Earlier this month, R.T. Rybak traveled to Chicago to unveil the "Marry Me in Minneapolis" campaign.SEE ALSO: Half of Minnesota's first same-sex divorce shares her story "I hope the day comes very soon that all Illinoisans can marry the person that they love, and I strongly encourage the legislature ... More >>
When Mayor R.T. Rybak officiated 46 same-sex weddings in the early morning of Aug. 1 -- the day same-sex marriage became legal in Minnesota -- the ceremonies took place at his stomping grounds, Minneapolis City Hall.But now, Rybak is taking his support for gay marriage on the road. This morning, he ... More >>
Chris Kluwe's NFL career didn't end when he was released by the Minnesota Vikings.SEE ALSO: New Vikings punter Jeff Locke gave Chris Kluwe props for helping defeat marriage amendment Kluwe, 31, has inked a one-year deal to become the Oakland Raiders' punter. He'll be taking a pay cut -- his contract ... More >>
On Monday, the Minnesota Vikings officially confirmed they were releasing Chris Kluwe, the team's veteran punter and one of the NFL's most outspoken advocates for gay rights. The announcement came as no surprise to most; the writing has been on the wall since the Vikings picked up recent UCLA grad ... More >>
On Saturday, the Vikings became the first team to select a punter during the 2013 draft, taking UCLA's Jeff Locke during the fifth round.SEE ALSO: Chris Kluwe is Salon's Sexiest Man of 2012 Unfortunately, the Purple's use of a draft pick for arguably the best punter available probably signals the en ... More >>
The Williams Institute, a think tank at UCLA's law school, is trying to quantify the impact of same-sex marriage in terms that everyone can understand: Money. According to the institute's latest study, a marriage equality law would give Minnesota's economy a lift to the tune of $45 million in the fi ... More >>
As a marriage equality bill awaits a vote on the floor of the House and Senate, a new study from the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law and Public Policy at UCLA School of Law concludes that support for gay marriage in Minnesota is weaker than you might think.SEE ALSO: ... More >>
Tubby Smith's had no stronger supporter in the Twin Cities news media than the venerable Sid Hartman.SEE ALSO:-- Tubby Smith's camp "furious" after coach first learns of U of M firing from news reports-- Sid Hartman interviews Tyus Jones with recorder that might've been Fred Flinstone's [PHOTO] The ... More >>
One NCAA tournament win apparently wasn't enough to save Tubby Smith's job.SEE ALSO: Tubby Smith busts all sorts of dance moves following Gophers' season-saving win [VIDEO] Late this morning, CBS's Jeff Goodman reported that one day after losing in the round of 32 to Florida, Tubby has been fired. D ... More >>
After a disappointing collapse from eighth in the country in January to ninth in the Big Ten Tournament in March, Tubby Smith doesn't have many supporters left.THE BEST OF TIMES: Rodney Williams Jr.'s insane block seals Gophers' upset win over #1 Indiana [VIDEO] There's Sid Hartman. And believe it o ... More >>
If a new Lumosity study can be believed, Macalester students aren't just the smartest in the state -- they're some of the smartest in the country.SEE ALSO: Macalester is LGBT friendly after all, says Campus Pride Index Unsatisfied with college rankings that only consider "resources" -- for example, ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- Chris Kluwe to Deadspin: The Vikings don't suck, you do-- Chris Kluwe coins "turdsloth" while defending Crossfit on Gawker-- Chris Kluwe blasts Saints for Bountygate scandal [Q&A]Same-sex marriage may be a polarizing issue both here in Minnesota and nationally, but Vikings punter and ... More >>
Childish GambinoEpic Nightclub, MinneapolisMay 10, 2012Donald Glover is clearly a trained performer, holding the titles comedian, actor and rapper under his belt. Last night he came as the latter, playing to a packed house that seemed to know his every word and hang on every movement the man mad ... More >>
The person wearing this shirt is now 50 percent more gay.Minneapolist-St. Paul might rate as the gayest metro area in the country in acceptance and lifestyle, but that doesn't mean much if there aren't actually gay couples enjoying the gay-friendliness. Turns out, there are. Minnesota's number of ... More >>
Is laughter really the best medicine?
urbanfoodie33Another reason to love bicycles.More good bike news: The University of Minnesota has been named the ninth most bicycle-friendly campus in the United States by the American League of Bicyclists. And no, just because the Top 20 list is packed with California campuses, it doesn't ... More >>
Mr. Double-Double gets the shaft.
Today, amnesty is a dirty word. So what happened to the immigrants given a fresh start by Reagan in 1986?
Here's a top-10 of tweet madness from the guy Dan Patrick calls, "The Big Twitter."
The Wolves are almost unwatchable but March Madness is still the beer pong of basketball.
The Gopher's pedestrian finish didn't damn their NCAA hopes. Here's some initial analysis of the matchup. Get your bracketology on.
A glimpse of working-class Watts through the lens of Charles Burnett
Revered, rarely seen South Central-set 'Killer of Sheep' gets its theatrical due
Violin: Local music's killer app
Eight months ago, a man jumped from a Mall of America parking ramp. Medical examiners still don't know who he was.
'The Legend of Suriyothai' is an action epic of royal proportions
The life and times of Minneapolis's sexiest violinist
The issue of dirty pictures at the Minneapolis Public Library is indeed a federal case
Saving Grace and Luminarias don't exactly light up the joint
Minnesota's own Dr. Demento talks about corporate radio, the Meat Puppets, and 30 years of weird records
A treasure trove of antiquarian books, and the nun who keeps them from harm's way
Cruel Intentions consummates Hollywood's latest seduction of American youth
Dancing in the Street: A rarely produced play by Lorraine Hansberry shows the small man behind the most principled activist in the world.
How sports are wrecking schools.