People & Places

@16: All eyes have been on Minnesota Lynx star Seimone Augustus from an early age

WNBA Finals MVP. Olympic Gold Medalist. What does the Minnesota Lynx star have left to accomplish? Talking with us, of course!

Breaking into the boys club: Women encouraged to pursue gaming, tech careers

When Warwick the Blood Hunter is dominating you in an intense match of “League of Legends,” you may never consider that the person behind the computer screen is wearing a skirt.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Duchesne Drew, StarTribune

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Our last profile of July camp also happens to be the ThreeSixty board chair. Welcome, Duchesne Drew!

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Beth Hawkins, MinnPost

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Here to spread a little “education” is Beth Hawkins of MinnPost.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: David Hlavac, Bellmont Partners

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Got a crisis? David Hlavac is your man!

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Sara Pelissero, WCCO

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Let’s get to know Sara Pelissero of WCCO, shall we?

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Myron Medcalf, ESPN

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Time for a fastbreak with Myron Medcalf of ESPN.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Michael Olson, Minnesota Public Radio

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Get ready for a Facebook tag: It’s Michael Olson, social media maven for MPR.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Kyndell Harkness, StarTribune

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Smile! It’s Kyndell Harkness, photojournalist for the StarTribune.

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Neal Justin, StarTribune

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. Don’t change the channel: It’s Neal Justin, TV critic for the StarTribune!

ThreeSixty HotSeat: Katie Humphrey, StarTribune

As part of our July Intro to Journalism Camp, visiting media members are being subjected to the ThreeSixty HotSeat. First up: Katie Humphrey of the StarTribune.

Digital dilemma: Weighing the artistic and commercial ramifications of music piracy

Music pirates don’t always consider the consequences of illegal music downloads. That moral quandary, coupled with business considerations, can create quite a bit of controversy.

Artistic empowerment finds a voice on Kickstarter, YouTube

For some, the beauty of technology is that you never have to leave your bedroom. As Ka Lia Yang demonstrates, music can have a wide-reaching impact, all thanks to YouTube.

ThreeSixty's all-star mentors arrive at camp

Meet two of our ThreeSixty mentors — Fred Melo and Toni Randolph — as Intermediate Camp hits full stride with students digging into technology stories.

The cool corner: Teen Tech Center plugs into 21st century

Looking for a place to record music or experiment with Photoshop? Take a peek inside the Minneapolis Central Library’s flashy new Teen Tech Center.

United in their goal: Soccer gets a new identity in the Twin Cities

With a new name, logo and owner, the Minnesota United soccer team is ready to kick up the local sports scene a notch.

The accolades are just beginning for Lydia Hoglund

On more than one occasion, Lydia Hoglund exclaims, “Things are so crazy right now!” That’s a good thing for the in-demand lead singer of Bomba De Luz.

@16: Sondra Samuels' tough past guides her promising future

The head of Northside Achievement Zone reflects on her journey from underestimated teen to powerhouse social activist.

From collector to curator: No one loves Twins history more than Clyde Doepner

No one knows more about Minnesota Twins history than Clyde Doepner. And he has the Target Field title to prove it.

The A-ha! artist: It’s been quite an inspirational journey for Ta-Coumba Aiken

Anyone familiar with the Twin Cities art scene has likely come across the name Ta-Coumba Aiken.

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