Lost Twin Cities: Rare today, row houses were once a common sight here

Lost Twin Cities: Rare today, row houses were once a common sight here

Most of them fell into disrepair and were demolished before their unique structure gained appreciation.
From beehives to bow ties, Minnesotans show off 70 years of prom photos
Variety

From beehives to bow ties, Minnesotans show off 70 years of prom photos

April 28
We usually don't need an excuse to take a walk down memory lane, but some events almost require it. Case in point: prom. You'll love these reader photos going back decades.
Mercy in downtown Mpls. ignites backlash against double-patty cheeseburgers
Eat & Drink

Mercy in downtown Mpls. ignites backlash against double-patty cheeseburgers

April 28
Chef Mike Rakun uses steak trimmings to beef up the flavor, and the juices. The happy hour price? Even better.
Got a 1905 chair from Minnesota State Capitol? Cass Gilbert Society wants to know
Home & Garden

Got a 1905 chair from Minnesota State Capitol? Cass Gilbert Society wants to know

3:25pm
Missing: 800 pieces of furniture from the Minnesota State Capitol. If you know where any of it is, the Cass Gilbert Society wants to hear from you.
Creator of hit podcast 'Serial' is sad when people say 'S-Town' is better
TV & Media

Creator of hit podcast 'Serial' is sad when people say 'S-Town' is better

4:09pm
Journalist Sarah Koenig redefined podcasts for a new audience. It wasn't easy.
Details of Prince's expanded 'Purple Rain' reissue revealed, coming June 23
Prince

Details of Prince's expanded 'Purple Rain' reissue revealed, coming June 23

April 28
Warner Bros. unveiled the full track listings with all the extras, including an album of unreleased tracks and a live DVD.
Years in the making, Minnesota movie 'Sweet Land' is now a musical
Stage & Arts

Years in the making, Minnesota movie 'Sweet Land' is now a musical

April 27
As first a story, then a film and now a show opening Saturday in St. Paul, this Minnesota yarn continues to capture the imagination.
TV & Media

Terri Traen on her ouster from KQRS: 'It feels like death'

April 27
Terri Traen knows that almost every on-air radio personality has been fired at some point. But that didn't make the end of her 31-year career at KQRS any easier, she says in an exclusive interview.
Music

Want to hear classical up close? Twin Cities groups specialize in tiny concerts

April 27
The Baroque Room, Studio Z and Punk-Ass Classical play in living rooms, lofts and other intimate environments.
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