Dumplings know no borders. These soft, doughy balls of goodness pop up across almost all cuisines in various guises -- from pierogi in Poland to ravioli in Italy -- all colossally comforting no matter the form or the filling. Maybe it's the rare thing we can agree upon: No matter how down and out ... More >>
Here's another reason to celebrate Minnesota's beer scene. Earlier this month, Badger Hill Brewing Company won two awards at the annual US Open Beer Championships in Atlanta. Its MSB (Minnesota Special Bitter) took the gold for the Extra Special Bitter category, and the High Road Everyday Ale won a ... More >>
The Black Keys have just unveiled extensive plans for a 2014 world tour that stretches for most of the rest of this year. The dates are in support of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney's forthcoming eighth album, Turn Blue.Ever-changing, the Keys are toying with psychedelic rock on their newest single, ... More >>
Mario Pierzchalski, the owner of Gasthof Zur Gemütlichkeit, has issued an apology letter to the community for the Nazi-themed dinner held at his restaurant on Martin Luther King Day. Pierchalski posted the letter in the comments section of City Pages' initial post about the dinner. The letter was ... More >>
Bon Iver have been on quite a never-ending trek since they played the Orpheum Theatre back in September. And Justin Vernon and company are definitely a different band now -- at least in terms of public perception and recognition. Long-time supporters won't be surprised that their Grammy-winning mate ... More >>
As the holidays bring about good times between families and long lost friends, drummer and electronic musician Martin Dosh is busier than ever preparing for his annual year-end show to the Cedar Cultural Center.
Photos by Steve CohenDeVotchKaApril 1, 2011First Avenue, MinneapolisThe sold-out crowd that showed up for Denver gypsy-rock stalwarts DeVotchKa's latest Minneapolis concert were more than enthusiastic in their appreciation. They were unafraid to show the band they'd waited for them like a smitten ... More >>
Uptown Theatre, Friday and Saturday at midnight
17th-century drama full of powerful acting
What's left after the movie attains cult status? "Two Gentlemen of Lebowski," written in The Bard's English.
Matt Drudge seems to think Minnesota's impending blizzard will debunk Al Gore.
Sometimes reading is cool, kiddos. Check out the complete schedule for Saturday's free book extravaganza.
Be inspired by everything from an anime festival to a film noir microcinema
Wear your nice shoes to this show. They're going to get a lot of attention.
Sabina Zimering and Lucy Smith, both live in Minnesota today. We thought it was appropriate to pass along their stories on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Half of American adults still believe Iraq had WMDs, Orlando bans the feeding of the homeless in downtown parks, the definitive study on why poor smokers die younger than rich non-smokers, what happens when you scare an owl, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Wal-Mart sues logo parodists, ACLU sues the Air Force Reserves, W to get an upgraded Marine One, maps of religion in America, the Al Gore/global warming documentary, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Free rides from the police, asteroid samples, humorous domain names, a cinematic cock and bull story, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
'Route 181' draws the line between human trauma and resilience
It's expats gone wild in the old eastern bloc
A new show at the MIA makes art feel like torture
This harrowing outdoor drama is no Shakespeare in the park
America is no place for the old. Then there's Mexico.
Saint Agnes, a St. Paul bakery with a charismatic head baker, rises
Uzbek beauties! Swedish peaceniks! Iranian mummies! A guide to the high-wire act otherwise known as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival.
The Clinton-sanctioned expansion of NATO stands to cost U.S. taxpayers something over $30 billion--and this to repel a tattered Russian army