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The Blotter
10:15 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Green Line train kills Shana Buchanan, controversial Twin Cities attorney The Hennepin County Medical Examiner confirmed this morning that the woman killed by a Green Line train around 10:15 a.m. Sunday is Shana Gail Buchanan, a controversial Twin Cities attorney who... More >>
Gimme Noise
10:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
The biggest pop crossovers in country music history The line that designates what is and is not country music is muddier than most of us are willing to admit. What is abundantly clear, though, is that country music appeals to more people than just... More >>
Dressing Room
9:06 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Interview: Standup comedian Bengt Washburn "I couldn't talk," says comedian Bengt Washburn. "That's what it was like. That's what I tell people at my shows about living in Germany for three and a half years. It's hard learning a language ... More >>
Gimme Noise
9:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Hawthorne Heights: After 10 years, it's fun to throw some curve balls at yourself Hawthorne Heights | The Garage | Tuesday, September 2 Hawthorne Heights' emo punk single "Ohio Is for Lovers" brought the band huge success, and their dark and heavy lyrics have carried them ev... More >>
The Hot Dish
8:30 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
How to order coffee without sounding like a tool I worked in the specialty coffee world for almost a decade before retiring to the blogosphere. If there's one thing I learned during that time, it's that there is a massive language barrier bet... More >>
Dressing Room
8:02 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Venice Film Fest: Joshua Oppenheimer's The Look of Silence is more honest than The Act of Killing In 2012, documentary filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer made a splash with The Act of Killing, in which he sought out members of Indonesian killing squads, individuals who murdered thousands of innocent... More >>
The Blotter
8:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Fugitive Ty Hoffman, suspect in Kelly Phillips murder, allegedly robbed Blaine bank Three weeks after he allegedly murdered his onetime romantic and Lush business partner Kelly Phillips, Ty Hoffman, it appears, is still in the Twin Cities metro area.Surveillance foota... More >>
Dressing Room
7:06 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Three free things to do this week Free things to do this week include an art party, the return of cat videos, a beer tasting, and rooftop screenings of Bill Murray movies.Come take a look at our list and plan your week. ... More >>
The Blotter
7:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Minneapolis approves $130,000 for tasers While St. Paul city officials dealt with the fallout from the allegedly racially motivated tasing of Chris Lollie, the Minneapolis City Council approved purchasing 50 new tasers for its police for... More >>
The Hot Dish
7:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Red Stag to host Friends of James Beard benefit dinner Buckle up your seatbelts Minneapolis, because the James Beard Foundation is coming to town in a big way. On Sunday, October 5, the Red Stag Supper Club will host a benefit dinner for the foundatio... More >>
The Hot Dish
6:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Get free beer from Eastlake Craft Brewery, coming soon to Midtown Global Market Beer fans at the Midtown Global Market, your taproom dreams are ever closer to becoming a reality. While the brewing hasn't yet begun at Eastlake Craft Brewery, owner and head brewer Ryan Pitm... More >>
The Blotter
6:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Sen. Al Franken finds favor and distrust at north Minneapolis block party Saturday's Broadway Day Block Party was an opportunity for north Minneapolis to celebrate the end of summer and bask in its cultural goodness. Community organizers enlisted new recruits, musicia... More >>
The Hot Dish
5:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Bar Abilene unexpectedly closes its doors after 16 years in Uptown Sometime after bar close on Sunday, Bar Abilene, a 16-year fixture of the Uptown bar scene, abruptly closed its doors for good. A sign currently posted outside the bar reads, "Old Cowboys never ... More >>
The Blotter
5:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
First National Bank Building asked folks to "enjoy seat" where Chris Lollie sat before arrest One of the controversies surrounding Chris Lollie's rough, racially charged arrest in the First National Bank Building's skyway is whether the seat he was sitting in when a security guard asked h... More >>
The Blotter
4:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
Comment of the Day: What St. Paul ordinance says about Chris Lollie's arrest Today's comment of the day goes to A_Concerned_Citizen, who provides some nice legal analysis of Chris Lollie's controversial arrest in a St. Paul skyway.Citing a St. Paul ordinance, Citizen argu... More >>
Gimme Noise
3:00 am
Sep. 2, 2014
Minneapolis News
The best Twin Cities concerts of the week: 9/1-9/4 Be sure to check out our constantly updated concert calendar. ... More >>
Gimme Noise
8:00 am
Sep. 1, 2014
Minneapolis News
MN Music On-a-Stick at Minnesota State Fair, 8/30/14 MN Music On-a-Stick with Cactus Blossoms, Har Mar Superstar, Cloud Cult, Bob Mould, Doomtree, and Brother Ali Minnesota State Fair Grandstand, St. Paul Saturday, August 30 You can always count o... More >>
Dressing Room
1:36 pm
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Best Of Dressing Room: August 25-29 Folks in the Twin Cities are always up to something exciting. Here are some of Dressing Room's top stories from this week:-- Selfies aren't a new thing. Playwright August Strindberg was taking the... More >>
The Blotter
1:30 pm
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Mpls approves Southwest LRT, paving way for legislature to wrangle over funding Today, the Minneapolis City Council followed its counterparts in Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Hopkins, and St. Louis Park in approving the proposed alignment of the Southwest LRT line.After years o... More >>
Dressing Room
12:18 pm
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Venice Film Fest: In Birdman, Michael Keaton is haunted by his superhero past The gent at the Delta check-in counter back in New York sighed when he saw where I was headed. "Romantic Venezia!" he said, and the comment stopped me short, because film festivals located in the... More >>
The Blotter
12:00 pm
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Clyde Bellecourt says U of M is "scholastically retarded" on Native American issues The National Coalition Against Racism in Sports and Media wants the University of Minnesota to prohibit the Washington NFL team from playing on campus at TCF Bank stadium on November 2 unless th... More >>
Gimme Noise
11:00 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Liv Warfield at the Dakota, 8/28/14 Liv Warfieldwith the NPG Hornz and Luke JamesDakota Jazz ClubMinneapolis, MNThursday, August 28"Paul McCartney got it wrong" is a hell of a way to start a song. In Liv Warfield's "Blackbird," her ... More >>
Gimme Noise
10:30 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Concrete and Grass Lowertown Music Festival announces 2014 lineup With fall on the horizon, Minnesotans should do all they can to enjoy as many outdoor music events that the area has to offer before the weather eventually turns. And next weekend marks the eight... More >>
Gimme Noise
9:30 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Turf Club grand reopening with Dead Man Winter, 8/28/14 Turf Club grand reopening with Dead Man Winter, Frankie Lee, Erik Koskinen, and the Cactus Blossoms Turf Club, Saint Paul August 28, 2014 The Turf Club is back! Well, a cleaner, better smelling ... More >>
Dressing Room
9:15 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Somali pop-up gallery holds performance event this weekend If you haven't yet had a chance to check out the Somali Artifact and Cultural Museum's pop-up gallery downtown, this weekend is your chance. The space, co-curated by the Museum and Made Here, ope... More >>
The Hot Dish
9:00 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Ribbon Junkies: Behind the scenes at the State Fair food competitions We may disagree about corn dogs versus pronto pups, where to find the best cheese curds, and which political candidate deserves our vote, but most Minnesotans agree that there are two kinds of p... More >>
Dressing Room
8:04 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
ComedySportz Twin Cities ready to celebrate 25 years For two and a half decades, improv battles have raged on at ComedySportz Twin Cities, with teams of performers entertaining numerous audiences throughout the years. In September, the Uptown inst... More >>
Gimme Noise
8:00 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
The best indie musicians to follow on Twitter Way back in 2006, I bet the founders of Twitter had no idea the social-media platform would become the force it is today. Sure, you can interact with your friends and whatnot, but perhaps the co... More >>
The Blotter
7:30 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
St. Paul police defend Chris Lollie arrest; lawyers question aggressive use of force :::: UPDATE :::: First National Bank Building asked folks to "enjoy seat" where Chris Lollie sat before arrest In the wake of the stir caused by the hard-to-watch footage of Chris Lollie's arr... More >>
The Blotter
7:15 am
Aug. 29, 2014
Minneapolis News
Protestors of all colors demand prosecution of Ferguson cop who killed Michael Brown By 6 p.m., the rain has dissipated. Hundreds of protestors are gathering outside the Hennepin County Government Center on Thursday to demand the prosecution of a white Ferguson, Missouri, cop nam... More >>
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