Conveyor-Belt Style 'Sushi Train' Opens In Downtown MinneapolisSushi Train, located at 1200 Nicollet Mall, is giving customers a traditional and hands-on way to order the popular Japanese cuisine.
New Target Electronics Brand Aimed At Millenials, Generation ZGeneration Z is the first group in history to grow up fully immersed in technology, which is the focus of the new brand.
Comcast-Fox Merger Eyed After AT&T-Time Warner RulingThere are fears that it could lead to higher cable bills or hinder online alternatives.
Richfield Votes In Favor Of Increasing Tobacco Sale AgeAnother Minnesota city has decided to raise the age limit to buy tobacco.
Market Bar-B-Que Reveals New Northeast Minneapolis LocationAn Eat Street staple for more than 70 years is making the move to the other side of town.
Seattle Backs Down On Business Tax After Amazon Flexes Its MuscleCity leaders said they plan to repeal a tax on large companies such as Amazon and Starbucks as they face mounting pressure from businesses, an about-face just a month after unanimously approving the measure to help pay for efforts to combat a growing homelessness crisis.
U Of M Grads Develop Drink To Curb Hangovers, Help Workout RecoveryThe season of celebrating is here. One Twin Cities company hopes to make the day after those celebrations a little easier. That is why two University of Minnesota graduates founded the drink called Revitatlye.
Net Neutrality Repeal Goes Into EffectNet neutrality is now officially a thing of the past.
Sonic Drive-In Unveils ‘Pickle Juice Slush’You scream! I scream! We all scream for icy, fermented cucumber beverages!
Electric Fetus Throws 50th Birthday Bash At First AvenueOne of the Twin Cities' most iconic music stores -- Electric Fetus -- is celebrating it's 50th anniversary.
Kwik Trip Pulls Veggie Trays After Illnesses In Minn., Wis.Kwik Trip has removed some vegetable trays from its shelves after several reported illnesses in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
While Twin Cities Taprooms Thrive, Bars & Restaurants StruggleWhile restaurants are struggling to compete, a new study says taprooms in the Twin Cities are doing better than ever.