The most telling stories may be the ones we keep telling ourselves, over, and over, again.
Panic over downtown crime. Demolition of homeless encampments. Civic leaders worried about businesses fleeing the city. Welcome to the City of Minneapolis in 2022. But it also feels a lot like 1958.
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At Minneapolis’ Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery, the oldest in the city, about two dozen graves mark a dark chapter in Minnesota history, the Spanish Flu of 1918.
On the southern plains of Minnesota, in Redwood County, you’ll find a legendary small town, an almost mythical place, called Walnut Grove.
Fort Snelling is the state of Minnesota’s birthplace and its original sin.
While much is known about how I-94 ripped up the Rondo neighborhood, a lesser told story is the destruction of a Black business district in Minneapolis because of the I-35W project.
For many Native American communities in Minnesota, the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline is just the latest chapter in a strained relationship between tribal communities and the government.
The election of Charles Stenvig in 1969 marked a turning point for the Minneapolis Police Department.