Features Reporter

Grace Xue is a Star Tribune summer intern from Macalester College in St. Paul.

How Mayo Clinic became one of the world's most famous medical centers

The "clinic in a cornfield" attracted many visitors in its earliest days because of innovative practices.

Six recent Minnesota college grads tell us how adulting is going

College grads talk about the challenges they face in transition to the adult world.

What you need to know to keep your teeth healthy

From the latest flossing trends to dental bling, a dental hygiene expert helps us brush up on oral health.

St. Paul is a test case for Macalester biology prof studying the loss of ash trees

Kobi Co. candles takes the leap to brick and mortar

What started as a pandemic project has grown into a successful business.

In the 1970s, it was zodiac signs. The new icebreaker? Your Myers-Briggs type.

Using the decades-old test, available free online, you can summarize your personality in four letters.

Is boba tea the new coffee in Minnesota?

Two shops — Tin Tea in Northfield and Mu Mu Tea in Minneapolis — aim to reach and educate customers with fresh approaches.

Is boba tea the new coffee in Minnesota?

Minneapolis nonprofit promotes 'simple and easy test' to fight lung cancer

A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation wants to promote early detection through a screening campaign.

'Fun' triangular pool transforms backyard of star-shaped Minneapolis house

Award-winning architect Arthur Dickey designed the 1973 home in the shape of the Star of David.