Top, “Tradeswomen: Get Serious!” by Meadow Muska, 1976.
Above, Muska stands beside a 1978 photo of herself in the exhibit. Courtesy of the Minneap

Once-taboo images by a Minnesota-born photographer reveal lesbian lives in the 1970s

Once-taboo images by a Minnesota-born photographer reveal lesbian lives in the 1970s.
Canned meat is made to last, but this flavor won't stick around.

Pumpkin Spice Spam makes its debut this fall

August 19
Move over, lattes. It's time for canned meat to have its share of the pumpkin spice frenzy.
Brian Setzer with Slim Jim Phantom at Treasure Island on Sunday.

Refreshed Stray Cats rock this Minnesota casino on their reunion tour

August 19
With a new album and their first tour in 12 years, the MTV favorites thrilled.
Sam Penton of Death and Co.

3 ways to meet out-of-town food and drink stars coming to Minneapolis

August 19
Three events -- two this month -- will bring culinary stars to the Twin Cities.
Tassie Yang, who started watching mukbang videos after her personal trainer suggested she try a no-carbohydrate diet, filmed a video with food from Sw
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Slurping, smacking and chatting: Minnesotans make 'mukbang' eating videos

August 19
A mash-up of two Korean words that roughly translate to "live eating," mukbang started about 10 years ago in South Korea.
Ruth Venegas and Zeek Ramos joined a sea cave tour with Lost Creek Adventures on their visit from Chicago.
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Superior's divine isles: Exploring the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

August 19
The Apostles are among the last truly remote places in the Midwest, precisely because they are so hard to reach.
The front view of homeowners Steph Walters and Ryan McGary’s remodeled rambler home in St. Louis Park.
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'50s rambler in St. Louis Park gets sleek modern makeover

August 17
Here's how a couple transformed their tired midcentury home in St. Louis Park.

'Soul Man' Steve Cropper spins tales about Blues Brothers, Otis Redding, 'Green Onions'

August 19
The Rock Hall of Fame guitarist-songwriter appeared at Saturday's Lowertown Guitar Festival.

A State Fair tradition since 1969, the Giant Slide is still a family affair

August 16
The Giant Slide, with its simple design and bright yellow color, has earned its status as an iconic staple of the Minnesota State Fair.
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