Each week, we'll interview one of the chefs participating in our 2014 Iron Fork competition. On November 6, these six culinary masterminds will go head to head to see who can create the most appetizing and healthful dish using a secret ingredient. Tickets are on sale now. In the small, often overloo ... More >>
Finally, the big day is here! The Best of the Twin Cities 2014 issue hits newsstands today, chock-full of the metro's crème de la crème in shopping, services, recreation, and yes -- restaurants. Hot Dish gathered up all of our many food and drink winners for you to check out in one handy locatio ... More >>
Betty Has a Big Season Ahead of Her
This afternoon, police released new information on Thursday's tragic workplace shooting at Accent Signage in Bryn Mawr. The violence left three wounded and five dead, including 36-year-old shooter Andrew Engeldinger, an employee of the company who took out his gun after hearing that he was being fir ... More >>
Andrew Engeldinger, a 36-year-old south Minneapolis resident, was the disgruntled Accent Signage ex-employee responsible for yesterday's workplace shooting that left five dead, including Engeldinger, the Star Tribune reports.Multiple sources are reporting that Engeldinger was fired earlier in the da ... More >>
Juxtaposition Arts hosts release show on Saturday
Restaurant fills old Bryn Mawr Coffee shop space
OPENColossal Cafe in St. Paul (City Pages review)Eli's East Food & Cocktails (City Pages review)Eat Street Social (City Pages preview)Eat Street PizzaThe Hole Sports LoungeOceanaire (new location)Turkey To Go (Minneapolis skyway)Uncle Moe's Deli and DraftsWest Bank DinerWhich Wich
Courtesy Sparks Facebook pageSparks food will all come from a wood-burning ovenJonathan Hunt, chef and owner of well-loved and oft-visited Minneapolis Italian hot spots Al Vento and Rinata, recently told Minnesota Monthly that he will (quietly) be opening a new restaurant called Sparks in the old ... More >>
Local weatherdude Sven Sundgaard is off your television screen and on vacation this week, enjoying the heat and hummus in Israel and Jordan. When he's not globetrotting, the active Sundgaard can most often be found at the nearest Thai food establishment.
MAK faces her toughest test yet, but could make history
But he can still tell you the best burger in town, whatever your price range.
Summer is over. Time to winterize tires.
Summer Guide: Food
So far in the 2006 election cycle, residents in Zip code 55405 have contributed $317,371 to congressional candidates and the soft-money funds that support them.
Behold the savory breakfast pastry, the antidote to too many sugary muffins and danishes
Teacher "realignment" threatens special ed in Minneapolis
A tour of Minneapolis's newest and most rigorously engineered neighborhood
Is there no one in Minnesota who can handle the job?
In which Dara discovers a gem in the bottom of the mailbag
Polyglot guitarist (and former Bar Mitzvah session man) Tim Sparks pulls a chair up to the rebbe's table
Cynthia Stevens wades into a spectacle in Wirth Park
After a century of empty promises, Minneapolis officials are finally poised to spruce up the polluted waterway that meanders through the city's north side. What changed? The buying power of the people who will live there.
Many clients can't afford it. Builders are leery of it. When will ecologically sound housing reach the mainstream?
Minneapolis's Victorian gems have endured boom times, bad times, and some godawful weather. Now they face their greatest danger yet: government ownership and a new brand of antique "collectors."
The Guthrie's search for new digs casts the company in a Minneapolis development drama
In corporations and churches, in classrooms and capital corridors, these 100 Queers have contributed to the "Good Life" in Minnesota.
Bryn Mawr neighborhood association president Chris Bacon says the public-input process for a proposed bikeway has turned into "a major pain in the ass." City officials think they've found a cure: closed-door, invitation-only meetings.
Four years ago Lee's Liquor Lounge was just another dying neighborhood bar. Then this guy Nate calls the owner, Louie, and the place turns into--well, no one is quite sure what. But there's nowhere else like it.
The Wearing of the Greenway
THE TAXPAYERS OF HENNEPIN COUNTY ARE SUING...
A week on the inside with the students and teachers of Wayzata High and St. Paul Central.