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Chris Farrell and Maurice Blanks of BluDot on innovation
Chris Farrell's "Conversations on the Creative Economy" series, with Maurice Blanks, co-founder of the modern furniture company, BluDot. ...
'Eco-village' to replace symbol of neglect on Lake Street, Hiawatha
The former Brown College building and its sea of parking spaces had become a magnet for crime. ...
U of M student reports rape by 2 strangers in her dorm room
The assault occurred in a residence hall on the East Bank of campus between 12:45 and 1:30 a.m. Sunday, according to an alert released by police. ...
Jennie-O cuts 233 in Faribault; first mass Minn. layoff tied to bird flu
The Hormel division says the flu that's ravaged Minnesota turkey flocks leaves fewer birds to process. Layoffs start May 26. ...
Minnesota Zoo welcomes 3 baby snow monkeys
The three baby snow monkeys will make their public debuts just in time for Mother's Day this weekend. ...
'Bourbon Empire' reveals the smoke and mirrors of American whiskey
A new book looks at the "carefully cultivated myths" created by the bourbon industry. ...
Minnesota, land of people who pay on time
OK, it's not just Minnesota. Wisconsin and the Dakotas have some of the best credit scores in the country and do better than most of the U.S. in paying on time. ...
A first: John Kerry's unannounced visit to Somalia
Kerry became the first U.S. secretary of state to visit Somalia. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud called the visit 'a great moment' for his country. ...
Unannounced and unprecedented: Kerry makes a stop in Somalia
Secretary of State John Kerry took a surprise trip to Somalia on Tuesday. The visit is a first for a U.S. secretary of state. For more on Kerry's visit, Steve Inskeep speaks with NPR's Gregory Warner. ...
The UND Frost Giants? School releases list of proposed nicknames
The University of North Dakota has published a list of nickname suggestions to replace the now-retired Fighting Sioux. Some are serious (North Force), some are clearly in jest (Flying Monkeys). ...
Five things you should know about Mike Huckabee
He's run marathons and issued more than 1,000 pardons and commutations as governor of Arkansas. Here's what you might not know or remember about Huckabee. ...
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee announces presidential run
Huckabee, who previously sought the presidency in 2008, hosted a television program on Fox until January when he ended the eponymous show to consider his political furture. ...
Iron mining woes force Magnetation bankruptcy
Company officials say the Chapter 11 filing won't affect employee payroll or benefits. One state lawmaker, though, says legislators should look at helping Minnesota's iron ore industry. ...
Literary mysteries: Who is the real Mr. Darcy?
A historian claims to have found the tall, dark and brooding inspiration behind the love interest of "Pride and Prejudice." ...
As emojis spread beyond texts, many remain [confounded face] [interrobang]
Without a unified translation as to what the pictures all stand for, widespread use in absence of text can further complicate communication -- and lead to consequences. ...
Chef Deborah Madison on vegetarian cooking
MPR News' Marianne Combs talked with chef Deborah Madison about how vegetarian cuisine and cooking has changed over the years. ...
Writer Jon Ronson on how shame rules the Internet
Jon Ronson's new book, "So You've Been Publicly Shamed," explores public shaming on the Internet. ...
Reagan's trip to Germany inspired the Ramones
Today's Morning Edition music features the Ramones' "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg," which was written about President Ronald Reagan's visit to a German cemetery. ...
MNsure leader leaving at a delicate time for the exchange
MNsure will soon have its third chief executive in less than two years. ...
Krista Tippett: Where science meets spirituality
MPR News' Kerri Miller talked with On Being host Krista Tippett about, about the role science plays in her radio program's exploration of spirituality. ...
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