Former TV anchor and reporter Don Shelby writes about getting a new pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars in his book "The Season Never Ends - Wins, Losses and the Wisdom of the Court" -- and so much more.
Spring is normally a very busy time of year on horse breeding farms, but at one of the largest in Minnesota, life is not as hectic this year.
Cathy Wurzer looks at Minneapolis' agrarian past with Bob Quist of the Minnesota Historical Society.
Cathy Wurzer talks with MPR's Tim Pugmire about the week ahead at the state capitol.
Cathy Wurzer talks about our record-breaking warm weather with Mark Seeley, a climatologist and meteorologist from the University of Minnesota.
Cathy Wurzer talks with The Current's Andrea Swensson from the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas.
Cathy Wurzer talks with Dr. Kristine Yaffe about her research into dementia.
As part of our "One on One" debate series, Cathy Wurzer talks with stadium supporter Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak and the U of M's Art Rolnick, who's critical of the stadium plan.
Cathy Wurzer talks with MPR's Laura Yuen about her series, The Outsiders: Is Minnesota Nice to Newcomers?
Cathy Wurzer talks with MPR's Tim Pugmire about this week's news out of the capitol.
Cathy Wurzer talks with Republican state Sen. Julie Rosen about the Vikings stadium bill.
A University of Minnesota study finds that when people listen to music that is culturally relevant to them, it conjures warm feelings about their own racial or ethnic group.
In our third report following St. Thomas professor Bruce Kramer as he copes with life after being diagnosed with ALS, he talks about what it's like breaking the news of his disease with family and friends, and how he works against letting the disease define him.
Cathy Wurzer talks with Sen. Kathy Sheran about her proposal to stop possible government shutdowns.
Cathy Wurzer talks with University of North Dakota political scientist Mark Jendrysik about Tuesday's caucuses.