cindra Kamphoff has worked with USA Track and Field.


Minneapolis-based Climate Generation helps teachers, parents talk about climate change with kids

Lindsey Kirkland was raised in a farming community in Iowa and "always felt a connection to the land and animals." She pursued a degree in…


31 years after suicide attempt, Chicago woman returns to Faribault to reclaim her life

After years of healing, Jennifer Green returned to Faribault to find peace.


Men, the doctor will see you now and would really like to

Nobody needs a bigger nudge unless they're really sick. Even then, they might not be candid about what ails them.


Center for Victims of Torture director retires after 9 years of leading healing work

Curt Goering was exposed to humanitarian work at an early age. His father managed reconstruction projects in Europe, rebuilding homes and communities after World War II.