Is there ever a non-busy Week in Food? If so, we haven't encountered it, and this week is no different, with everything from a lecture on food criticism and an author dinner to the long-awaited, much anticipated Surly Darkness Day.
Not the clear favorite after all.MPR and the Humphrey Institute released a poll the week before Election Day that predicted a victory for Mark Dayton over Tom Emmer in the governor's race. Team Emmer complained and said its own internal numbers show the race a toss-up.
Politics and blatant self promotion usually go hand in hand, but not so much when it comes to Twitter and our fine elected representatives.
State law quirk requires educators to sit on school board
These GOPfathers are the power brokers you've never heard of
Did the feces of feathered fiends cause the I-35W bridge collapse?
The State of the City? We're Broke.
A Minneapolis school gets results with electrical sensors and exercise mats
And other tales from our least likely lobbyists
Activists want Xcel to clean up its oldest--and dirtiest--power plant
No party endorsement, a disastrous primary, and an opponent who attracts wealthy liberals: Can Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton revive her reelection campaign?
Ted Mondale thought he could sweet-talk the 'burbs into building their share of affordable housing-- but Eagan told him to get lost.
Wonder what your child's school will look like in the next millennium? Here's a peek.
Ann Carlson learns the ropes in RODEMEOVER