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  1. Your Guide to Winter Fun in the Twin CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | City Pages

    By the time snowflakes start falling, it feels like the right time to snuggle up on the couch with a blanket and never go outside again. But here in the Twin Cities, there are enough activities and events to keep you going out even during a polar vortex-like day... provided you bundle up first.


  2. 11 Local Markets to Get You Through WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | City Pages

    The arrival of winter doesn't mean the end of farmers markets, and this year there are more indoor markets than ever before. If you loved visiting the Mill City Market this summer to pick up a free-range chicken, some cheese, and that addictive bag of butterscotch granola, you can now make it a part of your winter routine.


  3. Two Free Things to Do This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | City Pages

    This week in free stuff to do we have an awesome beer party featuring Game of Thrones -inspired brew and a Thanksgiving karaoke party. We'll also have Freeloader Friday up on Wednesday, so if you are looking for more free things to do this week and weekend, be sure to check back.


  4. Father Gerald Funcheon and the Croisers at Center of New "Public Nuisance" LawsuitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | City Pages

    Gerald Funcheon doesn't know how many children he sexually abused as a priest. Maybe 12, he responded two years ago in a taped deposition .


  5. Top 10 Must-See Minnesota Music Videos This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | City Pages

    Barbara Jean's new video starts this week on a good note. We've also got new clips from Garrison Grouse, Hardcore Crayons, Nicholas David, Harbor and Home, and a lighthearted vid from General B & the Wiz.


  6. Ebony Steward Punches Black Woman, Says She Hates White PeopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | City Pages

    A woman purportedly attacked two complete strangers in two separate incidents because she hates white people, she told police, yet her choice of victims suggests she may not be as vehemently racist as she presented herself. As Ebony Steward walked down University Avenue in St. Paul on Friday, she ran into a woman just leaving a nail salon.


  7. Standup Gary GulmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | City Pages

    The last time we spoke to comedian Gary Gulman, he told us he was trying to get more famous in order to secure more show dates outside of the East Coast. "There's just not that much demand for me.


  8. MPLS Craft'za, Bae Tigre Release Show, SooVAC's Untitled 11: Freeloader FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | City Pages

    This week in Freeloader Friday we have some great shopping events, a few killer concerts, and a ton of other fun parties. Come take a look at our list and plan your weekend.


  9. A Liquor Store for the Midway Target?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | City Pages

    In an effort to shorten your errands list by one all-important stop, Target is proposing a liquor store inside its Midway store in St. Paul. But before you get excited about grabbing a handle of gin along with the Charmin and the Aquafresh, Target will have to go through a public approval process as well as determine whether it's too close to existing liquor stores in the area -- namely, Big Top Liquor at Snelling and University .


  10. I Am MPLS! and I Am St.Paul Dates AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | City Pages

    For the past four years, I AM MPLS! has showcased local fashion designers and boutiques with a runway show where the models are local celebs and do-gooders. Today, event organizers have announced the dates and lineup for the annual bash.


  11. How Mayor Coleman's City Hall Tried to Spin the Deaths of Two ChildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | City Pages

    The 384-acre park sits across the Mississippi River from downtown, its distinctive bluffs rising from the floodplain. A brick mining operation, closed since the 1970s, left gorged, exposed hillsides, along with fossils for the taking.


  12. 10 Reasons St. Paul is an Underrated Music CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | City Pages

    When you're trying to assert yourself as a premiere Midwestern city that celebrates music, it's not ideal to have a shouting match with the folks just across the river. The case for Minneapolis's musical greatness is nothing new -- First Avenue, Prince, Paul Westerberg, etc.


  13. Where to Eat on Payne Avenue, St. Paul's New Dining DestinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | City Pages

    St. Paul's Payne Avenue is shaping up to be a restaurant strip worth a second, third, and even fourth look. Something of a latecomer to the gentrification game, the city's East Side has long been blighted by vacant and boarded homes, symbols of declining industry.


  14. House on Mango Street Delves into Youth in the BarrioRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | City Pages

    The House on Mango Street offers an impressionistic interpretation of Sandra Cisneros's memoir of growing up in a Chicago barrio in the 1970s. It's a piece that is often engaging, but lacking in drive to keep it going from beginning to end.


  15. Haunted Dining at Billy's in Anoka: The Tale of the Spooky ScrodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | City Pages

    It was Friday night and we were ready for some spooky thrills and ghoulish grub, so we did what anyone would do: We googled haunted restaurants in the vicinity. Now there are a few in the Minneapolis/St.


  16. Eight D a de los Muertos Events Happening This weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2014 | City Pages

    Not to be confused with Halloween, Dia de los Muertos is the other holiday that will be celebrated this weekend. The event, which has roots in Indigenous Latin American traditions that were co-opted by the Catholic Church during the colonization of the Spanish empire, has grown in popularity here in the Twin Cities, perhaps due to our rising Latino population.


  17. New Jerusalem Offers Muddy History LessonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | City Pages

    David Ives built his reputation on tight, short plays that weren't afraid to tackle deep and even obtuse subjects. Even more recent full-length pieces, like Venus in Fur , balanced the philosophy with an intense, narrative drive.


  18. Park Square Opens Boss Stage with The House on Mango StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | City Pages

    Last week, the finishing touches were being put on two premieres at Park Square Theatre : The House on Mango Street and the space it will occupy, the new Andy Boss Thrust Stage. So while the tech crew focused lights and built the stage, the construction crew worked to wrap up the final touches in the theater, including the glass boards to the sides of the seating areas.


  19. The 5 Best Fall Soups in the Twin CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | City Pages

    The true soup lover longs for fall. After a summer of haphazard cooking, meals thrown together from fresh farmer's market fare, we start to crave more complex flavors.


  20. 33 Variations: Mediocre From Beginning to EndRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | City Pages

    A lot of the talk in 33 Variations is about why the great composer Ludwig Van Beethoven spent so much time pulling apart a simple and mediocre-sounding waltz. Mediocre is the watch word for this Park Square Theatre production.


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