Chef Justin Sutherland has been heavily involved in the community when COVID-19 forced things into a new normal. He joins us to talk about what the new plans are for opening up restaurants and bars mean to him.
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Now more than ever, Minnesotans are looking for ways to help. Executive chef and friend of the show, Lachelle Cunningham is doing what she does best – feeding people. Photographer Drew Schingen caught up with her at the Good Acre Kitchen to see what she’s got cooking up.
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It’s been truly remarkable to see how the Twin Cities community has stepped up to help this past week. Local brands and businesses have also stepped up in huge ways. Trend and Style Editor at Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, Madeline Nachbar tells us about a few.
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Since 2012, Pimento Jamaican Kitchen has been serving up authentic Jamaican street and comfort food. In 2016, the owner Tomme Beevis, opened his flagship location on Eat street in Minneapolis. Just this past week, that area has been heavily targeted by the riots. Tomme joins us to discuss the action he took immediately to help his...
As stores begin to reopen, they are depending on local support to help build their business back up. Molly McDougal, a local artist, is painting messages on storefront windows for free in the hopes of attracting more business. Kelli found Molly's art at Rose & Loon in Rosedale Center and shares her story of “Windows of Hope”.
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After the turbulent weekend, an outpouring of support was seen in the neighborhoods affected. Photographer Drew Schingen went to one St. Paul neighborhood to see how it’s supporting those who had no way of getting food and supplies.
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We truly believe that small businesses are what build the fabric of our communities. Laurie Crowell, owner of Golden Fig Fine Foods, talks to us about what it’s like to own a small business in today’s world.
The public reaction to the death of George Floyd has made international news. Dr. Bruce Corrie is a Professor of Economics at Concordia University. He works with immigrant and minority communities. He joins us to talk about what’s happening.
The Lake Street protests left the neighborhood with little grocery options and forced food shelves to lock their door. Stephanie March from Mpls. St. Paul Magazine explains how the food community is coming together to help.
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