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Reverb

Reverb is an initiative and a reporting team from MPR News focused on serving younger (and young-at-heart) Minnesotans.

We know Minnesota is changing and younger adults want news in new ways. So we’re delivering news content that centers their perspectives, answers their questions, celebrates them and explores how they’re impacted by issues in a changing world, and all accessible where they are — on mobile, online and on social media. 

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Minnesota OK’d free menstrual products in schools, but that hasn’t solved the problem
Students who helped get the law passed say some schools have come up short since it took effect Feb. 1, extending the frustrations for students struggling to manage periods and classwork.
The thrill is gone: Como Park corpse flower closes, ending bloom early
People can still visit the flower and view it on the livestream until 6 p.m. Friday, but the flower has finished blooming and the smell has faded, the park said.
Advocates urge Walz to sign bill funding free college for former foster youth
The Fostering Independence Grant program currently funds free college for about 645 Minnesotans who were in foster care as teens. It’s in danger of taking a hit this fall if it isn’t given money to cover a budget shortfall due to unexpected demand.
Charles Barkley’s first known restaurant stop in Minneapolis: Manny’s Steakhouse
The sports analyst and former NBA star, who’s in town ahead of Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference finals on Wednesday, asked Timberwolves player Anthony Edwards for restaurant recommendations but ended up at an old favorite.
Charles Barkley asked: Where should he eat in Minnesota during Western Conference finals?
After the Minnesota Timberwolves made a historic comeback and won Game 7 against the Denver Nuggets, NBA analyst Charles Barkley asked for recommendations on where to eat in Minnesota while he’s in town for the Western Conference finals.
‘It gives us hope’: Minnesota Samoans cheer on Alissa Pili at her first Lynx home game
Alissa Pili was eighth pick in the WNBA draft and went to the Minnesota Lynx. Pili is Samoan and Native Alaskan. At her first game, Minnesota’s Samoan community spent the evening cheering her on.
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