The music community in the Twin Cities and beyond lost a friend in Tim Carr. The Hopkins-bred music writer and A&R representative who went on to sign the Beastie Boys to Capitol Records was found dead at his Thailand apartment. He was 57.According to Pattaya103.com, he was reportedly found with ... More >>
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Behind the scenes of the transgender woman's case
Marina Young shot at a warehouse where she believed her daughter might've been, prosecutors allege. Young's 12-year-old ran away from home so Young went looking for her. A witness saw her pull up to a building in downtown LeRoy and shoot a rifle at an empty building. The witness heard Young y ... More >>
Dennis Leroy Anderson and his greatest creation: A Barcalounger even a drunk can drive.For professional drunks, it is a trophy like no other: the only chair to ever land its operator a DWI.The chair has as many amenities as the average Mini Cooper. Powered by a lawnmower engine, it comes equipped ... More >>
Not that it's ever a good time, but now's an especially bad time to pull back one too many at your local saloon then crawl on to your riding lawn mower to mosey on home.
The motorized recliner that made headlines after its owner crashed into a parked car and received a DWI will soon be on the online auction block. We're so bidding.
Remember the guy who won the eBay auction for the motorized recliner involved last year in a Proctor DWI? Turns out he's not paying up on his $10,099 winning bid and the town's police chief isn't happy.
The motorized La-Z-Boy chair that made international news when owner Dennis LeRoy Anderson was busted operating it drunk is now up for sale on eBay and the price is rising fast.
If you ever consider taking your motorized La-Z-Boy lounge chair out from a night of drinking, it might just be better to leave it at home.
T-Paw puts the patronage back in the state government
McDonald's manager refuses to hire Mexicans born in America because "they always quit"
Too loud, too opinionated, too brash. Few thought Katherine Lanpher could revive Minnesota Public Radio's sagging Midmorning. WRONG!
The Twin Cities mark the occasion of Charles Schulz's retirement by scrambling to turn him into a hometown hero
It's an odd, autonomous, anomalous year for the 1998 City Pages New Music Poll.
A shelter loses its funding, its low-cost rental space, and even some cats, which have reportedly been put down at other shelters. But the biggest problem facing Miss Kitty's Cat House is Minneapolis's zoning code.
Concertgoers caught in last week's melee at the bombshelter say the MPD did as much to start the riot as they did to quell it.