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At Minnesota Public Radio we value a good story, told well. That’s why we’re sharing first person stories from the important perspective of living veterans, and asking you on this Memorial Day to honor the veterans who died while serving by posting theirs.

Meet Joseph Buhain: a living soldier, respiratory therapist, educator and a health care provider who has seen the traumas of war.

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ISIS trial: Defense, prosecution rest; closing arguments Tuesday

Guled Omar finished testifying Friday saying secretly recorded threats he made against security officials were only boasts meant to impress his friends. "We all boast," he said. "Everyone wants to sound more tough."


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‘Hey Teddy’ kid makes sequel video thanking Vikings QB for birthday surprise

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Minnesota loves a good sequel song, an earnest young musician, and the Vik…okay, well, maybe the Vikings could use a little more love. They’re getting it from six-year-old Obadiah Gamble, who invited quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to his birthday party with a song and video, “Hey Teddy.” The video went viral — it currently has over…


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Danish musicians create an underwater concert experience

AquaSonic

For almost ten years, Danish musicians Laila Skovmand and Robert Karlsson have been researching, creating and experimenting with custom-made underwater instruments. The result is AquaSonic -- an underwater concert, installation, and visual performance.