Hockey on one wheel: Unicyclists put a true Minnesota spin on hockey

What do you get when you combine the state of hockey with the nation's largest unicycle club? Why, unicycle hockey, of course.

Review: History Theatre's 'George Bonga' a low-key portrait of a Minnesota legend

Graydon Royce

History Theatre's "George Bonga: Minnesota Voyageur" explores questions of identity and justice.

Cooks of Crocus Hill headed to the North Loop

Table Talk

The cooking school and retail store's first Minneapolis outlet will be a "best of all possible worlds" scenario, says co-owner Karl Benson.

U professor wants to know: How is divorce affecting your job?

Gail Rosenblum

Three-part survey to quantify the effects divorce has on full-time working people, for better or worse.

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Non-Muslim Minnesotans donning hijab to show their support

The movement is turning heads at a time when many Muslims in Minnesota and elsewhere feel under siege. But hijab solidarity is drawing plenty of critics, too.


Beyonce will perform May 23 at TCF Bank Stadium

After her cameo halftime appearance at the Super Bowl Sunday, Beyoncé announced a 40-date spring/summer tour that includes a concert May 23 at TCF Bank…


Review: Yellow Tree offers a welcome return to 'Clybourne Park'

Bruce Norris' "Clybourne Park" is expected to be provocative, witty and bitterly funny, and Yellow Tree Theatre's production doesn't disappoint. But it also provides something…


Minnesota political pioneer Koryne Horbal looks back

Longtime DFL activist Koryne Horbal raised feminist issues in Minnesota and nation.


Minnesota's Cactus Blossoms court national attention with vintage country sound + Video

The Cactus Blossoms' Southern harmonies and sibling charm have brought them from the dusty bars of northeast Minneapolis to a national buzz.


Twin Cities actor Tod Petersen is living life one chapter at a time

Local stage star Tod Petersen took a break to get off the grid and explore his love of life.


Outside Sydney, beaches and rock pools are a stunning combo + Photo Gallery

Outside Sydney, a path links a series of beaches where rock pools nestle at the ocean's edge.


Swedish meatballs from Marcus Samuelsson are a Super Bowl treat

Still working on your game-time menu? Win over a Super Bowl crowd with this last-minute party pleaser from Marcus Samuelsson.


Fancy Ray, Treehouse Records eat up exposure from Taco Bell Super Bowl ad

The comedian said of the halftime ad, "This really is a validation of all the work I've done all these years."


Ask Amy: Young love has its ups and downs

Dear Readers: I have stepped away from my daily column for two weeks to finish writing my next book. I hope you'll enjoy these…


Hax: Distanced father needs some frank, honest words

Dear Carolyn: This fall, my father left my mother at home while he went to spend the winter with friends in Florida (she still works…


Sundance standouts you'll be hearing more about

As the indie festival gives a first look at future hits, we also check out the weird and overhyped.


Flavor Flav pleads no contest to DUI charge in Las Vegas

The entertainer Flavor Flav pleaded no contest Monday to misdemeanor driving under the influence in Las Vegas, marking the second plea in two weeks involving similar charges in Nevada.


Ask Amy: Is this family obligated to celebrate milestone birthday?

Dear Amy: My in-laws are hosting a birthday party for my husband's grandfather. He is turning 90. The party is 200 miles away. My…


Before 'Lucifer' was a cop show, it was a morally challenging comic book

Fox has taken "Lucifer," one of the most intellectually complicated and morally challenging properties in the DC Comics library, and made a TV show. Naturally,…