Pizzeria Lola serves up a slice of class in south Minneapolis.
First-time restaurateurs Ann Kim and Conrad Leifur recently opened their pizza joint in the former Xerxes Market space, making 56th and Xerxes the hot new place to eat. PHOTOS BY EMILY UTNE
5557 Xerxes Ave. S.
M.anifest travels home to Ghana with local filmmaker Justin Schell to collaborate with his grandfather, poet J.H. Kwabena Nketia, as part of the forthcoming documentary We Rock Long Distance. Read our interview with M.anifest about his journey here. PHOTOS BY JUSTIN SCHELL.
Collector Jim Berkenstadt is so versed in rock history that the Beatles hired him to help piece together their story. Jim invited us into his home to look at some of his most valued treasures from over the years; read our interview with him here. PHOTOS BY NARAYAN MAHON.
Tom Petters has a way with four-letter words, as we discovered when the Minnesota office of the U.S. Department of Justice released audio files and transcripts of conversations recorded by a wire worn by Petters associate and whistleblower Deanna Coleman. Here cartoonist Ken Avidor graphically...
Wu-Tang Clan's "Rebirth Tour" (presented by the Coughee Brothaz North) took the Twin Cities by killa-bee storm Sunday night at Epic Nightclub. City Pages braved the crowds to get exclusive on-stage and backstage bonus shots. PHOTOS BY B FRESH PHOTOGRAPHY on 1/9/11
Coughee Brothaz North presented Wu Tang: The Rebirth Tour last night at Epic nightclub. Opening acts included The Coughee Brothaz North, Muja Messiah and Maria Isa, Meta, Johnny P, Drissola, Java-Starr, and Mod Sun. In between Wu Tang Clan's performances of classics, we caught the crowd rocking...
The RZA-less Wu Tang Clan wound down their reunion tour at Epic late last night with opening acts L.A.D., Coughee Brothaz, Muja Messiah & Maria Isa, and Meta. Review here. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on January 9, 2011.
The details of the 1800s antique bar and authentic vintage signs may catch your gaze, but go further and you'll find extensive taps on home brewed beers. Town Hall Tap cycles through more than 60 kegs of craft beers per week. A large part of their food ingredients are also purchased from small...
Rice Paper recently moved from its tiny, tucked-away digs in Linden Hills, to a larger, more prominent spot at 50th and France. Besides a new sake list, much of the rest of its Southeast Asian menu will look familiar to fans. The tasty peanut dipping sauce is still the same--and its recipe...