Divine Destinations for Romantic Dining

Last year brought so many new date night dining options into the Twin Cities landscape, including a revitalization of two lovely Minneapolis restaurants. When looking for somewhere to snuggle in over low light, delicious food, […]

Romantic Dining: Tenant

The best first date I ever had began with an inauspicious “no.” No, I did not want to get all ‘do-ed up and go out to the hot new club that just got a write-up. […]

Super Bowl What To Do

With Super Bowl 52 coming to U.S. Bank Stadium next month, the eyes of the nation will be all over Minneapolis come Sunday, Feb. 4. If you’re willing to brave the cold and want to […]

Arts Spotlight: 591

Dead Man Walking Jan. 27-Feb. 3 Ordway Music Theater, 345 Washington St., St. Paul 612-333-6669 mnopera.org Minnesota Opera is a topnotch presenter of classic pre-20th century fare, but it has also been a dedicated producer […]

Travel: Swiss Charm

On the tram to baggage claim in Zurich’s airport, there’s the sound of cowbells. The blue notes of an Alpine horn. The image of a Heidi-lookalike winking through the window. Everything but chocolates, and those […]

Leather Life: Leather Evolution, 2018

“What do a kitty, two puppies, a jock, and a Sir have in common?” That was the opening sentence of the official press release for the Mr. Minneapolis Eagle 2018 contest, which was held the evening of […]

Skirting The Issues: Death Gap Math

When I was younger, like in my 20s, 30s, and early 40s, the concept of death was relatively foreign, as in, “That’s so far away.” But not now. At 61, I’m thinking about death quite […]

From the Editor: Le chemin vers le coeur

“They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” First off: who’s “they”? I’d like to meet these people. Secondly: yes, absolutely true. Well, at least for me. I’m not going […]

Romantic Dining: Bardo

The restaurant Remy Pettus had his eye on wasn’t available. Prolific Minneapolis restaurateur John Rimarcik had shuttered the place he called “Rachel’s” for a refresh. Pettus was a young chef, bouncing around town with a […]

A Word In Edgewise: Outfitting for the Next Trip ‘Round

When I was a kid, baggage referred to those cardboard suitcases we kept in the attic. With handles for carrying (no wheels, yet), they were usually tan with different shades of brown stripes around the middle. My […]

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