Another Metro Transit Bus Driver Attacked In MinneapolisJust two days after an arrest in the brutal attack of a Metro Transit bus driver, there's been another one.
DeRusha Eats: T-Rex Cookie CaféIf the half-pound cookies aren't big enough, Tina Rexing has created a five-pound, $40 cookie.
Planners Seek To Return Nicollet Mall To A Shopping MeccaCity leaders are looking to turn Nicollet Mall into the shopping mecca it once was.
Earth Day Clean Up In Minneapolis Postponed Due To Wintry WeatherMinneapolis officials postponed Earth Day clean-up plans this weekend as a blanket of snow still rests on the city in the wake of the weekend’s record snowstorm.
Schools Canceled In Twin Cities For MondayThe Minneapolis, St. Paul and Anoka-Hennepin school districts are among those canceling classes as plows continue to clear more than a foot of snow from a record-breaking winter storm.
Mpls. Chef A Finalist For Nat’l Culinary Award With 'Young Joni'From an Ivy League education, to a career as a professional actor, to the chef and owner of three restaurants now up for the most prestigious award in the culinary world.
2 Big Events Officially Returning To Twin CitiesIt seems the when it comes to major events like the X Games and Ryder Cup, the Twin Cities are building quite the reputation.
'Rock The Garden' Lineup: Father John Misty, Feist, P.O.S. & MoreOn Tuesday, Rock The Garden, the Walker Art Center’s annual summer music festival, released its indie-ladden lineup that features local to international acts.
X Games To Return To Minneapolis Through 2020After a successful first run at U.S. Bank Stadium, the X Games are now slated to return to Minneapolis through 2020.
Food & Wine Names Grand Café Among Restaurants Of The YearFood & Wine praised Grand Café as a "Francophile fever dream," following the spot's purchase by chef Jamie Malone.
Youth In Gov't Model U.N. Conference Is Largest EverThere are more than 800 seventh through twelfth graders participating.
Amid Snow & Cold, Sea Salt 'Re-Closes' For WinterThe eatery opened its doors at the very tail end of March, when temperatures were still close to normal for this time of year.

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