A quick listen to Plymouth-based Flora Cash's sepia-toned folk makes them seem like passionate souls. Unfortunately, that passion led to an ill-informed decision on singer/guitarist Cole Randall's part. According to the lengthy confession and apology he posted in letter form Monday, his choice to et ... More >>
With locations in Eagan, Eden Prairie, Maplewood, Plymouth, and Gull Lake, Jake's City Grille knows what its customers love. But how do they transfer their casual neighborhood hangout vibe to the downtown city sidewalks? We stopped by the new food truck Jake's Street Grille for a little downtown Min ... More >>
Mpls/St. Paul Magazine's Restaurant Week 2013 Through March 1 $10-$20 lunches, $15-$30 dinners You only have a few days left to take advantage of Mpls/St. Paul Magazine's Restaurant Week, which continues through Friday. Over 50 restaurants are whipping up menus in the $10 to $30 range for lunch and ... More >>
Bradstreet Craftshouse601 First Ave. N., Minneapolis612.312.1821; websiteHours & details:Cocktails:Tuesday-Friday 5-7 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday 11 p.m.-closeFood:Tuesday-Friday 5-7 p.m.Tuesday-Thursday 11 p.m.-12 a.m.Bradstreet Craftshouse is known for its artisan cocktails. We stopped by rece ... More >>
Inspired by the create-your-own focus of the ubiquitous salad bar, and following the popularity of frozen yogurt chains like Pinkberry (will we ever get one?), Red Mango, and Tasti D-Lite, John Mallon and his business partner Randy Carmody opened Freeziac, a self-service frozen yogurt shop that f ... More >>
Select Comfort pulls the plug
Steven Jensen ripped off baseball fans.If you bought a "game-worn" jersey from Vintage Sports Authentics, odds are you didn't get what you paid for. Steven Jensen, co-CEO of Plymouth-based Vintage Sports, was busted in Chicago yesterday afternoon for selling fake game-worn jerseys to sports memo ... More >>
WikipediaThe Pillsbury A Mill today.Some people look at the Pillsbury A Mill building across the Mississippi from downtown Minneapolis and see a run-down heap of brick and stone. Developers look at it and see a cash cow. But the National Register of Historic Places looks at it sees one of Ameri ... More >>
Our mythical land of Norwegian bachelor farmers continues to change: The number of Hispanics in Minnesota shot up up 74.5 percent in the past decade. That may sound like some sort of a cultural sea change, but it's really not. The state, home to 5.3 million people now compared to 4.9 millio ... More >>
Watch out for those squad cars! Eight Minnesota State Troopers have been struck in winter-related accidents in the past three days because Minnesota drivers just aren't paying attention. The recent crashes bring the total number of troopers hit to 31 this winter. Last year at this time, 13 troo ... More >>
The two men are suspected in a string of suburban robberies.Two guys in ski masks ran into an InterBank branch in Roseville on Wednesday morning. One of them whipped out a semi-automatic handgun, pointed it at an employee, and demanded she open the safe. "No funny money," one of the two men ... More >>
Nick VlcekSzechuan at Tian Jin: Worth a trip to the suburbs.This week's Dish features Travail Kitchen and Amusements, whose unique, gourmet gastropub fare makes it worth the drive to Robbinsdale from elsewhere in the metro. If you live in Minneapolis or St. Paul, here are four more foodstuf ... More >>
www.unclefrankys.comNo more Uncle Franky's hot dogs in Dinkytown.Sad but true: Uncle Franky's Dinkytown location closed a couple of weeks ago (HT, Aaron). But don't fret. A call to Uncle Franky's--the 2007 Best Hot Dog winner--confirmed that their Northeast and Plymouth locations are still op ... More >>
Indian food: much needed in UptownOne of Minneapolis's Top 5 most cursed restaurant locations is making a comeback: 1221 W. Lake Street, the former home of Indio, will soon become Darbar India Grill. The Strib reports that owner Diljit Singh--who already owns four India Palace restaurants in ... More >>
Michelle LeonClassic MartiniWant to learn how to make classic cocktails like those that the philandering, cigarette smoking, deceptive characters on Mad Men swill? As the AMC series starts its fourth season Sunday, the period piece set in the '60s reflects a time when it was okay to have a bar in ... More >>
Shawn Godfrey is on the hook for 10 counts of child porn-related charges.Shawn Godfrey, a 26-year-old daycare worker from Plymouth, was charged with 10 counts of possession and distribution of child pornography earlier this week after an investigation led police to more than 170 videos hoarde ... More >>
Joshua James WalkerJoshua James Walker, a 34-year-old Shakopee man with a rap sheet stretching back a dozen years, has been identified as the guy who stole a car yesterday in Plymouth, stabbed 30-year-old Asia King to death in Shakopee, and then was shot dead by cops in a ditch on Highway 169 ... More >>
That's the third highest amount spent by any member of the House of Representatives last year.
Wash down your fancy wine and cheese with a PBR at tonight's wine tasting at the Eagles Club.
French director is known as forefather of French New Wave cinema
On Dec. 3, Hecker crashed his SUV into a pole near his home in Plymouth.
These rustlers patronize in packs
Tuesday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
Monday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
Metro Transit is doing their part to get the inebriated fools home safely tonight after their evenings of green beer and Guiness.
No, not your living room. We're talking sports bars, with cheap beer and giant HD TVs!
A search for the Cities' best franks
Tea House, a(nother) new Sichuan restaurant in St. Paul, has juicy buns and spice to burn
The Soap Factory's Art Shanty Projects turn life on the frozen lake into a work of art
In which Dara discovers a gem in the bottom of the mailbag
Will "crossroads cuisine" reinvent both St. Louis Park and the Brazilian barbecue?
'The Beautiful and the Damned' meets 'The Naked and the Dead'
Think you can get away with drinking and driving? So did I.
In which the author struggles to escape the psychological shackles of a self-help seminar
Twin Cities inventors end-run the board-game industry
Plymouth Music Series' Phillip Brunelle