Recent content from Jennifer Brooks
This is a story about someone who wanted to help: Cedar Thomas is an artist, a college senior and one of millions of Minnesotans making the best of bad times.
The coronavirus might shut down almost everything else, but the art goes on at Interact, a visual and performing arts center for people with disabilities.
Staying happy and healthy while staying at home is the challenge now for 5 million-plus Minnesotans.
The one thing Justin Sutherland can’t do right now is his job. “All we’ve done, all our lives, is feed people,” the chef…
The middle of a public health emergency is terrible timing for a book launch. But that was just the beginning of the story.
For the next few weeks or months, keeping our distance will be the surest way to keep each other safe. The distance comes at a cost
The new year has been kinder to the Hoffman family after their dairy farm almost went out of business.
Despite practical, affordable and common-sense advice, pandemic panic has emptied store shelves across the city, state and country.
At Klobuchar headquarters in northeast Minneapolis, they were clearing out the campaign bus. Yard signs. Leaflets. “Amy for America” buttons. The candidate’s staff piled them…
On Tuesday, a year after they lost Jensen to cancer at age 29, his family, friends and fans will gather at a benefit concert to celebrate his life and continue his work.