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Does fashion have a lasting impact on society?

While the fashion industry is often seen as vapid; as superficial to the point of parody (and it often is parodied), its cultural contributions cannot be denied: Fashion is a reflection of...

Could Minnesota swing red in the next election?

For most people in the state of Minnesota, the idea of this state swinging red for the presidential election is an impossibility: With progressive ideals firmly ingrained in the Twin Cities (with a seemingly...
Minneapolis/St. Paul "highly segregated by race" according to new report

Minneapolis/St. Paul “highly segregated by race” according to new report

The twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul end up on an impressive number of "Top 10" and "Best of" lists - for the economy, the bike lanes, the restaurants, the number of theater...
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Revisiting Minnesota Fireworks Laws

The 4th of July is upon us and we all know what that means: Fireworks. Fireworks are everywhere. For the week preceding the 4th and even afterwards, all of us in the Twin Cities can...

The Minnesota fight against female genital mutilation

By now you've probably heard about the two 7-year-old girls who were taken by their parents to Michigan for "surgery" and instead had their clitoral skin removed by Dr. Jumana Nagarwala (allegedly). The response from the...
"Police easily startled" signs posted in St. Paul, Minneapolis

“Police easily startled” signs posted in St. Paul, Minneapolis

At the corner of Snelling and University Avenues in St. Paul, and Cedar and Riverside Avenues in Minneapolis, bright, hard-to-miss orange signs have popped up warning us that Twin Cities police "startle easily." The...

Barack Obama is just another dad in new Netflix interview

President Barack Obama left office in January of 2017, almost exactly one year ago. Since then, he has been living a life of comparative leisure; spending time with friends like Richard Branson (and Richard...

Now India (7 Minutes to Sunrise)

The first sounds of the morning are of tuk-tuk and taxi engines as they come to life, their honking horns alongside the footsteps of the city's informal working class taking to the...
Why Minnesota roads are the way they are

Do they drop bombs here? Why Minnesota roads are the way they are

If you have lived in Minnesota for any amount of time, you have eventually come to the realization that there are only really two seasons here: The first season is called survival, aka winter,...

The Met Council wants more affordable housing (and they’ll help foot the bill)

While luxury condos and market-rate apartments continue to dominate the busier parts of St. Paul and Minneapolis (in the arts district of St. Paul's Lowertown, especially), the regional government is keeping a focus on...
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