What would life be like if your local bar allowed you direct access to their beer taps and charged you on a per-ounce basis? Would you be more likely to try a beer you might not otherwise try? Would you miss the interaction with the barkeep, or does fetching your own beer just cut out the middleman? ... More >>
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Photo courtesy of the Minnesota Twins When Minnesota Twins radio personalities Cory Provus and Dan Gladden were filling airspace during a blowout earlier this year, it came out that second baseman Brian Dozier played in a band called Silky Smooth. It was during his college years at the University o ... More >>
Target Field has been up and running for a full three seasons now, which means it's time to keep renovating.See also:- Minnesota Twins have increased in value more than any other pro sports franchise since 2000
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It might not seem like a big deal that much-maligned Australian band Jet announced their "discontinuation as a group" on Tuesday. Most of the people who will read this post had long ago written off Jet as sell-out, half-assed imitators who got lucky once, but we all know deep down that's not true ... More >>
She just dances and keeps on dancing. She holds her glass up high, and pours out her beer as it splashes on the dance floor below. Instead of pouring some out for her homies, she is pouring some out for her girls' night out, or maybe the calculus exam she bombed earlier in the day. This is Rack C ... More >>
The Budweiser frogs: as beloved by kids as alcopop.Even though alcoholic beverages are intended for adults, they're often marketed in kid-friendly formats. A recent study found Anheuser-Busch--a beer company--made the most kid-alluring advertisements, as children ages nine to 11 were more fam ... More >>
Image via Sanford HealthWhat you'll see along with Target, Budweiser and other branding.Let's see if we have this right. The Minnesota Twins play at Target Field underneath a gargantuan Budweiser sign visible from the the entire neighborhood. They are surrounded by advertising logos inside ... More >>
Church plays the State tonight. What better time to discuss his man cave, pregnancy tests, differentiating yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis, and David Allan Coe?
We sort through some top food and drink ads from the last decade. Check out our Top 5.
What does your beer say about you?
Williams was part of an... um... eclectic bill.
Much as I long for the days of seeing my country music at the county fair, these stories only come from living in the city.
Spanish researchers conclude beer is better than water post-exercise. Viva cerveza!
Minneapolis ad agency Fallon has been scoring new food and beverage clients of late.
As their full length "The Perfect Lover" approaches its release point, the local three-piece holds a free preview party in the Turf Club's Clown Lounge.
Last night's show at the Xcel Energy Center was a skin deep but enjoyable set from the deposed kings of L.A. sleaze rock.
How They Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
In Willmar, Christian rock has become a major tourist attraction
Built to Spill's Doug Martsch on the difference between being a guitar god and a guitar guy
Crass crooners turn back time, engage in unladylike behavior
Bill Mike's musical journey through R&B roadie work and heavy metal star sightings
Slug and Ant bring Atmosphere back home
Of all the terrifying urban myths surrounding the Great Minnesota Get-Together, Blotter can confirm that at least one is true: All the beer served at the state fair is weak.
A public response to the "Walker Without Walls"
Getting to the bottom of Minnesota's liquor laws
Starting gate whistles dixie; TRP sings praise
You too could be mayor of St. Paul! Just answer a dozen of the most preposterous, frivolous, and insultingly direct questions you could ever hope to encounter in your whole squirming political life.
A Good Bet, and If the Shubert Doesn't Fit...
Celebrating the Fourth with the wild, the innocent, and the impeccably attired
A documentary show at the Minnesota Historical Society captures the state of the state, one second at a time
Surfing the vagaries of the produce trade leads to a giddy sense of being in touch with all the world's seasons.