Tou Saiko Lee, a rapper and spoken word artist from St. Paul, is featured in a NY Times video profile. He talks about keeping his Hmong heritage alive and using hip-hop to share his culture.
Tune in to Womenfolk:node/123 this Sunday, May 11th as we celebrate Mother’s Day with songs about moms and a live performance by Duluth musician Sara Thomsen:http://www.sarathomsen.com!
Farmer’s markets are opening up for the season all over the Twin Cities metro area.
The Minnesota Senate passed a bill today that would require the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to distribute information packets to small business owners informing them of upcoming con
On June 6-8, a broad array of policymakers, scholars, media producers and concerned citizens will gather in Minneapolis for the 2008 National Conference on Media Reform.
Rep. Tom Rukavina of District 5 is the House author of legislation that if passed, would raise the minimum wage in Minnesota. Gov.
Health care is a hot topic these days at the capitol.
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