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The Brains Behind the Braindead
When Andrew Graham first started the Minnesota Association of Zombie Enthusiasts (MAZE), he was inspired by the idea of surviving the zombie apocalypse - an army of flesh-eating... Read More
Hmong Among Americans
I have a terminal illness. It isn't a disease of the body, nor completely of the mind. Overall, my health is as normal as anyone else, but my soul feels weak. I've contracted Americanization... Read More
Founders and Fighters
I spent a chilly Friday afternoon in February hanging around the oldest cemetery in Minneapolis. With some of the city's earliest colonists as residents, the cemetery... Read More
Mourning by the Megabyte
When Jewish liturgist Debbie Friedman died in January, Becky Saltzman knew there was no way she could attend the funeral. To begin, Saltzman, a 28-year-old Wisconsin native... Read More
Killing Misconceptions
Using your cell phone while pumping gas is dangerous. Drinking too much water can kill you. Eating too many eggs leads to... Read More

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