The road-trip drama travels through another side of America
Yesterday, janitors who clean Target stores announced a two-day strike motivated by what they regard as inadequate pay and benefits, especially in comparison with what janitors who clean Target's corporate headquarters receive.SEE ALSO: Black Friday strike at St. Paul Walmart: "If I lose my job it d ... More >>
Mistress Bardot and friends take us on an erotic tour
For National Hamburger Month: A taste test of non-beef burgers at Hell's Kitchen and Uncle Frankie'sTo celebrate Hamburger Month, the Hot Dish has been sampling various burgers around Minneapolis. We've tested black bean burgers on the West Bank and veggie burgers on Lyndale Avenue. In this ... More >>
at the Brave New Workshop
The way his two accused teenage killers tell the story to police, James Teto Grant went to Theodore Wirth Park on July 10 of his own free will to be initiated into a gang. When he got there, he was instead beaten to death with a shovel. One of his legs was tied to a stolen car battery and he ... More >>
James Teto Grant, the 17-year-old whose body was found in Bassett Creek a few weeks ago by some families out for a kayak, was beaten to death and then dumped in the creek with his leg tied to a battery to hold him underwater. Golden Valley Police have now pinned murder charges on another teen ... More >>
Jordan Kavoosi built an empire of fake term papers. Now the writers want their cut.
courtesy of Dawn Drouillardâ€‹ Dawn Droulliard, chef and owner of Fabulous Catering, is not your average chef. Formerly a singer in the bands Interstate Judy and That's What You Get, Droulliard has a rocking style that has translated itself into her kitchen.After moving to the Twin Cities in 1991, D ... More >>
rob barrettThere are no mango trees in Minnesota. While that hasn't stopped me from trying or from buying bargain palm trees at Home Depot, we Minnesotans love our tropical fruit in our arctic climate. Recently some have asked me to do a video on how to peel these slippery little buggers. Aft ... More >>
It's one of three projects around the world this year to receive Tony Hawk Foundation's maximum grant of $25,000.
Kieran Folliard's latest St. Louis Park pub is a beaut!
One sweet reminder for mankind
Here's your chance to crush a Cub Scout with your fast miniature car.
It was ahead of its time, but now the nonprofit has a looming debt problem
Manny's Steakhouse, the second of our most essential Minnesota restaurants, is prosperity incarnate
A noose at a local college brings the Jena 6 controversy home
Businesses around the 35W bridge site may not survive to see a new span
A once-local author talks about the perils of big-box retailers
Meet the Handsome Family: The story of the band that forgot time
What kind of woman takes a shine to cleaning the crap off your shoes?
The sort-of true story of a Minneapolis man who made his mom into a movie, plus two local trailers, and 36 reviews from around the globe
With nothing in common but uncommonly good food, two far-flung wonders are revealed
'Tarnation' director Jonathan Caouette makes a mix tape of his life
Sweeps madness, and a husband's thoughtful gesture
A series of artist showdowns paints an unflattering portrait of the diStilo Gallery
Two shows at the Soap Factory examine the rough magic of mechanical imagery
Ruby Myhre was 14 when she had her first baby, and 17 when she first used heroin. Now, at 23, she wants a chance to mix sobriety and motherhood.
The city and neighborhood activists fight over a blighted corner in St. Paul
A new brand of travel writer savors foie gras, catnaps, and voluptuous idle living for the rest of us
Car chases, cell phones, and a smelly Super Soaker: This is not your father's picket line
Helpful hints to make your Y2K run more smoothly
Ameriquest Mortgage Company loans can look like lifesavers for low-income borrowers--until they read the fine print