The new endeavor from French Meadow hides behind its greatest draw: A responsibly sourced menu
You expect to find hipsters, artists, students, and all sorts of interesting folks up in Northeast... but Nazis?:::: UPDATES ::::-- Northeast Nazi's neighbor has a big sign outside his house that says, "FUCK" [PHOTO]-- Northeast Nazi: Top 10 tweets According to a fascinating report by the Associated ... More >>
More details have emerged about the 12-year-old student who scared the bejesus out of Minnesota with a hoax call last month in which he reported that an AK-toting gunman had injured two people and was still on the loose in a New Prague middle school.THE BACKSTORY: Report of shooting at New Prague Mi ... More >>
A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
We distill what local watering holes serve up the best Scotch, gin, tequila, vodka, and more
Former Minnesota Congressman Vin Weber has had quite the career as a "revolving-door" D.C. lobbyist. But as one of Mitt Romney senior foreign-policy advisers, he's now under scrutiny for being a registered lobbyist for the European Centre for a Modern Ukraine.The ECFMU was founded in January by a se ... More >>
See Also: Slideshow: Neil Diamond at Xcel Energy CenterNeil DiamondXcel Energy Center, St. PaulWednesday, July 11, 2012With the spate of festival and concert cancellations announced over the last few days (even you, Hoobastank?!), it certainly was nice to have a sure thing to depend on Wednesday nig ... More >>
Headshot, Unforgivable, Natural Selection, and more
Being the tallest man in America isn't as fun as you might imagine.'If I were that tall,' you might be thinking, 'I'd surely make a fortune playing basketball.' But it's impossible to play basketball when your feet, clad with ill-fitting shoes, are unable to support 7'8" worth of girth.That's the ... More >>
Michele Bachmann: Hot?Michele Bachmann was named the 50th hottest woman in politics by Complex magazine yesterday, joining a distinguished class of objectified politicians from around the globe. Sexist though the magazine's list is, Complex tries its best to offer salient political commentar ... More >>
I just watched seven minutes and 52 seconds of American Idol. By my count, that's 472 seconds I'll never get back. Your turn.
Can American beer drinkers best the Germans? Wonder how your beer consumption compares to those of your counterparts in Belgium or Burkina Faso? The World Heath Organization recently released its comprehensive Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health (2011), which revealed some interesting ... More >>
Protesters called out the FBI yesterday for its investigation into local anti-war groups.More than 100 people swarmed the sidewalk in front of the Federal Building in Minneapolis Tuesday evening to protest the grand jury investigation into local anti-war groups. Waving signs that read "Opposing ... More >>
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Our Russian guy: Jacob Tselniker of Continental Liquors It is said that the Russian word for water--voda--is the root of the word vodka, so this tells you a little about how Russians feel about the stuff. Russia vodka production is said to date back to somewhere between the 9th and 12th cent ... More >>
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The Wolves lose 92-90. They tried real, real hard though.
When President Obama spoke at the Target Center in Minneapolis Saturday, one supporter in the crowd got one heck of a shoutout. So who is this guy?
The True Hollywood Story of A Band Apart Co-Founder Michael Bodnarchek
Reaching Arms International claimed to specialize in placing European orphans. But prospective parents say they've been left heartbroken.
Meet the Iraqi Angelino and observant Jew who returned to 19th-Century Ukraine by way of Australia
Where can a good comrade go to find caviar in a one-pound tub?
Martinis for purists and lovers of fruity mixed drinks alike
Vladimir Dikarev and Natasha Dikareva reach back and find beauty
A disquisition on horripilation, cutis anserine, gooseflesh, and goose bumps
Does a supercharged Chinese economy make drainpipes disappear?
Gogol Bordello, Peaches, and Neung Phak show us their good stuff
10K things spins 'Carousel'; MJTC resurrects grandma
Jonathan Safran Foer's comic road novel careens across the literary landscape
Simon Norfolk talks about genocide, landscape, and beauty
Twin Citizens go for the gusto--any way we can
Even in the Giuliani era, the New York Film Festival brings the beautiful and the blasphemous to American shores
Contemplating the last child
How to answer God's call to feed the world's starving children? Richard Proudfit couldn't figure it out. Then Y2K answered his prayers.
Keeping the Faith: A Hasidic boy recites his prayers in A Life Apart: Hasidism in America.
Margarita Tolchinskaya left behind a budding professional career and a ravaged homeland when she emigrated from the former Soviet Union to join her brother in St. Paul. Three years later, she wound up dead in the back room of the family laundry where she