St. Paul's premier gastropub is getting ready to host one of the hottest and coldest events we've seen so far this winter. Tomorrow, the Happy Gnome will convert its beloved patio into a full-on ice bar to help locals and out-of-towners alike celebrate Red Bull's Crashed Ice. See also: Happy Gn ... More >>
The U.S. Olympic Committee announced the team for this year's winter Olympics yesterday, and it's a doozy: 230 members, the most for any nation in the history of the winter games.The country is amping up for international competition, sure. But the team list also sparks some rivalry between states, ... More >>
There have been two significant racial incidents at metro schools already this year. In January, racial tensions at Minneapolis's Washburn High School were stoked after a black doll was found hanging from a noose in a school stairwell. Then, the following month, tensions between African-American and ... More >>
We've finally found it -- the quintessentially Wisconsin story.SEE ALSO: 350-pound Wisconsin man picketing restaurant after he's cut off during all-you-can-eat fish fry In a nutshell, the Italian sausage that races other sausages during Milwaukee Brewers' games has gone missing after a night of barh ... More >>
Tiger Woods is reportedly dating Minnesota's sexiest athlete -- St. Paul native Lindsey Vonn.SEE ALSO:-- Lindsey Vonn is the most-searched Olympian of all time... of course she is [PHOTOS] -- Minneapolis woman claims Tiger Woods hurt knee in Navy SEAL urban warfare simulator We're not sure why Linds ... More >>
Trevor "Trouble" Andrew lives a life at 31 most guys would envy at any age: He's a professional snowboarder turned musician who now finds himself on tour with Yelawolf, and he gets to design products for cool lifestyle companies like Native Shoes, Yes and Analog. Oh, and did we mention Andrew's a ... More >>
George Eastman HouseOm rings in the New Year with contortionists. Roll into 2011 in style--poppin' bubbly with the Saints on an ice dragon luge. We've got all that and more this Week in Food. Monday 12/27 Before you pack up the tree and tinsel, take some time out for a spot of holiday tea. The ... More >>
Eric MelzerBonczyk left the Twin Cities years ago to snowboard on the West Coast. Bryant-Lake Bowl has a new chef, and he's bringing new boutique burgers to the menu this week. Jeremy Bonczyk comes fresh off of opening Nana, an organic restaurant in Chicago near the White Sox stadium. He said we ... More >>
One man's vision of (twisted) Olympic grandeur. Reader submissions encouraged.
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The Rochester native was a member of two Olympics hockey teams and is one of the name architects of this year's squad.
Enjoy this video tutorial detailing the secrets of the mysterious Olympic sport. Shot locally at the largest Curling Club in the country.
Officials shortened the track after the training-run death of Nodar Kumaritashvili, and that the abbreviated run didn't suit his strengths.
This ought to silence those Germans who whined about her weight.
Maybe phone numbers and waxing tips will be exchanged.
Rap just spent the length of a Presidential term pretending Shani Davis doesn't exist.
U.S. women's curling team hopes to win big in Vancouver
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The eclectic festival brought in fans and musicians from all over the world.
Thursday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
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Putting Minnesota on the map with a national title was the easy part. For the Gopher women's hockey team, sustaining that reputation is the challenge.
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Twenty-five years after the passage of Title IX, a Supreme Court decision may have finally convinced the University of Minnesota to beef up its women's athletic program.