"I'll be there for you … and others in our census bracket"
Dr. Carl Elliott, a bioethics professor at the University of Minnesota, has found himself caught in the middle of a fight between a controversial stem-cell company executive and Slate magazine. Elliott wrote a commentary for Slate called "The Celltex Affair." The subject of the article was Glen ... More >>
It seems like there's another "city superlative list" every week (the latest making the odd claim that we're the "13th most lesbianish"), so we decided to try to put them all together into one comparative infographic.These studies are popular with readers, hence their proliferation. Many of the ... More >>
The Metrodome roof collapsed early in the morning Dec. 12.The same day that it released new video showing how the Metrodome's roof collapsed in the first place, the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission has voted to replace the 10-acre roof rather than make repairs. They're following th ... More >>
Worth repairing?Snowmageddon collapsed the Metrodome, and now the deadly cold weather of late is stymieing an effort to assess the damage and get a plan in place for having it shipshape for the Vikings this fall. There's a chance that it may not be ready for preseason football on time. The compa ... More >>
The first disaster was the hurricane. The second was the federal government's response.
Underground movies and rebel music hook up in the Sound Unseen Festival