Tommie’s Pizza opened its doors in January as the Twin Cities’ only Black-owned pizza shop, and it’s sitting on prime real estate.
The iconic pavilion that housed Black-owned Lola on the Lake is set to be torn down after suspected arson.
Monique Linder was recently appointed to the hospital’s Twin Cities Advisory Council (TCAC).
In just a few short years, North Minneapolis’ New Rules has become a community fixture for co-working and co-mingling.
Over the past seven years, Pimento Jamaican Kitchen has become a Twin Cities fixture for Jamaican cuisine.
Frank Brown’s Minuteman Press is the only Black-owned union print shop in the country.
Freddie L. Jacoway, born in Darnell, AR on April 22, 1919, recently celebrated his 100th birthday with his family and friends at Walker Methodist Health Center.
One of the Twin Cities’ newest soul food spots is looking to make a lasting impression that goes beyond a great plate of food.
Branden Johnson has been on a healing mission since his former days in the NBA Development League. He was first introduced to cryotherapy, a form of medical therapy, after NBA greats Jason Kidd and Jason Terry suggested he try it out.
According to Taquisha Jallah, owner of Bladed by Hair Love, a set of well-groomed eyebrows can also give you a confidence boost.