Music fans who are put off by the endless hype surrounding the Super Bowl and the gratuitous violence of football still have a reason to tune into the big game on Sunday. From the opera star singing the National Anthem to the spectacle of the halftime show, there is something to draw in music lovers ... More >>
The newest Blue Plate restaurant tries to accommodate too wide an audience
While you're reading this week's cover story about the Minnesota Wild's controversial new arrival, Matt Cooke, you may find yourself wondering what kinds of tasty foods will be available at the Xcel Energy Center this year. Indeed, there will be quite a few new menu options for sports fans and conce ... More >>
Yesterday, for the 90th time this season, the Twins lost and another team won. That's not news. But Oakland's sweep of the visiting Twins meant the A's clinched the AL West, and following the game the party was on.SEE ALSO: Glen Perkins buys round of beers for Twins fans stuck at Target Field Like, ... More >>
Let's just get right to it, shall we? As this is the first weekend of the State Fair, there's really no other sensible place to do some outdoor beer drinking. But once inside the gates, it's easy to get overwhelmed with choices so here are a few of our favorite spots with beer gardens and a sampling ... More >>
Ohhh, the weather outside is... not as bad as they said it was gonna be? Okay, it still sucks. But soon -- yes, soon... too soon in fact! -- it will be summer, and it will be really stupidly hot, and we'll be going to music festivals and become reacquainted with the sweet summer smell of a beer-and- ... More >>
We're making a splash with craft cocktails, definitely have a lot going on in the world of breweries, we get amazing turnout at beer festivals, and take pride in the fact that our new stadium has much more than just Bud Light on tap, but where does Minneapolis/St.Paul fall in the ranks of America's ... More >>
Retro-rock band release debut album Colored Emotions
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Soon, that cup could be filled with merlot!Times are tough for America's restaurant owners. McDonald's is planning a large-scale makeover for many of its restaurants, hoping to make them more 'chic.' Wendy's has reworked its menu, changing to natural-cut fries and new burgers. Even Su ... More >>
Surly owner Omar Ansari testifies alongside Sen. Linda Scheid and Fulton Brewing owner Ryan Petz.In what was for the most part a very friendly hearing, the so-called Surly bill has passed its first hurdle. "It's a rollercoaster," says Surly Brewing Co. owner Omar Ansari of the process. "There h ... More >>
DoritosIt's all about what happens between the playsWhile the Packers/Steelers game was actually exciting, there were plenty of entertaining food moments along the way for all of the nonsports fans watching. Though Christina Aguilera's national anthem mishap was quite the scene-stealer, many ... More >>
Is it just another Speed movie or better?
florian/flickrgreat for drinking then passing out in the grass!Esquire Magazine, everyone's favorite place to see boobies--I mean read stories--recently compliled a list of Nine of the Worst Beers on Earth. And the "winner" is quite a loser: Bud Light Chelada. If you have ever wondered how ... More >>
With the rites of spring starting to appear all around us and the smell of grills wafting through the air, the search for the perfect spring and summer beverage is officially on. But when you're tired of Bud Light, Smirnoff Ice, and Arbor Mist (which tends to be consumed like grownup Kool-Aid), what ... More >>
While we await news of Lindsey Vonn's fate, check out some non sports injury-related news we brought you this week.
Betty White got tackled, human dolphins chomped on peanuts and popcorn, and T-Pain got Auto-Tuned in this year's Super Bowl ads. Check out our favorite food-related spots.
It's a slick operation, but too many dishes disappoint
We sort through some top food and drink ads from the last decade. Check out our Top 5.
The holidays are here. Bring on the leather.
What does your beer say about you?
Add one more to the "Most Suggestive Ad of All Time" ballot. Bud Light Lime's officially in the running.
Hard-working, hard-touring musician has never quite made the big time —and that's fine with him
The Universities of Minnesota and Wisconsin are among many colleges objecting to a Bud Light beer promotion: "Fan Cans" in college colors. And it looks like they have won.
Would you be more or less likely to drink Bud Light if the can was in your school's colors? Bud's betting the former.
For Barack Obama's birthday, we take a quick walk down memory lane, highlighting some of the president's more notable food preferences.
Get thee to a Denny's today for free pancakes, eggs and meat products.
No, not your living room. We're talking sports bars, with cheap beer and giant HD TVs!
Rooting returns to the Metrodome
Built to Spill's Doug Martsch on the difference between being a guitar god and a guitar guy
Nocturnal transmissions from Perfect Sound Radio
Leaving winter behind for hot rods, low-rent celebrities, and the drawbacks of concrete siding
Celebrity supernova Jennifer Lopez opens her mouth and makes the world a sadder and lonelier place
A documentary show at the Minnesota Historical Society captures the state of the state, one second at a time
Every weekend, Minneapolis's young and lubricated professionals descend upon downtown clubland. Undo your first five buttons and join them.
Returning from exile and personal calamity, author Gayl Jones has created her own outlaw-in-training: a Baptist, Bud Light-drinking, stun-gun-toting, 6-foot-plus, African-American freelance trucker