See Also:Neighborhood rallies around Kyle's Market and Calhoun Pet Supply owner after racist vandalismSince someone smashed the windows of Kyle's Market and Calhoun Pet Supply in the early morning of June 12, the owner of both shops, Fuliang Zhou, who goes by Joe, has been on edge, waiting for polic ... More >>
Carol Isaak found comfort in what she took to be a sign from above that everything will be alright. The administrator of the Potato Association of America isn't so sure.Newport resident Isaak, 67, cracked open a bag of ripple-style Clancy's chips the night before Easter. She had just gotten her snac ... More >>
The recipe-swap, dinner-inspiration, and food-porn website Tablespoon, recently announced nominees for the Munchies, their first ever People's Choice-style food and restaurant awards. They're judged by an expert panel that includes hometown star Andrew Zimmern, and the nominees include well-kn ... More >>
Former Twins centerfielder Torii Hunter learned the hard way last night that his home security system works really well. Hunter, who now plays for the Angels, started tweeting about a not-so-friendly run in with Newport police around 5:20. According to Hunter, he accidentally set off his alarm w ... More >>
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Those of you who didn't get a chance to see St. Vincent's entrancing sold-out performances at the Walker in October (and even those of you who did) now have another opportunity to see Annie Clark and company bring the songs of Strange Mercy to life, as St. Vincent have just announced a stop a ... More >>
Blue Plate's Lowry and the Bachelor Farmer were this month's big openings.NOW OPEN The Public House (former N. Washington Cafe) Amsterdam (former Pop! St. Paul) Adagio Cafe and Espresso (former Dragonfly) Urban Bean II (former Muddy Waters) Bachelor Farmer (Dayton bros.) The Lowry (Blue Plate ... More >>
Tinucci's Newport location is still open. Tinucci's, the restaurant famously trashed by former Viking Randy Moss, has decided to close its Woodbury location. The South Washington County Bulletin talked to owner Greg Tinucci, who said the reason behind the closure was not for lack of busines ... More >>
Photo by Dan MonickWith their seventh full-length album, The Family Sign, due out April 12, Atmosphere have announced a 21-date 'Family Tour' that will kick off April 20 in Colombus. The tour doesn't include any local dates just yet (the group will complete their five-date loop of the outer areas ... More >>
Were Moss's criticisms legit? We ate at Tinucci's to find out.Even though Randy Moss doesn't make his living as a food critic, he might be the harshest one in town. "I wouldn't feed this [expletive] to my [expletive] dog," he famously said of the food that Tinucci's restaurant provided after ... More >>
Moss's antics lead to...a free buffet!When an athlete acts like an asshat, the best thing a 52-year-old business can do about it is generate a little publicity. That's what Tinucci's Restaurant in Newport (396 21st St., 651.459.3211) plans to do in response to Randy Moss's recent diss of the ... More >>
"I wouldn't feed this to my [expletive] dog!"Randy Moss may have done a lot--a lot--of assholey things in his football career-- bumping a traffic cop with his car, leaving the field before the end of the game, and pretending to moon Green Bay fans (well, OK, that was just funny)--but Moss's m ... More >>
All photos courtesy AlKooper.comINTERVIEW BY RICK MASONKeyboardist, guitarist, songwriter and producer Al Kooper's uncanny presence and participation in landmark musical events over the past half-century have made him the rock equivalent of Forrest Gump or Zelig. His long association with Bob Dyl ... More >>
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