Two University of Minnesota professors think the system discourages poor, minority voters—and they’ve got the survey results to back them up.
General Mills’ Pillsbury is launching a new campaign for its Toaster Strudels that features a chipper kid from the fictitious land of “Breakfurg.”
These famous bylines have made the Twin Cities, and Minnesota in general, a hotbed for creative writing. Now we’re just returning the favor.
Valeria Silva and Bernadeia Johnson run the public schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, respectively—now they are competing for Twitter followers.
The 2009 roll-out of ranked-choice was met with mixed success. This year the city is pulling out all the stops to educate everyone on how it works.
Jay Gabler at the TC Daily Planet read Jay Walljasper’s excerpts on MinnPost and chimed in with his two cents on how we can step into the national spotlight.
The strange history of Hall’s Island continues after the Minnesota House votes to remake the island that first appeared in the 1870s.
The home rule charter of Minneapolis is ridiculously long, but in November residents will get to vote on a version they can understand.
Jay Walljasper doesn’t want Minneapolis and St. Paul getting smug: we’ve got problems. Our question is: do they outweigh the good?
Minnesota has a trafficking problem, and Metro Transit is doing its part to help fight it.
A Gucci purse tells other women that your man is devoted enough to you to buy you a pricey present. Yes, this is a thing.