City of MinneapolisThe Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved R.T. Rybak's nomination of Velma Korbel for the city's new Civil Rights director this morning. Korbel is currently the Commissioner of the Minneapolis Minnesota Department of Human Rights. She is slated to start the new g ... More >>
The only late-night eatery in the area has come under criticism from pissed off neighbors who are fed up with the noise at all hours of the night.
Looks like proposed legislation to ban trans-fats in the cities won't pass this year. Guess we'll all just get to stay chubby as we shovel in ice cream to soothe our woes about the economy.
The sun is shining, the temperature is on the rise. And now that Minneapolis has rejected a proposed ban on outdoor couches, it's time to lug that nasty living room couch straight to your porch or backyard for some lounging in the sun.
It was ahead of its time, but now the nonprofit has a looming debt problem
In less than a year, Michael Jordan has dismantled the city agency responsible for upholding civil rights
John Delmonico defends those who serve and protect. Whether they deserve it or not.
Minneapolis has settled its lawsuits with Time Warner Cable. But the city may still be out to gut local cable-access programming.
Some highlights from the city elections that time (and voters) forgot
Revisiting the AIDS crisis with Angels in America; remembering Anne Frank as a universal optimist
A gloomy Tartuffe celebrates the end of sincerity; A Streetcar Named Desire sets off for the other side of the tracks
Thirty-four years ago, LeRoi Jones's Dutchman sent American race relations careening on a New York subway. Where's the end of the line?
Dancing in the Street: A rarely produced play by Lorraine Hansberry shows the small man behind the most principled activist in the world.
Love Makes You Twisted: The giddy cast of Lanford Wilson's Burn This.
Eyes Wide Shut: Post-feminist women Quimby Lombardozzi and Noël Raymond blink into the gender abyss in John Patrick Shanley's Women of Manhattan.