From "Oliver" to "Sweeney Todd," theater director Peter Rothstein had an exceptional year. Pretty much like every other year.
Maya Moore, 26, will dominate the game, make the big shot, dance on the court for the fans, sign hundreds of autographs and praise her teammates. Does Moore think she's the best player in the world?
Minneapolis' four-star Spoon and Stable immediately earned its reputation — with good reason — as the toughest reservation in town since the doors opened late last year. It's our restaurant of the year.
The best TV of the year includes only one network show – and you'll never guess which one.
Twin Cities stages popped with a range of talents and styles.
The Guthrie director went out with a bang, and great musical productions sprouted all over town.
Hello, it's me, Adele. I saved the record business in 2015, but I didn't get year-end love from the Star Tribune's music critic.
Sleater-Kinney and D'Angelo hadn't been seen here in concert for a decade. When they finally did return in 2015, they reminded us what we had been missing.
Special exhibits, surprises and expansion plans marked the art scene.
Twin Cities dance scene stepped outside the usual stages in a superlative year.
From pancakes to pie and pasta, Rick Nelson goes back into his 2015 dining-out diary and highlights the year's 10 most memorable dishes.
Twin Cities dining trends of the year included variations on raw food, eating in the suburbs and going Italian.