New St. Paul resident Sarah Johnson interviews Ward 4 City Councilmember Mitra Jalali about her thoughtful and person-centered approach to transportation infrastructure.
Join Elissa Shufman and Ian R Buck for a discussion of the novel The Cartographers, a mystery that has us pondering what a map is and how it gives us power.
Though Hopkins is one of the smaller Minneapolis suburbs, they have two really innovative programs to reduce the urban heat island effect.
Sarah Johnson, Omaha-based transportation advocate and podcaster, decided to move to the Twin Cities. Let’s follow along with her moving journey!
Over his years of bicycle commuting, Ian has found a few bike accessories that he keeps with him at all times. Here are his recommendations!
We have a ridiculous number of potholes in the Twin Cities, and since we can’t do anything other than wait for the hardworking road repair folks to fix them, we made a special Nice Games Jam!
What if I told you that there is a long-distance bicycling sport that encourages participants to stay together and socialize during rides? It’s true!
A new state law sets Minnesota on course to use 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2040. House Majority Leader Jamie Long describes the decisive legislating that took an ambitious climate bill from introduction to the governor’s desk in one month.
Join Elissa Schufman and Ruby Levine for a discussion of the novel The City & the City by China Miéville. It starts off as a murder mystery police procedural, but the themes go much deeper than that.
The Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota works on state-wide efforts to make biking better. They have a list of priorities for this year’s legislative session, and you can help them bring it about!