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KANSAS CITY – Long-time community and youth advocate Larry McKenzie, the boys’ basketball coach at North Community High School, is the recipient of the 2019 Guardians of the Game Pillar

Who makes up CRASH+SUES? It takes one part creative director, a pinch of editor, and a dash of colorist to make Eric Riggs. Get to know Eric a little better: What or who inspires you? Anything creative from music to video. There’s always...

With the official launch of the freshly re-designed LawHelpMN.org on February 19, State Support staff have been reaching out to justice partners, legal aid and pro bono attorneys and the community at large to educate users about the new statewide website
On February 22, over 80 people attended a free webinar demonstrating site features and use of the new LawHelpMN Guide navigational assistance tool. The webinar…

The City of Minneapolis is seeking community partners to host City-owned parklets for the 2019 season — a new opportunity for the parklet program that launched five years ago. Parklets...

Young professionals are opting out of traditional jobs in droves. It's time to understand why.

Welcome to Trailside Museum's 2017 Birdhouse Building contest! The purpose of this contest is to highlight the need for nesting sites for birds and

By LAUREL BEAGER The Journal, International Falls, MN As Voyageurs National Park matures, it’s mission to protect and preserve has remained the same, and expanded. Included in the park’s 2018-2022 priorities are to preserve and manage cultural resources within the park, including historic structur

You will find from the very beginning of our work with us that we put the focus where it belongs: on you, your needs and your goals. Because we take the time...

A viral tweet from this past October playfully asserted, “women talk to men using their customer service voice and don’t even get paid for it.”1 The tweet was obviously meant in jest

Businesses that provide parking for their employees must now include those costs in their taxable income, but a special rule offers employers some relief if they act by March 31, 2019.

The Nicaraguan government said within 90 days from Wednesday it would release all those arrested during the protests held last year against President Daniel Ortega to try and restart talks with opposition groups, according to Reuters. Human rights groups have said more than 320 people have been killed and many more wounded in the protests, while more than 700 were detained during the violent crackdown on the protests. The movement began last year when Nicaraguans demonstrated against Ortega's

Six days after more than 50 people were killed in a white supremacist terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Thursday morning her government would be banning all military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles, according to Radio New Zealand. Ardern also said: "We will ban all high capacity magazines. We will ban all parts with the ability to convert semi-automatic or any other type of firearm into a military-style semi-automatic weapon. We

The popular destination city of Amsterdam is preparing to ban guided tours of its red-light district in order to decrease the density of tourists in its historic city center on Wednesday, according to The Guardian. City councilor Udo Kock said the tours were not respectful to sex workers in Amsterdam since it's unacceptable to see them as a "tourist attraction." A recent survey conducted last year found 80 percent of sex workers said the tourists were bad for their business, prompting the city

"I think that's the dumbest shit I've heard in my life," he said in his movie about flat Earthers.

The official video for The Glorious Sons' single "S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun" from their Juno Award-winning album Young Beauties and Fools. Check it out here:...

Whether you're a health nut or junk food fanatic, there's a snack subscription for you.

Six tunnels discovered in southern Lebanon were confirmed Wednesday by the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), the Jerusalem Post reported, with two of the tunnels violating the Blue Line and crossing into Israeli territory. While UNIFIL admitted it could not determine who built the tunnels or when, their existence in the Kafr Kila region was verified using tools such as laser range finders, the report said. Israeli Defense Forces reported the existence of six tunnels to UNIFIL, the Post

Longer U.S. Treasuries led the yield increase last week due to stronger than expected gross domestic product (GDP) data and a delay in U.S. tariffs against China.

In light of its discussions at previous meetings and the progress in normalizing the size of the Federal Reserve's securities holdings and the level of reserve

From early 2016 through February of 2017, the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota was ground zero for a contentious protest over one of the basic necessities of life is water. The Dakota Access Pipeline, or DAPL, was planned through the lands of the reservation. As protestors claimed, the construction threatened not only the sovereignty of the sacred land, it threatened the very quality...

Wake Up Call Music Festival at W Bali featured a mix of superstar DJs, pop divas and all the coconut drinks you could imagine.

ALSO: Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” at the Cowles; the 4th Annual Black & Funny Improv Fest; and more.

British Prime Minister Theresa May formally requested a three-month delay to Brexit in a letter sent to European Union leaders on Wednesday, nearly 1,000 days after the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU, according to CNBC. The letter requested to put the departure on hold until June 30. The UK is set to depart from the EU at 11 p.m. on March 29, with or without a deal, so May's request for a delay would have to be accepted by all 27…