8 Books by Minnesota Authors We’re Excited for in 2023
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51 Years Ago, Two Minnesota Teens Broke Barriers for Women in Sports
In 'Break Point,' author Sheri Brenden tells their story.
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Betty Crocker Thinks Tuna Is a Vegetable
And other surprising revelations from the new edition of the 'Betty Crocker Cookbook.'
Liz Collin’s High School Classmate Reviews Her Stupid New Book
With sources like convicted murderer Derek Chauvin and his mother, the former WCCO-TV reporter serves up red meat to Alpha News junkies in 'They’re Lying.'
Books and a Bite: Pairing the Best Local Bookstores with the Ideal Lunch
New books read over tasty eats is a true afternoon delight.
It’s Transphobic Comedy’s Biggest Week, Minneapolis!
Plus more dumb thoughts from Matt Birk, a new Black-owned bookstore, and the cost of campaigning in today's Flyover.
Garrison Keillor: ‘Violently Angry Women’ Just Don’t Understand My New Novel
The disgraced radio icon didn't like the Star Tribune's review.
‘A Natural Curiosity’: New Book Celebrates The Bell Museum’s Big Ideas
“If nothing else, when people read this, I think they can come to understand what a wonderful treasure this is for the state and for the country."
In 1970, Minneapolis Teachers Risked it All, Broke the Law, and Went on Strike
The author of the forthcoming "Strike!" talks about the chance teachers took: "By picking up a placard and going on the street, you have automatically lost your job. That's how the law was written."
Meet the MN Book Influencers Blowing Up on TikTok, Instagram
Is this the most wholesome corner of the internet? Yes it is.