Don't beat yourself up too much, single fellas -- a new study by the Are You Interested? online dating site concludes that Minneapolis women are some of the pickiest online daters in the country.SEE ALSO: Coffee shop first date live-tweeted by City Pages bloggerThe study analyzed 450,000 "interactio ... More >>
Minnesota might be nice, but a new study concludes that Minneapolis is actually quite naughty.SEE ALSO: Woodbury and Edina are top extramarital affair locales in Twin Cities, says AshleyMadison.comThe City of Lakes rated as the third-most sinful city in the nation in the Movoto real estate blog's li ... More >>
Minneapolis knows computers.Buried deep in their hard drives, Minneapolis residents have something to hide. Okay, either that, or we're rather internet-savvy. A new study from the AVG Technologies found that Minneapolis is the least likely American city to get "duped" online. The study looked at ... More >>
Graeter's name hints at its greatness!Missing your daily dose of Oprah? Well, at least you can now drown your sorrows in a pint of her favorite ice cream, as the Cincinnati-based Graeter's recently entered the Twin Cities market. Graeter's is a super-premium, high milk-fat content product, ... More >>
Alan Lomax was the principal documentarian of of southern roots music, culminating in the release, fifty years ago, of Sounds of the South, a keystone in American musical history. Last fall, an improbably good band played some selections from his defining collection and...wow.
A conversation with a local guitar hero
Mottaqi Stadium, IranWhat might have happened had the Metrodome roof collapsed during the Vikings game against the Giants on Sunday? What might have happened if the roof had slowly sagged and busted wide open over stands packed with spectators in a panic, but unable to move? Disaster, that's ... More >>
Photo: MuladProof that Twin Citians know how to relax.We do stress out over things here on the tundra. Look at the Vikings, for crying out loud. Or Michele Bachmann. And don't even get us started on the fact that we have yet another election recount with national import on our hands. But com ... More >>
Well, the third week of tour has passed. I've had about 50 cups of coffee, spent about $300 on gas, eaten about seven square meals, and met a ton of cool people. I've been in some really cool towns and some towns that I won't feel bad about never coming back to.
These new foods are unlikely to become classics.When we heard about the new foods at this year's Minnesota State Fair, some sounded great, others gruesome. Would the latter taste as awful as we feared, or would we be eating our words? Here are several we sampled that aren't worth loosening th ... More >>
Photo: Andrew KelsallMinneapolis want you to walkYou want to die trying to cross the street? Move to Florida. At the very least, head south of the Mason-Dixon line. If you don't want to take your life in your hands while out for a stroll, just stay right here in Minneapolis. That's what the g ... More >>
www.wikipedia.comThis Texas treat defies locavore logic. It's here! The list of the new foods to be found at the 2010 Minnesota State Fair has been released, and there's a lot to get excited about. Somewhere between the deep-fried cheeseburger sliders at Axel's and the deep-fried shortcake at G ... More >>
Photo: GoldbergGetting our man onDamn. We're not as manly as Milwaukee, so we'll let you notch one up there, cheese heads. But Minneapolis still broke the Top 20 in Sperling's annual "America's Manliest Cities" survey. The biggest hunk of American manhood can evidently be found in Nashville, ... More >>
Lookbook will sweep the East Coast, while OFTT is donating tour proceeds to the Red Cross for Haiti relief.
If you're sitting at your computer right now clawing your eyes out in a vain attempt to forget the myriad tasks, bills, obligations, etc. conspiring to crush your troubled soul, now might be a good time to take consolation that, hey, it could be worse.
The Springsteen-loving Jersey boys will play Epic on October 3.
The Knonam track is the first leak off a forthcoming Midwest Broadcast mixtape.
It's a tough day for Minnesota -- first New in Town makes fun of the state, and now real people say they don't want to live here either!
Look, you and I both know why you turn (and turn again) to City Pages: the weather.
1) The two teams that have beaten them, Tampa Bay and Cincinnati, are a combined 6-0. 2. Despite their dreadful start, the Vikes are a mere half-game out of first place in what may be the least talented division in NFL history. One of the division's four teams has to make the playoffs. 3. With the ... More >>
Days before the tenth annual Scribble Jam in Cincinnati, Ohio, founding DJ Mr. Dibbs tells the Cincinnati Enquirer he remembers the time in 1997 when Eminem "came out of nowhere" to take second in the MC battles. This year's hip-hop-a-looza (11.5 hours from Minnesota by car) features Friday headline ... More >>
The Associated Press is reporting former NFL cornerback Michael Brim, 39, died in a shootout with another man Tuesday night. Brim was drafted by the Cardinals in 1988 and played for seven years with various teams including Detroit, the New York Jets, Cincinnati, and the Minnesota Vikings from 1989-1 ... More >>
The 2005 NFL schedule was released today and the Minnesota Vikings could be in for a very long season. The NFC North has been making some notable off-season improvements, and a Moss-less offense against Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore may need a lot of help from the recent acquisitions on the def ... More >>
April Fool's jokes that won't end On Friday, a Web site reported that John Hughes was coming out of seclusion to make a sequel to 1986's Pretty in Pink. The site listed prettyinpink.com as a source, which takes you directly to aprilfoolsday.com, a dead link. As if the joke wasn't obvious enough, th ... More >>
Scissor Sisters' disco pop delivers a queer ear for the straight guy
A pair of comfort-food cookbooks to make surviving cabin fever season a little easier
With the issue drama Traffic, Steven Soderbergh turns the flow of cocaine into a moving picture
Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek gather everyone from Nelson Mandela to Rick James under the hip-hop tent
Traversing the rough terrain between a father's expectations and a son's aspirations
Ruminations on toddlers and sharing
The Afghan Whigs' search for their soul produces a new collection of retro rump shakers