Finding Community and Connection


Kara Kirsch ended up in the Twin Cities by accident. She came at a friend’s invitation, her car broke down here, and friends convinced her to stay. But in the […]

Grounded In Strength, We Are A Force


This has been a difficult day following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade. While this outcome doesn’t come as a surprise after months of warnings (and years […]

Jon Lovett Brings Politics, Comedy To St. Paul


As someone who first made his name in political circles as a speechwriter, Jon Lovett’s route to Washington started in a less conventional way: a math major.  “I wrote op-eds […]

Tired Of Excuses


I remember where I was when the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre took place. I was in ninth grade and sitting at lunch when the news broke. Someone had walked into […]

New Documentary Shines Light On Disability Rights Advocacy


When Allison Norlian was a little girl, she didn’t realize that her family was different. With a loving mom and a great big sister, Norlian felt lucky and surrounded by […]