Mara Fink

Youth Radio Project reporter, intern
Minnesota Public Radio

Mara Fink Feature Archive

Eagledale ferry dock
As part of our Youth Radio series, Mara Kumagai Fink reports on her experience visiting the camps where her Japanese American family members and over 100,000 others were held during World War II. (09/20/2010)
Mara Kumagai Fink
Cell phones, yes. Facebook, sure. But texting? Why not just have a conversation? (01/25/2010)
Ski trip in 1998
For the Fink family, each New Year's Day marks another anniversary of an event that profoundly changed the family's life. Eleven years ago, Susan Fink fell on a ski trail and was paralyzed from the neck down. (12/31/2009)
Every New Year, the Fink family of St. Louis Park loads up the car with cross-country ski gear and heads up North. These days, they make the trip minus one pair of skis. Eleven years ago, Mara Fink's mom fell on a ski trail and was paralyzed from the neck down. (12/31/2009)
Unless they catch the Detroit Tigers in the standings, this weekend will be last time the Minnesota Twins play baseball in the Metrodome, their home since 1982. We asked folks to tell us what they'll remember most about Twins baseball in the Metrodome. Here are some of their stories. (10/02/2009)