The economy seemed to be top of mind this year — jobs, budgets and stock market swings. This blog is all about taking those things into consideration and finding ways for you to continue doing the things that make life more enjoyable — living the good life without costing you more money.
The Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel is closely studying Xcel Energy Inc.’s request for a $141.9 million electricity rate hike, which would raise the typical residential customer’s monthly bill by about 6 percent.
Who would have gained from votes in thousands of rejected absentee ballots in Minnesota’s close 2008 Senate race will forever remain a mystery.
Guilty pleasure confession: I love “So You Think You Can Dance.” Say what you will, but unlike other shows, this one truly showcases hidden talent. Talent that was no more apparent than at Target Center Thursday night.
Upon arriving at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts Tuesday night, attendees were given a substitution list of the names of the dancers that would be hitting the stage in that night’s “Come Fly Away.”
I found myself surrounded by 3,000 craft-beer-crazed fans Saturday morning, all of them drinking like New Years Eve at 10 a.m.
In the many times that Ben Folds entered the stage Saturday night at the Minnesota Orchestra, he proved again and again — he’s truly a master musician. And not just “that guy” from his new hit show, “The Sing Off.”
Pizzeria Lola is the brainchild of Ann Kim, a Korean immigrant who was so inspired by a love of food and her mother’s delicious cooking that she decided to start a restaurant of her own.
The Monte Carlo Bar and Restaurant on the edge of the North Loop section of downtown Minneapolis offers up a rare opportunity for classic fine dining and strong, classic cocktails.
Not all puppets are childlike and there is nothing innocent about one puppet in particular: Mr. Punch, of the famous Italian puppet duo, Punch and Judy.
Even as I sat in my seat, moments before the lights were about to dim, I still had my doubts. A musical about mental illness? Music and dancing and depression? What was I about to get myself into?
It’s more than an understatement to say my knowledge of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons was a bit scarce. Beyond memories of seeing my dad working in the garage and jamming out to “Working My Way Back to You,” I didn’t know anything about this legendary group.
A new restaurant opening Monday in northeast Minneapolis has seemingly found the ideal balance of attracting opposites.
A revival of the original 1967 show, “Hair” is all about the teen rebellion of that era — from sex and drugs to rock ‘n’ roll and the ultimate sense of doing what feels good.
Chipotle says an immigration review of its workers has spread to 60 of its restaurants in Virginia and the nation’s capital.