This is the week when we pause to consider the many reasons we’re thankful. But for one woman in the north metro, that happens every week. Lisa Steinberg of Champlin is leading a movement to get more people to express their gratitude every day of the year.
An English instructor at Minnesota State University instructor has produced a literary magazine that focuses on the horror genre. Colin Scharf teamed up with a fellow writer based in Colorado to release “Spooklights,” which was published in August.
A couple of weeks ago, Dara shared five of the great grilling books. But recently she got a question from a listener named Kate—what about baking? Well in honor of Kate, here are Dara’s favorite baking books for a good and easy life!
While traveling the world exploring the science of what makes things funny, we stumbled on an important question: What makes a good comedy club? According to many of the comics we interviewed, a “good room” is one that’s dimly lit, densely packed, with hard chairs, low ceilings, a red curtain, and nothing at all that’s blue.
A Minnesota man who spent nine months in prison in the United Arab Emirates for posting a satirical video online says he felt fear at times and was kept in filthy conditions.
St. Paul native and popular author Lino Rulli – who’s also a former WCCO-TV reporter – has a new book out. It’s called “Saint” and it’s another serving of Rulli’s humorous and irreverent take on religion and the Catholic Church. Rulli’s ability to make people laugh while talking about God has taken him far. He went from having a cable show in the Twin Cities, to reporting at WCCO, to his current job for the past seven years hosting a national daily Sirius radio show.
It has been a weekend of unrest and uncertainty in Egypt. The country’s military removed President Mohammed Morsi from office days ago but what happens next remains to be seen.
Friends and family are mourning the death of a beloved soldier, author and family man as Lt. Col. Mark Weber died Thursday after a three-year battle with cancer. He was 41 years old.
A controversial new book on women and leadership is topping best-seller lists and it’s got people talking.
Reminisce about the 90’s through food, fads, fashion, toys, and more.
Thirty-five years later, the tale of two people trying to solve the biggest art heist in Minnesota history is being chronicled in a new book.
Gov. Scott Walker is distancing himself from talk of running for president after word surfaced he’s working on a memoir.
Why is it, that some lawmakers repeatedly try to pass legislation despite all evidence saying it’s destined to fail?
The face of HIV in Minnesota is getting frighteningly younger. New research shows youth make up about 20 percent of new infections.
David Wellstone still has people come up to him, and share a story about his father, who died in a plane crash in Northern Minnesota 10 years ago this week.
This month marks the 10-year anniversary of the crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone, his Wife Sheila, daughter Marcia and campaign aides Will McLaughlin, Tom Lapic and Mary McEvoy.
When you go camping, you don’t often hear the words “gourmet cooking.” But a Twin Cities man is working to change that with Backcountry Cuisine.
It’s a day not many north Minneapolis residents will forget. Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the City’s destructive tornado.
Millions of Americans now get their books on Kindles, Nooks, or iPads, but there can be a sticker shock. New books can cost $12.99 or $14.99, which got us wondering: Why do eBooks cost so much? Good Question.
Mark Rosen has covered Super Bowls, World Series, Final Fours and the Olympics. On Thursday, he’ll release a book about all of it. It’s called “Best Seat In The House.”
Members of a Madison book club have quite a story to discuss. And, it doesn’t have anything to do with a book.
Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann’s new book has been slow to move off of store shelves, according to figures from the first two weeks of sales.
Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann will release a memoir on Monday recounting her journey from state senator to presidential candidate.
GOP presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann describes in her new memoir previous near-ends to her political career.