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What is home? PaviElle French has the answer in her first...

  PaviElle French reflects on her new symphony, “A Requiem for Zula”, which honors her mother, Zula Young, as well as Saint Paul’s Rondo neighborhood where...

The Train Stops with Musician Dem Atlas

  When fifteen-year-old front man Joshua Turner took the stage for the first time, he never thought the experience would lead him to a career...

Making Kombucha With a Side of History

Lauren Nakamura walks us through the steps of making Pineapple Mint Kombucha, while sharing a story about her grandfather, who grew up on a...
Painting of a T-28 bomber plane

Fly Until You Die

In the shadows of the Vietnam War, the CIA conducted a secret war in Laos that relied on Hmong soldiers to disrupt supply lines...

MNO S10 Episode 2

  In this special episode of MN Original (MNO) featuring culinary artists, James Beard Award-winning Chef Ann Kim infuses traditional Korean flavors into her modern...

Monty Python’s ‘Monosyllabic Minnesota Farmboy’

  For us GenX-ers in the late 70s, after you grew out of Electric Company your next connection with PBS and TPT (then Channel 2)...

30-Second Minnesota: Rondo Neighborhood

What urban neighborhood was demolished to make way for highway i-94? Hint: it's a community that's still remembered and celebrated every July. Discover more bite-sized...

Google and Back Again

  Minnesota's new commissioner of the Department of Employment and Economic Development has traveled the world (and built a diverse and impressive resume in the...

Binge-watching is Real Work

  For those who like 'a job well-done,' getting to the end of "Game of Thrones" is just as important as raking the leaves or...

Connecting and Reflecting, MNO Premieres Music for Mandela

As Dr. Makaziwe Mendela's voice faded and the closing music swelled, a thunderous applause echoed throughout the studio. Rising to his feet, Minnesota Orchestra's Music Director, Osmo Vänskä, led...