They've been called trash fish by some, fringe fish or rough fish by the more euphemistically inclined, but the significance is the same: Because of our grocery store bias for familiar species like salmon and cod, other species -- mullet, scup, invasive carp -- are largely left off the table. If yo ... More >>
If you're a fan of fine dining and are heading out to the Northern Spark festival this weekend, you might want to start punching a few extra holes in your belt now. The massive Minneapolis riverfront art festival will host a 100-course dinner that spans eight hours and features 100 servings of 100 d ... More >>
Not only will the new Vikings stadium be a dazzling sight to behold, it will also offer superior stadium fare. Food vendor behemoth Aramark has partnered with Andrew Zimmern to create an inspired menu for fans interested in more than heat-lamped hot dogs and ersatz nacho cheese.See Also:Andrew Zimme ... More >>
On Friday morning, the Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved the rough idea of a $400 million project that will reshape the area around the new Vikings Stadium, a project being called "Downtown East." The green light means that now, the city can start hammering out specifics with the d ... More >>
Remember earlier this year when the University of Minnesota was being criticized by the Wall Street Journal and legislature for having lost control of its spending? If the latest news is any indication, it looks like not much has changed the past couple months.SEE ALSO: Rush Limbaugh decries $3,406 ... More >>
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Since the University of Minnesota's dining services have partnered with the Aramark Corporation, a Minnesota Daily investigation finds, trouble has followed.
After provoking the ire of nearly every political sector for his attempts to bar recovering alcoholics from public housing, Sen. Rod Grams does the backstroke.