In "White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America", Margaret Hagerman uses two years’ worth of interviews with affluent white parents and their children to explore how white kids learn about race.
Since 1992, Wild Rumpus has been a staple in the Linden Hills neighborhood, known for its great selection of children’s books, a special entryway for its younger patrons and its wild inhabitants.
These book recommendations from Magers & Quinn are great for the beach, cabin, hotel or any other summer destination.
"All My Goodbyes" and "The Gilded Wolves" will delight fans of diverse, deeply readable fiction.
Heather Kim’s cookbook Sweet Revenge: Passive-Aggressive Desserts for Your Exes & Enemies brings together sweets and sorry exes.
The Uptown Rotary Club still thinks reading is fun.
Minneapolis’s Eat Street is a big name in the Twin Cities. When the marketing consultants at Zeus Jones moved into Whittier, they fell in love with the 17 blocks of delicious food. Thus, the cookbook From Eat Street, With Love was born.
Some people might assume if an author started writing at 70, she would regret having not started sooner. That isn’t the case for Judy McConnell, now 84. McConnell acknowledges what she is writing about just wouldn’t be the same if she had started earlier.
Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory
More than a cookbook and more than a family memoir, The Lincoln Del Cookbook, by Wendi Zelkin Rosenstein and Kit Naylor (Minn. Historical Society Press, September 2017), seamlessly shares personal stories and best-loved recipes from the bakery and Jewish deli many Minneapolis natives remember with fondness, and even longing. The last restaurant closed in 2000.