Twin Citians defended our championship as the most healthy and fit metro in the land, says the American College of Sports Medicine in its 2012 American Fitness Index.Researchers examined dozens of "personal" and "community" health indicators, including diet, exercise, smoking, chronic disease rates, ... More >>
Photos by Benjamin GrimesSchool of Seven Bells and Active ChildSeptember 19, 20107th St. Entry, MinneapolisDo the Twin Cities have an active enough concertgoing population to support three separate sizable touring bands on a chilly Sunday night? It turns out the answer is yes, judging from the fu ... More >>
This man seriously gets paid to act like a nut at sports events, do push ups for a crowd, and generally act obnoxious? Where do we sign up?
Crowds were thinner and its films riding moderate praise
Su Doku, a Japanese puzzle craze already popular in the UK, is now making addicts out of Americans. Linguistics professor/So Doku enthusiast Mark Huckvale's new book, The Big Book of Su Doku #1, explains how to solve the deceptively simple puzzles using just a pencil and brain cells. While Su Doku d ... More >>
"Jumping the couch" replaces "jumping the shark" Let's be honest: "Jumping the shark," like, jumped the shark about two years ago. Still, we use it to refer to television shows that have run their course and are srambling to survive by settling for half-brained plot lines. Thanks to Tom Cruise, h ... More >>
The Soap Factory's Art Shanty Projects turn life on the frozen lake into a work of art
Somewhere along the line, an old friend became just another one of the guys.
Are prayer sessions at a local Ford dealership protected by the U.S. Constitution?
He built a pair of wings for Shirley MacLaine, now he's showing us his closet