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Danger! Danger! What you need to know about burning yard waste

As the weather changes and the leaves begin to fall from trees, yard clean up begins. For some Minnesotans, this involves bagging their yard waste and putting it out on the curb for pick...

The “Weinstein effect” and an official statement from Condé Nast

With a massive list of magazines to their name, Condé Nast has their fingers in just about every lifestyle, luxury, and culture industry in the country. Their Traveler magazine, for one, has given Minnesota favorable...

The November Project

We’ve had our first snowfall, and it has taken all of my willpower not to completely succumb to my natural state and show up to work wrapped in the comforter from my bed. Between...

Around the world: This underwater restaurant in Norway looks crazy awesome

We've long enjoyed SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium at the Mall of America (though it will always be Underwater World to us - why does MOA insist on changing the names of all its greatest...

About Us: Pastry Chef Alexandra Motz

Alexandra Motz is the pastry sous chef at the North Loop's renowned and nationally-lauded Spoon and Stable. With that high level of pressure, and high-stakes playing at a restaurant where perfection is expected night in...

Oct. 25 is officially Wellstone Remembrance Day

Paul Wellstone, the popular US Senator from Eveleth, Minnesota, died fifteen years ago, today. His loss is still felt across the state. As of this morning, October 25 will forever be known in Minnesota...

Winter in Minnesota is a dark affair. But why?

As we count down the last few days before the end of Daylight Saving Time, we all know well what is coming next: The fourth quarter of the year, the temporal swan song of...

The Film Fatales of Minnesota

About fifty of us crowded into Cooper’s Screening Room at the West End, grabbing a pastry and some coffee before we settled in to hear the speakers. Between the vintage decor of the dimly...

New York Times goes Big Brother on journalists’ social media accounts

The New York Times recently published a new set of guidelines that restrict how its journalists can (and can not) use Twitter and other social media accounts. To the newsroom: The New York Times has been a...

Google will run entirely on renewable energy by the end of the year

We wrote recently about solar energy community gardens in Participate in a community garden (of solar power), and about Minnesota's role in developing clean energy, Minnesota leading the way for renewable energy grid batteries. These clean energy...
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