Minnesota Stories is an evolving showcase for local citizen media. There are so many interesting stories in Minnesota - personal stories, independent films and music, hyperlocal politics - yet they're rarely seen or heard. We put a spotlight on the people and places that fall through the cracks of broadcast media.
Chuck Olsen interviews Sound Unseen Festival Director Rick Hansen about highlights of films in this year's festival, running the gamut from jazz to rock, classical, and black metal; documentary, experimental, and narrative. Produced for MinnPost.com
On May 9, 2008, young Megan Nurnberger was diagnosed with leukemia. Now in sixth grade, Megan has survived a long trial of sometimes-painful treatment with the love and support of her family and friends. Now, Megan is dedicated to helping find a cure for cancer and is eager to share her story to help others. That's why she was chosen by Macy's to be the "child ambassador" for Glamorama 2009, a high-profile fashion and entertainment event to benefit Children's Cancer Research Fund. Produced by ...
Minneapolis-based web services agency Clockwork Active Media Systems recently took over a classic 1930's-era service station. Clockwork Eddie shows you what's changed - and what will never change inside this sweet shop.