Minnesota wine

Two winemakers fight on in court against state-grape law

11:55am
Alexis Bailly Vineyard and Next Chapter Winery are challenging Minnesota's "unusual and severe winemaking restriction" as a violation of the U.S. Constitution's interstate commerce clause.
Penn Cycle sponsored a fat tire race at the annual Minneapolis Loppet ski festival.
Business

Penn Cycle, after 61 years in business, sells operations to Freewheel Bike

2:31pm
Eric Reller, master grower with Second Harvest Heartland, took stock of the plants growing in a shipping container at the organization's warehouse in
Anthony Souffle, Star Tribune
Eric Reller, master grower with Second Harvest Heartland, took stock of the plants growing in a shipping container at the organization's warehouse in Brooklyn Park.

Minn. food bank turns shipping container into lettuce farm

10:40am
Second Harvest Heartland wants to provide more fresh produce, so it stepped up to grow its own in a hydroponic environment in a shipping container.
Former Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor in June 2018.
Sports

Paul Molitor checks in on Twins during Florida trip: 'I picked a bad year to get fired'

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The pho challenge at iPho by Saigon, in St. Paul.
Variety

6 new Twin Cities restaurants to know about — and some closings

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Visitors admire the super bloom, which has turned the hillsides into a sea of orange poppies in Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore, Calif., on March 9, 20

Poppy-viewing crowds overwhelm Southern California city

Like Dorothy in the "Wizard of Oz," the Southern California city of Lake Elsinore is being overwhelmed by the power of the poppies.
Amir Coffey reacts during overtime vs. Penn State on Thursday night.
Sports

Have the Gophers overachieved, underachieved or properly achieved?

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Jane, Brigid, Kate and Rita McDonald, from left, youngest to oldest, are the inspiration for “Sisters of Peace.” The four McDonald sisters have jo
Variety

These 4 sisters are actually sisters: Minnesota's 'worker nuns' celebrated in new play

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Opinion

Beware of Beto O'Rourke's charisma. It's a path to poor group decisionmaking.

When people get excited about a leader, writes one observer, they tend to defer to that leader's decisions. They do less reasoning on their own.