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The Big Picture: Laura Zabel on Art's New Roles in the Community
Wednesday, May 01, 2013
The nonprofit Springboard for the Arts used to concentrate solely on career development for artists. Now, under the leadership of Laura Zabel, it's become a powerful force in redefining the whole relationship between artists and the communities they live in--and in marshaling artistic creativity to improve those communities.
Local nonprofits redefine aid to Africa
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
With 150,000 immigrants and refugees from Africa living within its borders, Minnesota's ties to the continent are growing. Some nonprofits here are leading the way toward a new model for helping Africa develop, replacing the top-down aid mentality with models of mutuality, transparency, and--most of all--face-to-face friendship.
Treating the whole human being: The Penny George Institute
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The largest hospital-connected integrative-medicine clinic in the United States is in Minneapolis. The Penny George Institute, run by Courtney Baechler, MD, adds aromatherapy, acupuncture, and other once-fringe healing arts to hospital patients' treatments--and the results are earning respect in the medical mainstream.
The Rebirth of Rachel Swardson
Wednesday, November 09, 2011
When her husband left her, her innovative postnatal-care company, her finances, and her hope for the future hit the skids. But then, with courage, savvy, and some high-powered help, she came back, big time.
Big Picture 4: Dan Grigsby on why we don't need to be Silicon Prairie
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
For many observers, our high-tech sector is in crisis. There aren't enough angel investors and we've lost our edge. Dan Grigsby, one of the most successful software entrepreneurs in Minnesota, doesn't buy it. In a conversation with
he explains why we
need to be Silicon Prairie, create the next Facebook, or even worry about venture capital.
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