Tom Horgen | Star Tribune
Digital Features Editor | Variety

Tom Horgen is the digital features editor for the Star Tribune's Variety section, overseeing online and social media strategy. He has covered nightlife, restaurants, music, fashion, film, comic books and art for the paper.

Jimmy Kimmel hams it up with Minnesotan who got her head stuck in tailpipe

Video of the incident went viral, with the 19-year-old dubbed "tailpipe girl" across the internet.

Two Minneapolis bars named to Esquire's 2018 'Best Bars in America' list

The acclaimed Marvel Bar gets a nod, as does the surprising Gyst Fermentation Bar.

Minnesota is home to 'America's coolest drinking city' says new WSJ magazine

Five bars in Minneapolis and St. Paul -- considered one city in the rankings -- get a spotlight in the gushing article.

Forbes calls North Loop shop 'hottest retailer in America's hottest retailing city'

MartinPatrick3 has grown into a 17,000-square-foot store specializing in interior design and menswear.

Let it go: A dad's guide to Disney on Ice's 'Frozen' at Target Center

Disney on Ice brings the mega-hit musical to Target Center.

Barstool Sports reviews Minnesota's beloved pizza joints – trashing a few favorites

The guys behind this popular sports site are taste-testing Twin Cities pizza spots and posting them on YouTube.

Club Jäger reopens ahead of Super Bowl, months after David Duke controversy

The bar had been closed since employees learned its owner donated to the ex-KKK leader's failed Senate campaign.

Surly trolls entire state of Minnesota with hilarious Super Bowl primer

The popular Twin Cities brewery wrote an explainer for out-of-towners, but locals will have a laugh, too.

Justin Timberlake sightings: Pop star dines at Manny's and Octo Fishbar

The pop star was already in town this weekend eating at some of the Twin Cities' best restaurants.

Decades-old Arby's with iconic sign abruptly closes in Uptown Minneapolis

After years of holding its ground in a continually changing Uptown, this fast food outpost finally closed its doors.