-- Updates at bottom -- Early this year, Chris Kluwe went nuclear on his former employer in a first-person account of his last season with the team published on Deadspin. In one particularly memorable passage, Kluwe alleges that during a fall 2012 meeting, Vikings special teams coach Mike Pri ... More >>
A couple days ago, the Minneapolis Police Department released a video entitled, "How you can recognize the 8 indicators leading up to acts of crime and terrorism." The clip was produced using federal dollars and the help of a non-profit called the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL).As th ... More >>
Yesterday, St. Paul Dictator Mayor Chris Coleman and Betsy Hodges -- now officially the mayor-elect of Minneapolis, finally -- got together for lunch at the IDS Center.SEE ALSO: Blacks in Minnesota 8 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana than whites, study says The lunch followed a traditio ... More >>
Though recent plans for a new multi-use six-story building proposed for Dinkytown have been met with pushback from longtime residents, the soon-to-return student population is still very much in need of some new, more diverse dining options. Thankfully, a locally-based company with a custo ... More >>
Shoppers at the Mall of America on Saturday evening got more entertainment than they bargained for, as the mall's eastern rotunda was packed with more than 1,000 people, including hundreds of Native Americans, for an Idle No More protest flash dance.SEE ALSO: Twitter sparks Mall of America shooting ... More >>
On Christmas Eve, longtime American Indian activist Clyde Bellecourt was arrested in the IDS Center's Crystal Court following an Idle No More indigenous rights protest that featured a flash mob dance. Officers said they arrested Bellecourt, 75, after they repeatedly asked him to leave the building.S ... More >>
The resurgence of frozen yogurt shops in the Twin Cities is a lot of things: unexpected, illogical, a boon for the sprinkles industry, and a welcome trend to the health-conscious who lurk among us. But the most notable thing about this craze is that it seems to be showing zero signs of stopping. Wit ... More >>
See also:Top 5 cool treats for summerA taste test of three new fast-casual restaurantsThough food trucks have taken center stage as the trendy (and anger-inducing) food business of the moment, frozen yogurt seemed to also make a big comeback this year. With Freeziac, Yogurt Lab, Tutti Frutti, and Tr ... More >>
On a holiday that's all about food, why not let the professionals do the cooking? Whether you're hosting notoriously judgmental family members or looking to start a new lower-key Thanksgiving tradition, choosing one of the many Twin Cities restaurants that offer Thanksgiving Day meals just might be ... More >>
What tops this? Free desserts!Time to frost yourself in buttercream and sprinkle on the jimmies: Fans of the Bravo series Top Chef have been salivating over the arrival of the network's new show, Top Chef Just Desserts, which premieres tonight (11/10 central). In its honor, several Twin Cit ... More >>
Beat cops reveal who causes the most headache in the city's neighborhoods
As part of a worldwide event Saturday involving 2,712 cities, towns and municipalities in 83 countries, Minneapolis will dim many of the city's most notable lights to make a statement about climate change.
A lactose-intolerant ice cream lover is hopeful about oats.
Lawsuit claims national director threatens to pee on people
Steven Brown is back! After the '07 Massacre, Minneapolis is regrouping in other ways, too.
Among the many detractors of modern architecture, the party with the most legitimate beef may be the migrating songbird. Researchers have noted that lit skyscrapers disorient birds at night in roughly the same manner that bus stations waylay runaways: They both have a bad habit of ending up on the s ... More >>
After a union victory in Houston, local janitors are gearing up for new labor negotiations
If you read this list and subsequently eat your newspaper and/or hat, don't come crying to me
Why you should have bought the IDS Center
One more reason to toast: Half-price wine nights have caught on all over the Twin Cities
Times are tough for downtown office rentals
Aquavit's Minneapolis outpost is shuttered, but fans can still enjoy its new Scandinavian delicacies at home
Dear Dara confronts the demise of a beloved underdog
The Sound of Music, 2001: Our Favorite Things
Developers want to turn downtown Minneapolis into a golf paradise. Now all they need is a site--and some cash from the city.