A commercial building made out of shipping crates is proposed for the North Loop and will be considered by the Minneapolis Planning Commission Committee of the Whole on March 27.SEE ALSO: The Uptown bro-plexesThe project, located at the intersection of North 4th Street and 5th Avenue North, is the w ... More >>
The Laura Brod boudoir photo was taken on August 19, 2008, at 12:40 a.m., according to an analysis of the picture's metadata by City Pages.The new analysis was made possible by a confidential source who provided a copy of the original photo to City Pages -- previously, the image was available only i ... More >>
:::: UPDATE :::: Vikings unveil stadium design: Top 10 tweets Following months of speculation, the Metrodome's $975 million replacement got its big reveal in a special ceremony at the Guthrie Theater on Monday night.In front of a crowd that included Governor Mark Dayton (wearing a Vikes-appropriate ... More >>
"Well, it's nice to meet you all! It's my first show ever in Minneapolis, and I'm thrilled you're all here," announced a beaming Lianne La Havas three songs into her set last night at the Varsity Theater. "I have a question for you all, and I think I already know the answer to this, but I'm gonna as ... More >>
The Wedge Co-op recently held its first bargaining session with union officials representing the co-op's warehouse employees, and both sides are optimistic about negotiations. Wedge members rebelled in April after City Pages reported that the co-op had hired "anti-union" law firm Seaton Peters & ... More >>
The Wedge Co-op has dropped Seaton, Peters & Revnew as its law firm for labor negotiations with newly unionized warehouse workers following critical feedback from members. Wedge board president Sarah Wovcha says she received numerous emails from members about the law firm's perceived "anti-unio ... More >>
The Wedge Co-op has hired an anti-union law firm to handle labor negotiations with its newly unionized warehouse employees, a labor organizer says. Wedge spokeswoman Elizabeth Archerd confirms the co-op has hired Seaton, Peters & Revnew to "advise on the legalities of contract negotiations," th ... More >>
Related:River's Edge Music Festival 2012 at Harriet Island lineupSoundset 2012 lineup announced, includes Big K.R.I.T.Slideshow: Skrillex at Skyway TheatreU2 at TCF Bank Stadium, 7/23/11 The inaugural running of the River's Edge Music Festival will bring Tool, Dave Matthews Band, Diplo, the Flaming ... More >>
What exactly does a management consultant do?This is the driving question behind the new Showtime original television series Hou$e of Lie$, a dramedy about a team of management consultants taking on high-powered executives and duping them into paying millions for a service they never asked for. T ... More >>
SEIU protested political contributions, anti-immigrant politics at Wells Fargo.SEIU Local 26 led a protest at Wells Fargo Saturday afternoon demanding an end to Wells Fargo's support of private prison and anti-immigrant politicians. The event's organizers argue that Wells Fargo invites immigrant ... More >>
Pretty much everything about this summer's U2 show at TCF Bank was mammoth in scale -- that claw, that year-long wait when the show was delayed, that 60,000-person crowd -- and will go down as one of the largest tours to hit the Twin Cities this year. To help wrap our brains around just how monum ... More >>
The presale for Kanye West and Jay-Z's joint "Watch the Throne" tour was slated to begin at 10 a.m. in Minneapolis via concert promoters Live Nation. As the clock ticked to 10:01 a.m. today, many Twin Cities fans flooded to the Live Nation site, only to be greeted by a list of dates that doesn't ... More >>
Paul Mirengoff gets dressed down in public.Paul Mirengoff is a regular blogger at Minnesota's right-wing Power Line blog. He's also a partner at the law firm of Akin Gump, which has a robust American Indian law practice. And when Mirengoff used Power Line to trash the Yaqui prayer offed by Car ... More >>
Project Costs Millions, Tramples the Constitution, Treats Migrants Like Cattle, and Doesn't Work
U2's entire US tour, including their stop in Minneapolis at the TCF Bank Stadium on June 27, is being postponed until 2011 due to Bono's recent back injury. Bono was discharged from a hospital in Munich today after undergoing emergency back surgery last Friday, and will be entering a rehabilitati ... More >>
Caribou Coffee's new logo looks less like a caribou than one of the strangest looking animals on the planet.
Hormel's funny, polished new ads are totally Super Bowl worthy. And Pepperoni Minis? Maybe not so much.
Minneapolis business attorney Aaron Biber is due to be arraigned in Hennepin County court today on charges that he had sex with a 14-year-old boy.
The best of Britain's commercials screens again this year at the Walker.
Bono and the boys plan to bring some elevation to the new home of Gophers football.
Join the conversation with T.D. Mischke on today's 'In The Stream' live from 2 p.m.- 4p.m.
The Federal Elections Commission came back to Norm Coleman with two drafted opinions based on his inquiry about paying legal bills with campaign funds.
Is the original designer of the 35W bridge that collapsed into the Mississippi River in 2007 liable for the disaster?
Struggling daily cuts to the core business, which doesn't include targeted mailings.
Franken was back on the interview circuit, reporters start crunching FEC filing numbers, and another searchable absentee ballot database.
Lawyer seeks to uphold state constitution
The small Minneapolis start-up has become a certified nationwide blockbuster. Can it survive success?
Pilots worry MAIR will go back on its deal not to pit other regional carriers against Minnesota pilots
Just two years ago, the Minneapolis Fire Department drew some criticism for selling advertising space on its trucks as a potential revenue generator. The criticism passed, but apparently the need for money didn't: The contract is likely to be renewed soon.
Scarborough Research, the leading market research firm for identifying shopping and lifestyle blah blah blah, just released the results of a recent survey on the nation's beer drinking habits. One juicy factoid that we'll use to prop up our reckless consumption is that beer drinkers tend to have hig ... More >>
Last week, President Bush nominated attorney Granta Nakayama to head the enforcement division of the Environmental Protection Agency. It was hardly a shock to learn that Nakayama's legal practice included defending companies accused of violating state and federal environmental law. But for some l ... More >>
MPLS [heart] Clear Channel: The semantics of ownership The most striking thing about Tuesday's debate over the future of the Hennepin theaters was that a majority of the Minneapolis City Council has no qualms about getting in bed with Clear Channel Entertainment. The second most striking thing was t ... More >>
Cracks in the Clear Channel Empire Media Giant Loses $90M in Chicago suit Hot on the heels of word that Clear Channel had posted a $4.7 billion loss for the 4th quarter of 2004 comes this news that the radio behemoth is facing additional expense: a Chicago jury has awarded another $90 million ... More >>
How a Minneapolis consulting trio discovered the "iconogasm," and other tales from the trendspotting business.
Table for Two at the Tower of Babel: In print and radio ads, Leeann Chin's "Yeung Chao" fried rice becomes a more Minnesotan "Young Jewel."
THE TAXPAYERS OF HENNEPIN COUNTY ARE SUING...