Courtesy of JSTKMichelle Palm loves this one...With a City Pages photo shoot, an upcoming book, and a website that's been getting all kinds of acclaim, Jelly Shot Test Kitchen is having an amazing year. It's the brain child of Edina resident Michelle Palm, whose stunning gelatin cocktails and top ... More >>
Minnesota's surprising place as a hub of toy crazes
Photo: Chris YunkerIt's everywhere you want to be.Remember that snow storm last weekend? The one where you got towed because you didn't obey the snow parking rules while you were inside watching the Vikings get hammered by the Bears, all while nursing a Surly-induced hangover and trying to figure ... More >>
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International Marketplace quietly offers cuisine treats
For TV's Ian Rans, there's no such thing as an unhappy hour
Federico Garcia Lorca: Potent playwright, lousy matchmaker
Minneapolis's restaurant scene is reborn—again!—This time with big money and farm-positive ideals.
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The naked truth about this summer's radio singles
Pink proves she's not just another Britney in a bottle
Norman Andersen creates dissonant sculptures that perform spontaneously and think independently. But what if they revolt against their master?
A new-wave rocker turns into a medical-software developer. A Web site turns into a nightclub. Adventures in branding and reinvention at downtown's Sursumcorda.
Give it up, fat man: A boy's dramatic Xmas ultimatum
Being John Malkovich is easier done than said
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In the growing local improv scene, everyone's a comedian
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