Longfellow seemingly has it all. It's home to Leviticus Tattoo, Merlin's Rest, our favorite head shop GM Tobacco, the always-entertaining Denny's, and, of course, the Mississippi River. In recent years, a handful of new restaurants (like Sonora Grill and Parka) opened in the neighborhood, increasing ... More >>
Around 3:30 this morning, a man was found shot to death outside a Super 8 hotel in Brooklyn Center.SEE ALSO: Mpls Hilton female boss bragged about '50 states club,' sexually harassed men, suit alleges The Star Tribune, citing police, reports that the victim's "last gasps [were] taken as he pounded o ... More >>
Some would argue that James Summers deserves a free meal after coming up with an elaborate ruse to fill his belly.Summers, 52, is from Wisconsin. And on Tuesday afternoon, he walked into a Madison-area Denny's, told workers he was the new general manager, then cooked himself the quintessential Wi ... More >>
Part the strips to see what's inside...America's love of bacon is a trend that, no matter how many times it's been pronounced, simply won't die. Maybe we should start calling it a lifestyle? Denny's is making a solid case for all things porcine with it's new Baconalia menu--hell, the menu is ... More >>
The KFC Double Down: And they get worse. Much worse.It's hard to imagine that food hasn't been invented or combined in every possible combination by now, but humans are still managing to create unique new variations on things to eat or new ways to employ food. But for every delicious new idea ... More >>
Part of the Amongst Us series
The flat panel televisions, the furniture, the pool and ping pong tables that almost got carted away to help pay off Denny Hecker's creditors? They'll get the cash instead, thanks to some unnamed friends with $15,000 worth of expendable income who came forward with the cash at the last minute ... More >>
Denny HeckerWhat, with all the fuss over Ponzi schemer Tom Petters being sentenced to life in prison today, it would be easy to forget that Denny Hecker, another Minnesota Tycoon Hall of Shame candidate, just got more bad news, too: His bankruptcy judge told him he stays on the hook for $767 ... More >>
Minneapolis zoning laws threaten to shut down popular Latino hot spot
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A female City Pages reader puts Patrick in his place...finally.
Get thee to a Denny's today for free pancakes, eggs and meat products.
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