St. Paul’s Penumbra Theater Seeks Racial Healing

This week’s edition covers stories from October 20th to October 26th, 2022. Today’s issue is 711 words, a 5.5-minute read. Isabella and Helene talk about Owamni, Ondara, the Penumbra Theater, the harvest season, Indian food, and Ye. Good morning.Helene here. NPR recently released a story about Sean Sherman, otherwise known as the “Sioux Chef”. He’s the co-founder of Owamni, which you may remember because it […]

48 people charged in embezzlement scheme surrounding “Feeding our Futures” MN

This week’s edition covers stories from September 15th to September 21st, 2022. Today’s issue is 920 words, a 7.1-minute read. This week’s edition covers the 48 people charged at “Feeding our Futures” MN for an embezzlement scheme , Adnan Syed’s vacated conviction on Monday, and Twitter backlash against movie ‘The Woman King’ starring Viola Davis. Local News 48 people have been […]

CLUES in St. Paul freshens up with new mural

This week’s edition covers stories from September 8th to September 14th, 2022. Today’s issue is 915 words, a 7-minute read. This week’s edition covers the unveiling of CLUES St. Paul’s new mural, the U of M extension program “Nature for New Minnesotans”, the 2022 BIPOC Emmy winners, and singer and songwriter H.E.R.’s selection to play Belle in ABC’s Beauty and the Beast […]

Three Ukrainian teenagers move to MN to continue education

This week’s edition covers stories from September 1st to September 7th, 2022. Today’s issue is 800 words, a 6.2-minute read. Three Ukrainian teenagers move to Minnesota to continue education, White Earth Nation descendant and student works with Ojibwe horse conservation, Boil water notice continues in Jackson, Mississippi after O.B. Curtis plant is fixed, and Goodhood Comic Book series ‘The […]

Minnesota Twins partner with local Chicano artist Jimmy Longoria

This week’s edition covers stories from August 25th to August 31st, 2022. Today’s issue is 804 words, a 6.2-minute read. Artist Jimmy Longoria interprets the Minnesota Twins logo, The City of Minneapolis and the Department of Human Rights sek to reach an agreement on consent decree, and Black women make history at the U.S. Gymnastics […]

Results of the MN Primary Elections!

This week’s edition covers stories from August 4th to August 10th, 2022. This issue is 1,076 words, an 8.3-minute read. We’re discussing the Minnesota Primary election results in this issue. We’re also talking about Serena Williams’ retirement and the renaming of 2.7 miles of streets in Georgia in honor of Ahmaud Arbery. Local News: We […]

MN Chippewa Tribe Aims to Change Qualification for Membership

This week’s edition covers stories from July 28th to August 3rd, 2022. This issue is 634 words, a 5-minute read. We’re talking about the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe voting to remove “tribal blood percentages” as a qualification for tribal membership as well as the first traditional bark lodge in over 150 years. We’re also discussing Bad […]

Minnesota Primaries are Around the Corner

This week’s edition covers stories from July 21st to July 27th, 2022. This issue is 455 words, a 2.5-minute read. We’re talking about the upcoming primary election, who’s on the ballot, and how to register to vote. In BIPOC News, we’re talking about the CROWN Act. Local News Minnesota’s primary election is coming up soon, […]