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The Hot Dish
8:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Jamie Malone is out at Sea Change with a new venture on the way Yesterday afternoon was abuzz with news that Jamie Malone will be leaving Sea Change by the end of the week. Taking her place is longtime sous chef Ryan Cook, who has been working under Malone's... More >>
The Blotter
7:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Mississippi Market's rationale for not dumping Eden Foods is similar to Seward Co-op's Earlier this week, we shared the Seward Co-op's reasons for continuing to sell products made by Eden Foods, a Michigan-based company with Catholic ownership that's under fire for refusing to pr... More >>
The Hot Dish
7:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Dangerous Man's Rye IPA is a peppy and dry pairing for your burger IPA fanatics know just how many varieties of the style exist, from the floral West Coast versions to the maltier British-inspired drinks. We've been sipping yet another variation: Dangerous Ma... More >>
The Blotter
6:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Bob Schwiderski releases map of accused Christian clerics in Minnesota For decades, Bob Schwiderski has been a voice for victims of clerical abuse. He's blanketed the neighborhoods of accused priests with fliers and held press conferences to encourage others to spea... More >>
The Hot Dish
5:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Top 10 reasons why your server hates you Elevate Research, a new start-up out of St. Paul, is launching an app that allows patrons to rank their dining experiences using customized customer satisfaction surveys while receiving real-time... More >>
The Blotter
5:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Andrew Billingsley Jr. shot dead after sticking up for son on 19 bus in north Mpls, charges say Officers gather at the site of Billingsley Jr.'s murder. The man videotaped lying dead last Thursday on a north Minneapolis street was shot dead after confronting 16-year-old Joshua Ford on a Me... More >>
The Blotter
4:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Comment of the Day: MacDonald didn't even represent herself well Yesterday was a day of grim financial news for Michelle MacDonald, the embattled, MNGOP-endorsed candidate for the Minnesota Supreme Court:#MNGOP endorsed supreme court justice candidate Michelle ... More >>
Gimme Noise
4:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Jenny Lewis: People assume I'm always writing about myself Don't try to pigeonhole Jenny Lewis; she'll just push outside of your definition of who she is. The California singer-songwriter is set to release her first solo album since 2008's Acid Tongue wi... More >>
Gimme Noise
3:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
The 10 best "Bear" bands in rock 'n' roll Enough with all of the endless chatter about the best hair bands of all-time. What about the best "Bear" bands? While listening to Bear In Heaven's new album, Time Is Over One Day Old, I was str... More >>
Movies
12:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Get On Up is an inspired James Brown biopic He couldn't have known it at the time, but James Brown's debut recording and first chart hit — made in 1956 with the Famous Flames —... More >>
Movies
12:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo gets richer as it darkens Mood Indigo is bitter candy, a heartbreaker that uses sugar as a trap. The director, Michel Gondry, has a brilliant, contradictory brain. He's a... More >>
Theater
12:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Mu Performing Arts gives A Little Night Music new light You likely wouldn't equate Stephen Sondheim's elegant A Little Night Music with the rousing, simple spectacle of Miss Saigon, unless it was for... More >>
Dish
12:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Where to dine, drink, and snack along the Green Line When the Blue Line opened almost exactly 10 years ago, savvy partiers were among the first to understand its potential, plotting out all-night bar... More >>
Music
12:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Hollow Boys embrace the dark on third album Maybe Hollow Boys didn't fully exist until Cole Benson came along. "With every other bass player that we had, we were trying to shoehorn them into... More >>
Feature
12:00 am
Jul. 30, 2014
Minneapolis News
Best bets from the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival There's nothing staid about the Minnesota Fringe Festival. It's a crazy patchwork of hundreds of actors and dancers presenting 169 shows at 15... More >>
Gimme Noise
12:00 pm
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Downtown Music Festival announces 2014 lineup The esteemed folks at Downtown Records are bringing an excellent music festival to Minneapolis in September. Headlined by one of the breakout bands of the year, Future Islands, this grouping of ... More >>
The Blotter
11:30 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Medical cannabis task force meeting changed Take note, people: The location of Thursday's medical cannabis task force meeting has changed. Do not go to the Orville Freeman building in St. Paul. Instead, go here: Room 10 of the State Of... More >>
The Blotter
10:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Fake Michele Bachmann stories dupe liberal websites Two years ago, the Onion's "Michele Bachmann Thankful No Americans Died In Sikh Shooting" story duped a ton of commenters and social media users. The same thing happened earlier this year in resp... More >>
Dressing Room
9:50 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Standup Amber Preston on new adventures in Los Angeles Comedian Amber Preston was born and raised in Fargo, but now feels she's put some distance between herself and her hometown, figuratively and literally. "I've been away from Fargo longer than I ... More >>
Gimme Noise
9:30 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Doomtree's new track ".38 Airweight" explores mind of subway vigilante Bernhard Goetz The official push for Doomtree's follow-up to 2011's No Kings is underway with ".38 Airweight." A forboding beat by Cecil Otter, Lazerbeak, and Paper Tiger -- originally called "Cheesy Crusty," ... More >>
Dressing Room
9:07 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Women's Prison Book Project hosts a sale this weekend For 20 years, the Minneapolis-based Women's Prison Book Project (WPBP) has been providing reading material for women and trans inmates all over the country. Once a part of the former Arise! Books... More >>
The Blotter
9:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Lake Calhoun's Thomas Beach E. coli closure could end today Lake Calhoun's Thomas Beach has been closed since last Thursday after water samples revealed unsafe E. coli levels in the area.But that could end today when the results of testing done yesterda... More >>
The Hot Dish
8:45 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Canteen proves toast is the most Twin Cities breakfast of all Toast (toäst if you're Chloe Sevigny) is a seemingly simple repast. So simple, in fact, that when word of fancy, artisanal toast got out, many called it the end of days, the official shark-jum... More >>
The Blotter
8:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
The Green Party comes to Minnesota, looking for new political life I walk into the 11:00 a.m. press conference at the Green Party's National Annual Meeting - one of the political party's biggest events of the year - and I'm a little confused. I'm normally accu... More >>
Dressing Room
7:13 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike presents a Chekhovian world There's a high probability that your enjoyment of the Guthrie's Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike will be directly related to how familiar you are with the works of Anton Chekhov. The great R... More >>
The Hot Dish
7:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Minneapolis Farmers Market on the Mall brings fresh fare to downtown set While the artisanal farmers markets in our beloved Twin Cities are ridiculously charming, there is also a certain beauty to serving a wide swath of diverse people with a large selection of veg... More >>
Gimme Noise
7:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Off With Their Heads' Ryan Young riding bike to Denver for charity Off With Their Heads' Ryan Young likes to challenge himself. That's why he scheduled a 900+ mile bike ride from Minneapolis to Denver where the musician is betting that his stubbornness will ov... More >>
The Blotter
7:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Jay Nygard is not in jail, and still fighting Orono over his wind turbines Jay Nygard got the bright idea for a homemade wind turbine in 2010, and set about collecting, in his own words, only the finest parts -- "I didn't buy a piece of shit propeller." Maybe so. But ... More >>
The Hot Dish
6:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Get quick breakfast, lunch, and an exemplary blueberry muffin at Cafe Zentral Cafe Zentral, located on the skyway level at Fifth Street and Marquette Avenue in the Historic Soo Line Building, is the newest addition to the Zentral empire that's rapidly overtaking the block.... More >>
The Blotter
6:00 am
Jul. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Minnetonka Beach's David Meder was drunk when he accidentally ran over wife, charges say Minnetonka Beach resident David Meder has been hit with a criminal vehicular homicide charge for accidentally running over his wife, Diane Meder, as he pulled into their driveway sometime around ... More >>
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