232 posts by Gino Terrell

Gino Terrell
Gino Terrell covered local artists and reviewed mainstream shows in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area under the Twin Cities Daily Planet (2014-15). He also freelanced for MinnPost and interned at Pioneer Press (St. Paul, MN number 1 newspaper), KSTP TV (the Minneapolis ABC News Affiliate) and American Public Media Group. He's accumulated over 30 awards from the Associated Collegiate Press, Society of Professional Journalists and National Association of Black Journalists (most notable: NABJ Student Journalist of the Year) and founded award winning student-magazine Pipers In-Depth at Hamline University (St. Paul). He was once the sports editor for The Oracle. Follow him on Twitter: @Gin026

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News

Tyrone Willis Reports: Hurricane Harvey

Tyrone Willis covers the damage of Hurricane Harvey. After speaking with the locals he shares photos of the damage the... Read more →

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Sports

Lynx vs Sparks, Part II premieres Sunday

Minnesota Lynx get a chance to settle a score when they "roar for four" this upcoming Sunday. Lynx Maya Moore... Read more →

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Sports

Carolina reflects on close 9-3 win over Bills

A dropped pass near the goal line allowed Carolina Panthers fans a sigh relief. It was fourth and 11 on... Read more →

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Sports

Twins 'go crazy' in shutout win, create mark in MLB history

Minnesota Twins combined for 33 runs in two shutouts this September and made history in their 16-0 shutout Tuesday night.... Read more →

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Sports

Adrian Peterson: "I'm passionate but respect my coach"

Adrian "All Day" Peterson's homecoming in Minnesota on Monday Night Football was spoiled with a 29-19 loss in the Minneapple.... Read more →

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Real Stories

The journey is the reward for one Hamline University commuter student

My one and only column where I open up about my experience as a first-year student at Hamline University enduring... Read more →

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Sports

Twins slide past Sox for sweep, finish August 20-10

Twins Max Kepler took one for the team Thursday afternoon. With bases loaded on two outs in the bottom of... Read more →

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Politics

A seat at the table: Raeisha Williams on police reform and revitalizing development for Ward 5

“Protesting is in my blood,” Raeisha Williams said, whose mother participated in the Black Power movement in Oakland, California, and... Read more →

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Food

Mobile Market program seeks to ease food disparity in the Twin Cities

A married couple decide to create an affordable grocery on wheels to help support a needy area that's near the... Read more →

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Real Stories

Volunteers help seniors live independently in the St. Paul Midway neighborhood

Jo Ann Olsen said volunteering for Hamline Midway Elders was her husband’s final request before he died. “When my husband... Read more →

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