The folks over at the Bachelor Farmer have more big plans for Minneapolis's bustling North Loop neighborhood. Over six years into their successful restaurant venture, the Dayton brothers have decided it's time for an expansion. Andrew and Eric Dayton will move their clothing store, Askov Finlayson, ... More >>
That's gotta feel good. Last night, Jason DeRusha managed through Twitter to snag the attention of Pat Sajak, one of his idols while growing up.SEE ALSO: Jason DeRusha cover story spawns hilarious memes Although Sajak is quite active on social media, it's not everyday that the host of one ... More >>
It used to be that you needed to be invited to a special event to catch a glimpse of the private dining area upstairs. They are now beginning to open up the room for exclusive dinners like an upcoming event featuring Hank Shaw in honor of his new book, Duck, Duck, Goose.See Also:2013 Best Restaurant ... More >>
"I'll be there for you … and others in our census bracket"
This Thursday more than 180 restaurants around the Twin Cities will take part in a national fundraiser to help raise money and awareness for the fight against HIV/AIDS. Dining Out for Life is an annual event in which restaurants from across the country donate a portion of their evening's proceeds to ... More >>
Last week we told you that first-year Minneapolis restaurant the Bachelor Farmer, had made it onto Bon Appetit magazine's top 100 restaurants in America list, but now Minneapolis's favorite Scandinavian-themed restaurant has been upgraded. The Bachelor Farmer has made it onto Bon Appetit's Hot 10 li ... More >>
See also:The Bachelor Farmer adds brunch and Sunday SupperThe Bachelor Farmer: Best Restaurant (Minneapolis)Obama Motorcade goes to The Bachelor FarmerIt's been a year of toasts and stars for the Bachelor Farmer. The Dayton brother's restaurant has racked up accolades and fans in its first year like ... More >>
Related:Trampled by Turtles play "Alone" on LettermanPolica: Wandering star Channy Leaneagh finds her pathJust a day after Trampled by Turtles made their TV debut on Late Show With David Letterman, another Minnesota-bred act hit the national airwaves. Polica brought their multi-emotion, two-drum att ... More >>
Thursday on the George Lopez Tonight program, Prince announced via a phone call an imminent 21-date residency at the Forum arena in LA, starting next Thursday. Similar to his 'Welcome 2 America' New Jersey/New York mini-residency in December, the show will feature "a whole gang of special guests, ... More >>
Pawlenty told Stewart he's running for president of his youth soccer league, and he's all in favor of "iCollege"It was another day, another dodge on questions about his presidential aspirations when Gov. Tim Pawlenty made his much-ballyhooed first appearance on "The Daily Show" last night. " ... More >>
It was a mackeral battle between Saffron Chef Sameh Wadi and Iron Chef Morimoto.
Saffron's Sameh Wadi takes on Iron Chef Morimoto Jan. 24 at 8 p.m. Tune in!
The Body is everywhere these days, drumming up buzz for his new TV show, "Conspiracy Theory."
Did you know Bert and Ernie like anchovies on their pizza? And that Martha Stewart gets just as annoyed with Muppets as with real live people?
When talking about her fans: "Gay, straight, I'll take anybody at this point... hermaphrodites."
Starbucks pays big buckolas for hourly mention on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program.
Former American Idol contestant Jesse Langseth was arrested Friday in south Minneapolis. She had a warrant out for her arrest for driving on a suspended license.
It would probably end up better than most of the reality shows we accidentally waste our time watching. At least she's an elected official and supposed to be intelligent. Can't say so much for drunken fools on MTV.
A second Minneapolis designer, also employed b ... More >>
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