New restaurant in Midtown Market! James Norton over at Heavy Table has the details on The Left Handed Cook. Norton liked the Asian fusion, highbrow/lowbrow dishes he sampled, thus, you will too.
A sampling of Magers and Quinn’s summary of Colin Nelson’s new book, Fallout: “They scheme to smuggle explosives into Minnesota. The idea is so crazy that no one believes the prosecutor until she is personally threatened and must act to win her trial, save her family, and prevent the nuclear catastrophe.” This is what happens when a criminal lawyer writes a novel; lawyers...
Twin Cities AV declares that rapper Iggy Azalea’s spot in XXL’s freshman roundup is, “not bad start for a 21-year-old white girl from Sydney, Australia, who spits about cunnilingus.”Apparently, T.I. thought so too, because he’s know managing her and helping her find a label home in the States. Catch this bold new face at Fine Line tonight.
Easter is over, but pastels are still here. Ali was kind enough to round up the essentials to add a little (and we do mean a little: so dainty, so delicate) color to your wardrobe.
It’s here, finally! And by it, we mean both our Home blog and vertical gardens. At last, our bright and eco-friendly future can begin and every metal artifice can be given a snug little coat of vegetation. Jennifer Blaise Kramer gives the details on how to grow your own vertical garden with help from Tangletown Gardens.
Dara is rather taken with these balls. She cannot stop repeating that sentiment in her Too Early Review of Devil’s Advocate. Will you be reduced to similar ramblings when you sample their beef, pork, salmon, etc balls?
We know how to party, or at the very least eat and drink. Check out this video from our 40th birthday bash, being celebrated all month long with special deals to be found all over town. Happy birthday, us!
Target Field is getting seriously food/PR-savvy, but we’re not complaining. Next on their list of crowd pleasers, Roots for the Home Team, a program which brings locally grown veggies from youth gardens around the area to the stadium for Sunday home games. Even more reason to check out a game. Some of these salads are looking pretty good. But can baseball and greens mix?
Minneapolis gets Midwest’s first sushi truck →
Midtown Phillips News: Kitchen in the Market Wins... →
midtownphillipsnews: Overall winner for Twin Cities Small Business of the Year is: KITCHEN IN THE MARKET Molly Herrmann & Tracy Morgan More information on finalists can be found here. Photos from Small Business BIG IMPACT are here!
Rain be damned. The fourth annual Memory Lanes Block Party is here and it’s going to rock as hard as ever! Three days, great local music, and it’s all free. Kicks off tonight with Needles headlining.
With the light rail comes displacement. At least that’s what many artists along the train’s route currently under construction fear, particularly those located in St. Paul’s Lowertown. Read their stories here and learn more about the group IrrigateArts and others hoping to keep art close by creating a “Creative Enterprise Zone.”