Craft beer is still a booming business in the Twin Cities, but with our reputation for producing America's most popular apple varieties, like Honeycrisp, Zestar, and SweeTango, it's also a natural fit for a craft cider house. "For whatever reason, craft cider is big on the coasts," explains&nbs ... More >>
Key to a False Door is the group's tightest, fastest record yet
Yesterday, with a mostly party-line 40-23 vote, the Minnesota Senate approved the controversial Defense of Dwelling and Person Act, a bill that broadens the rights of property owners to use deadly force. Since the House passed a version of the bill last year, the legislation should soon reach the ... More >>
One of our favorite road trip destinations.The Hot Dish has been itching for a road trip lately. But unlike the guy who drove 500 miles to eat at Chipotle, we're seeking true destination dining. Last year, the estimable Bayport BBQ took home our Best Restaurant Worth the Drive honors, but t ... More >>
Cookies for a causeSure, you can go out to eat for going-out-to-eat's sake, but this week offers the chance to justify your expenditures in two ways: theme dinners or fundraisers.
Superheroes, swingin' singles, and gut rot: It's a hot week on the Twin Cities' food scene. Think you're up to the challenge? Then belly up for The Week in Food. Tuesday 5/11Do men in spandex affect your smarts? Find out at Galactic Pizza Trivia Night, hosted by Captain Awesome and Dr. Tomorro ... More >>
After a fatal car crash near Medora, N.D., the family's dog disappeared from the scene more than a month ago. He's back and he found God!
Male fish in our river are growing female sex organs and are now intersex. And in case you didn't realize, you're probably to blame.
Finish with dessert at Stockholm Pie Company—pie so good you'll cry
He met her one night in a bar. He tattooed her name on his arm. He's never seen her again.
Local noise rockers the Blind Shake resurrect a classic Minneapolis sound
Two hundred years of history as experienced in Minnesota's bars and restaurants
The remarkable 114-year story of Minnesota's last juvenile detention home
After 52 years of marriage, Ralph and Sharon Link still have each other. Yet despite a life played by the rules that's about the only thing that turned out the way they planned it.
Many years ago, before the locks & dams were built, the Mississippi River ran wild through the heart of Minneapolis. Why not again?
All the leaves are green and the skies are blue for David Beckey's Autumn Leaves
Josh Wagner tips the scales at 150 pounds. The animals he tries to ride weigh ten times as much. Other than that, they're a lot alike.