A look behind the scenes with the hardest-working man in Minnesota media
Fox 9's Tom Lyden didn't win an award at the Regional Emmys, but he refused to let that get in the way of having a fun Saturday night in downtown Minneapolis.SEE ALSO: Strangers at the Twins game: A blind date outing in their own tweets That much is clear from reading Lyden's tweets, which progresse ... More >>
Crank up the ovens, the competition is going to get hot at TPT's Whisk Factor challenge next week. See also: Michelle Gayer possible judge for new baking competition show Signature Dish: Barbette's chef Sarah Master
This Thursday more than 180 restaurants around the Twin Cities will take part in a national fundraiser to help raise money and awareness for the fight against HIV/AIDS. Dining Out for Life is an annual event in which restaurants from across the country donate a portion of their evening's proceeds to ... More >>
See Also:Dessa sells out the O'Shaughnessy, 4/20/12The Elixery's locally-made vegan lipsticks are fantastic Admit it, you kind of always wanted a lipstick in the shade of Dessa. The maven of Minneapolis hip-hop announced yesterday that she has collaborated with the local cosmetic artisan house the ... More >>
Homegrown star of AMC hit reflects on his character
What do you call a mini-documentary about Acme Comedy's 20th anniversary put together by Minneapolis-based Black Iris Media with a production assist from Patrick Strait?A Telly Award winning film, that's what.Yesterday, Black Iris was notified that the film "Acme Comedy Company: Celebrating 20 Years ... More >>
Food Network host gets raw behind the scenes
Can he snag a championship for the Vikings?
Don Shelby: Happy trails to you.We've said it before, but we'll say it again: If an asteroid were hurtling toward Earth, imperiling humankind, we'd want to hear the news from Don Shelby. How would the planet's imminent demise affect us locally? We know Shelby would give it to us straight. No ... More >>
Courtesy WCCOAmelia Santaniello's smiling here, but there were tears laterDon Shelby's looming retirement from the WCCO anchor desk hasn't exactly been a secret. The only unknowns were, "When?" and, "Who takes his place?" Both questions were answered this morning: Shelby will sign off from h ... More >>
CaptionIf you think local TV news ought to be delivered by someone who projects knowledge, wisdom and compassion without being framed by a swirling background screen of primary colors, a never-ending crawler and melodramatic music, then you're going to miss Don Shelby. If you think a nightly ... More >>
Oprah author shares his longevity plan
Trompeter finds herself on the other end of a news story as she and boyfriend David Abzill prepare for a going-away party.
Squagels, bong smoke, and the deep South--David Cross turns the State Theatre into a college dorm room tonight.
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Friends, strangers pull for official day for WCCO's "Good Question" anchor
The ubiquitous DeRusha might get a whole day to himself.
With running jokes about cousinly incest, bizarre chicken imitations, and a rare psychological disorder known as "never nudism," Arrested Development is the smartest and funniest comedy on television since BBC America started showing The Office. So naturally, Fox is giving it the ax. (Call it divine ... More >>
Creator/executive producer Rod Lurie wants to make it clear that his new ABC show, "Commander in Chief," starring Academy Award winner Geena Davis as an independent vice president thrust into power following the death of a Republican president, will take great pains to skirt as many political issues ... More >>
In the growing local improv scene, everyone's a comedian