I don't know about you, but usually the first thing I say in the morning is some inflection of the word "fuck."
A booya enthusiastThe Highland Park Pavilion booya kettles will be roiling this Saturday night. Sunday morning families will begin lining up with pots, kettles, coolers, and Tupperware ready to fill up on the annual special stew. Part of the beauty of the Booya isn't so much the flavor--although ... More >>
A review of this and other gems from Community Education
Friz Freleng, Warner BrothersGet. In. Mah. Belly. From rabbit to curry to cupcakes, you're sure to find something to eat this Week in Food. Monday 11/8 Throw that wascally wabbit in the soup pot! Learn how to cook rabbit and other French-inspired dishes at Cooks of Crocus Hill in St. Paul. It ... More >>
Who wouldn't like a MEAT-ing?They all laughed when Man Cave hit the scene last year, offering men the chance to experience a MEATing, the grill-happy version of a Tupperware party. In May 2009, Nick Beste started the operation in NE Minneapolis, hosting parties featuring products for the macho an ... More >>
In search of the best meal on wheels
A penetrating chapter from former Phoenix New Times investigative reporter Terry Green Sterling's book: ILLEGAL: Life and Death in Arizona's Immigration War Zone
Read a penetrating chapter from former Phoenix New Times investigative reporter Terry Greene Sterling's book: 'ILLEGAL: Life and Death in Arizona's Immigration War Zone'
To survive the ordeal of escaping Guatemala, Julia needed a big Heart. But not this big.
The latest, greatest success from the Twin Cities returns to the wellspring of its creativity
Laura's Candy leads the world in the field of s'mores excellence, all from one kid-oriented home in southern Minnesota
Seven Minnesota authors pen poison Valentines to the place we call home
True tales of debauchery, rage, and revenge from six veterans of the pie-delivery trade
Young yahoos find college Republicans too liberal
Finger Eleven: "One Thing"
Michael Haneke's new film is noble--and that's a good thing
Diablo Cody--stripper, blogger, and "Pussy Ranch" cowpunk--takes a weird ride into the land of the brides
Audiences chew on a film-fest twofer: Central Standard's indie films and Sound Unseen's musical movies
Retail ethnographers hunt the wily and elusive two-fisted, tight-walleted shopper
When Sara Jane Olson goes to court in coming weeks, a Los Angeles jury will be asked to pass judgment on the most divisive time in recent American history.
I went to CMJ Music Marathon 2000 and all I got was this lousy tote bag
Our campuses, ourselves: That's entertainment!
Probing the nation's hidden sexual habits, The Lifestyle discovers an old swing set in every back yard
Helpful hints to make your Y2K run more smoothly
At Memorial Cemetery in Roseville, sentiment rules
An experiment in communion through cooking
The life and times of blue-collar millionaire.