It’s time for Minnesota to make a little more noise about Winona Ryder, who was born here in 1971 and spent most of the Me Decade living with her parents on a farm outside her namesake river-bluff city. After becoming an A-list movie star, she dropped off the pop-culture radar for a few years before launching a comeback that started, ironically, with her searing performance as a retiring ballet dancer in Black Swan. Though her role in Stranger Things hasn’t exactly expanded her range as an actor, it’s renewed her fame for a new generation. Meanwhile, Ryder’s teenage roles have become sacred Gen X canon, making her a Ringwaldian icon for the kids in the back of the bus. Can we get this woman a goddamn mural already?