Morning Brew: Discover Autumn’s Charm & Exciting Updates

This week’s edition covers stories from September 7th to September 13th, 2023. Today’s issue is 700 words, a 5-minute read. Isabella talks bridges, autumn leaves, new podcast series, Apple’s iOS17, Chef Yia Vang’s new restaurant, and 50th Anniversary of Chile’s 1973 coup Buenasss NewPrensa readers! So, I was strolling through the colorful Winchell trail in South Minneapolis the other day, sipping on my mate tea, and […]

Celebrating Twin Cities’ Music Makers & Shakers

This week’s edition covers stories from August 17th to August 23rd, 2023. Today’s issue is 900 words, an 7-minute read. Isabella and Mateo talk Latiné DJ Cristian Baca and Minnesota’s Water Wave TV Buenos dias readers,  We’d like to introduce you to a new NewPrensa writer, Mateo Peralta. He’s our Communications intern at NewPublica and a recent UW-Madison grad, glad to be […]

While The Summer is Still Here

This week’s edition covers stories from August 3rd to August 9th, 2023. Isabella talks National Museum of Mexican Art, Radio Arte, and Diverse Youth-led Broadcasting. Today’s issue is 730 words, a 5.5-minute read. Buenos dias readers,  Embarking on a week-long journey through the enchanting streets of Chicago, I immersed myself in a captivating world of art that surpassed the ordinary. While […]

Diversifying Minnesota’s Stages and Books

This week’s edition covers stories from July 13th to July 19th, 2023. Today’s issue is 500 words, a 4-minute read. Isabella and Helene talk the newest show at Minneapolis’s Open Eye Theater and a conversation with”Pelo Bueno” author Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro Good morning, readers. Helene here! I’ve followed the work of the Open Eye theater for a while, but they are one […]

The DOJ reports on MPD

This week’s edition covers stories from June 15th to June 21st, 2023. Today’s issue is 752 words, a 5.8–minute read. In today’s edition: Isabella and Helene talk the DOJ report on MPD and a linguistics phenomena!  Good morning, readers! Helene here. It’s officially summer now, and there’s no shortage of activity in the Twin Cities these days. This past Monday, June 19th, was Juneteenth. […]

Building Community, Embracing Heritage 🌎

This week’s edition covers stories from June 1st to June 7th, 2023. Today’s issue is 870 words, a 6.7–minute read. In today’s edition, Isabella and Helene talk community building, Serpentina Arts,and Immigrant Heritage Month.  Good morning, readers! Helene here. I was trying out my novice hand at the grill with a good friend the other night and was feeling all the normal blessings […]

It’s Officially Our Favorite Month of the Year

This week’s edition covers stories from May 25th to May31st, 2023. Today’s issue is 787 words, a 6.1–minute read. In today’s edition, Isabella and Helene talk PRIDE month, Minnesota legalizes and decriminalizes Marijuana, and the Making Vinyl Conference.  Buongiorno tutti, I don’t know about you but it sure does feel good to (almost) be in Summer. It’s hot, it’s sunny, and all […]

Crisis, Strike, Art, Justice.

This week’s edition covers stories from May 11th to May 17th, 2023. Today’s issue is 1200 words, a 9.2–minute read. In today’s edition: Isabella and Helene talk Sudan’s crisis, WGA strike, Art-A-Whirl, Justice for George two-day event  Bon giorno fellow readers,  It’s May and full of bouquets! Last weekend I celebrated my graduation from the University of Minnesota, while we also celebrated […]

Northeast Minneapolis’ Golden Kernel: Oro

by Isabella Silva-Biotti Tantalizing bites took place at Nixta’s Oro, the ultimate counter service masa kitchen. From the countertops to the staffs’ black and gold aprons, the Mexican golden cuisine follows you everywhere you go.  The room carries a light and easygoing energy as the restaurant plays with a variety of yellow and brown tones […]

Should We Reconsider Our Immigration Policies?

This week’s edition covers stories from April 27th to May 3rd, 2023. Today’s issue is 1,076 words, a 8.3–minute read. In today’s edition Isabella and Helene talk migration crises and the Biden administration, Nixta’s Oro, and MN House passing Paid Family Medical Leave bill! Happy May, readers!  Spring is starting to come in a little stronger, raising the temperature outside and giving […]