As both leaves and temperatures start to fall, there's another noticeable change that comes about with the turning of the seasons: fewer food trucks on the road. This year, some will brave the cold, some will hibernate for winter, and others will choose to limit their appearances to certain events. ... More >>
If there are two things Minneapolis can't get enough of, it's block parties in the summer and breweries, well, really anytime. It only makes sense to pair the two, and that's just what Social Cider Werks is doing with the NE Brewer's Block Party this Sunday, July 27. See also: Bauhaus Brew Labs is ... More >>
The world of cuisine has a few truly sure-fire pairings: Cabernet and filet mignon, caviar and champagne, dishes and beverages with histories so thoroughly intertwined that they've become soul mates. But there is only one true pairing, and it knows no class or caste -- the people's champ, if you wil ... More >>
As the craft beer boom continues to widen the availability of premium suds, the festivals continue to grown and change. Beer geeks can find plenty to get excited about at this weekend's second annual Spring Ale Fest, held at Uppercut Gym in northeast Minneapolis. We spoke with event organizer Connor ... More >>
Now that its Wall's End Brown is pouring at Grumpy's in Northeast and their license has officially been approved by the Minneapolis City Council, Northgate Brewing is looking toward a promising future. The Northeast Minneapolis brewery is preparing to release its first round of seasonal be ... More >>
With Dangerous Man opening to the public last week and another new brewery, Northgate Brewing, set to launch very soon, it seems like northeast Minneapolis has taken its place as the latest hot beer neighborhood. So it's only appropriate that a Northeast bar will be the site of the unveiling of the ... More >>
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The likely demolition of over 700 public housing units in north Minneapolis will scatter people who live there and open up 73 acres of prime real estate at downtown's edge. Is it a matter of civic renewal or a land grab?