By Abeni Hill – Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter believes in serving her community and that people from the community are the keys to change.
“I’m excited by the extraordinary ability of retail to create shared value, driving both business and social impact,” said Laysha Ward
The people of the United States are the biggest losers with the House passage of the dismantling of the Affordable Care Act in the form of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) bill. That’s the sentiment being expressed by a couple of area law makers, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-5th Dist.) and Rep. Betty McCollum (D-4th…
From protest to politics: Killings of unarmed Black men has ignited a political movement in Minnesota
By Ingrid Ferlo – “Names such as Jamar Clark and Philando Castile have risen to celebrity status around the country and the world, (bringing attention to) police brutality and systemic injustice and the danger that Black men face.”
Arnellia’s to shutter doors after 25 years: Legendary bar launched the careers of many area artists, hosted national acts
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – It’s the end of an era for a storied and historic Twin Cites nightclub that launched the careers of many and; on several occasions counted Prince as one of its patrons.
By Ingrid Ferlo The appointment of Betsy DeVos to education secretary, an avid supporter of the school choice and charter schools, has caused concern across the United States when it comes to funding and the direction the federal government want to take public education.
By Nadvia Davis Ten vibrant paintings sit on the white walls inside the event space, Public Functionary, 1400 12th Ave N.E. in Minneapolis. One painting depicts a couple nestled on a bed holding their son. A second painting features a family of four sitting on a porch. These are everyday people, doing everyday things. Yet,…