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Past articles by Jennifer:

Can this woman revive the Art Center?

“We lost sight of who we are and what we’re supposed to be in this community.” Seventy-five years after Rochester Art Center’s founding, executive director Pamela Hugdahl has some new ideas ... about how to return the city’s premier art institution to its old ideals. → Read More

Random Rochesterite: Nicole Czarnomski

Age: 45 Occupation: Marketing director/writer Where we found her: Shorewood Senior Campus Are you originally from Rochester? No. I grew up in a small town in Missouri—Holts Summit. We didn’t even have a stoplight when I was growing up. What brought you here? My husband. He’s from Winona. How did you meet? Through mutual friends in Missouri. At the time, he was a contractor building houses and… → Read More

It's a full house, and a dwindling supply of TP

And just like that, we're four again. → Read More

A home is more than stucco and cacti

After dinner tonight, I took a walk. → Read More

Going above and beyond earns them their reward

It's finally here! → Read More

Empty nest marks another beginning

I've always made New Year's Resolutions. This year, though, I'm behind. I was ill during the first week of 2020, so instead of making resolutions, I watched Downton Abbey. I → Read More

Jen's World: There's much to learn from other peoples' stories

I often use this space to tell my own stories — whether it's about attending my first drag show, sending my kid to college, or shearing a goat. (And, yes, → Read More

Worst cold ever sends me to the 'good stuff'

I waited in line for a long time. → Read More

Jen's World: Forget the Christmas tie, make your gift an experience

There's a lot of gift-buying going on right now. Some people are in the final throes of Christmas shopping. Others are prepping for Hanukkah. And still others don't follow either → Read More

Jen's World: A look back reminds us of our mysterious futures

My co-worker, Lisa, sent the reminder via text. It read, "Don't forget to send a picture of yourself at 20!" → Read More

Jen's World: What's in your closet? Time to ditch the sun dress

It's probably time to put my summer clothes away. → Read More

Jen's World: Pets help the nest feel less empty

There's a shift going down at my house. It's been slowly creeping up on us for a few years, but lately the pace seems to have quickened. → Read More

Jen's World: K-9 unit ride-along was a Riot

I've always wanted to do a ride-along. → Read More

Jen's World: Destination Duluth ... along with everyone else

Well, you can add this to the list of Things I Didn't Know Until Now: Everyone and their brown dog goes to Duluth during MEA weekend. → Read More

Jen's World: It's a small world after all

"I had a small world moment today," my cousin Cory announced when he and his wife, Dawn, arrived at our house last week for their annual visit. → Read More

Jen's World: 'How is this happening?

We meet by the Burger King across the street from the train station. → Read More

Jen's World: Amid the sights of Italy ... books. Lots of them

When I went on vacation in Italy a few weeks ago, I saw a lot of things. → Read More

Jen's World: A pasta class in Italy? Molto buono!

We leave our apartment and walk past the Piazza della Signoria. Past the Duomo. Past gelato shops and leather shops and glass shops in buildings so old that they're literally → Read More

Jen's World: Mighty Mo takes a trip to the fire station

It's been a long time — we're talking YEARS — since I've done a Reader Mail column. But I was cleaning out my email last week (a long overdue task), → Read More

Jen's World: BFF, Martin Zellar and the memories rush back

They say you can't go home again. But they're lying. → Read More