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Stories


Farmers’ markets boom across Minnesota

A look at the newest area farmer’s market, Mill City Market.


Chinese lessons take students far

Minneapolis high schoolers return from their trip to China.


Let Them Eat Mail-Order Cake, Cheese, and Pudding

A survey of tasty treats you can send to your friends.


Break Your Child’s Mac ‘n Cheese Diet

Getting children to eat a variety of foods can be difficult — a nutrition expert shares helpful hints.


Pasties travel from mines to menus

A look at where to find pasties and what new spins restaurant are putting on this Upper Midwest traditional miner’s meal.


How video cameras could bring societal change

What do video cameras have to do with women’s rights? The American Refugee Committee pioneers an effort to change how communities in the developing world understand their women’s experiences.


USA Cup kicks it up a notch with the Web

A look at how technology has transformed the international youth soccer event.


Music of Bobby Horton

A music-filled interview with Bobby Horton, self-made expert of Civil War-era music history.


Surviving the tsunami

Mountain View’s Kaspar family shares their first hand account of the tsunami, which hit while they were on vacation in Thailand.


Tsunami relief stories

A look at the different ways Mountain View residents are committed to tsunami relief efforts.