Wizard World reinterprets the “comic con” and brings it to the masses, but Twin Cities retailers aren’t going down without a superhero-sized fight
Do you love good food and drink? More important, can you write about eating and drinking with wit, knowledge, and passion? Here's your chance to indulge your appetite for great food and restaurants and get paid for it. The Hot Dish is looking for writers to cover the local food and restaurant scen ... More >>
City Pages took home 11 first place trophies at the annual Society of Professional Journalists Page One banquet last night, beating both the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press for the third year running.The Pioneer Press had an outstanding showing this year with 9 first place awards, while the St ... More >>
Erin Carlyle's cover story on Joe Gustafson is nominated for Story of the Year.The Page One Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists honor the best in journalism from across Minnesota, and we're proud to say that we've been nominated for 23 awards in this year's contest. The 23 no ... More >>
Throw out your summertime guides for the cities, our Fall Arts issue is hitting the streets as we speak. If you can't make it to the newsstands you can also read about interesting people and recommended events online right now (and throughout the season).
Eat this.We hope your week has been joyful and drenched with good food and drink. This week at the Hot Dish we talked about first dates and wineology, and had oh so many Top lists. Here are a few items we wouldn't want you to miss. ~Yeah, Andrew Zimmern eats penises--tell us something we didn't k ... More >>
Fourth of July it up! Getting ready for some sky rockets in flight? So are we, there's Jell-O to be molded, flag cakes to be Cool Whipped, and watermelons that need to be halved and jagged around their edges. But before we get to that we want to make sure you didn't miss some of the great st ... More >>
Winter can be fun--it's all a matter of perspective.
Both men famous for Wild antics
Spring has sprung, and we've got a new record on our hands.
The Juno screenwriter makes a triumphant return to her sugar daddy.
The I-35W Bridge Collapse Exposes Dangerous Deficiencies in the Nation's Transportation Infrastructure.
If you happened to catch the CNN-YouTube Democratic debate last week—and with Minnesota's caucuses more than six months away, who didn't?—you may have noticed one of the video questions from a somewhat excitable Minneapolis man named Marcus Benson, who asked if the candidates would raise ... More >>
Veteran journalist Matt Smith will be the new managing editor at City Pages, Village Voice Media announced today. He replaces Michael Tortorello, who is resigning to pursue other interests.
The City of St. Paul is facing a projected $15.8 million budget shortfall for 2008. Solving the fiscal puzzle will not be easy.
Boss Kelly's budget smacks of election-year politics