A few folks cruising Edina Realty the past few days stumbled across a choice listing: The old Medusa building on the West Bank is up for grabs. This, the site of numerous hot, sweaty shows featuring underground punk, metal, and stranger stuff still between 2007 and the summer of 2013 is on the marke ... More >>
Last month, Aaron Schaffhausen pleaded guilty to killing his three girls, but maintained he was insane when he carried out that unspeakable deed last July. But yesterday, a Wisconsin jury rejected Schaffhausen's insanity claim, meaning he'll have to serve his three life sentences in prison.SEE ALSO: ... More >>
Yesterday, Aaron Schaffhausen pleaded guilty to brutally murdering his three daughters last July in the River Falls home they lived in with their mother.SEE ALSO: Edina Realty won't sell house where Aaron Schaffhausen allegedly killed his three girls But Schaffhausen maintains he was insane and want ... More >>
Howler, Astronautalis, Pink Mink, and more
Photo via Edina RealtyPachyderm Studios, best known as the recording site of Nirvana's final studio album, In Utero, as well as the place where dozens of local bands holed up in the early- to mid-'90s to record their work, has gone out of business once and for all and the property is now for sale ... More >>
A lifetime of playground taunts parlayed into fifteen minutes of internet glory."Beat it. Flick it. Choke it. Rub it," urges Richard William Wanket in an advertisement for his services as a real estate agent with Edina Realty. "It's all Real Estate Masturbation if your agent isn't doing the w ... More >>
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