Folks… He’s Running
Plus 'The Daily Show' visits Duluth, Japanese burgers, and violent beer in today's Flyover news roundup.
NLRB: Quarry Home Depot Broke Law by Firing Worker With ‘BLM’ Apron
Plus Alan Page celebrated nationally, Amazon coffee machine raises labor eyebrows, and keeping up with Jim Rowader in today's Flyover news roundup.
Food & Wine Experience
Why Twin Cities VFW, Legion Halls Are Outsourcing Their Kitchens to Ambitious Chefs
Station No. 6, El Jefe Cocina & Bar, and 328 Grill all took up residence inside VFW and American Legion halls. Could those win-win arrangements form a partnership blueprint for emerging culinary talents and struggling veterans' orgs?
Meet the Serbian Businessman/DJ Who Runs the Zombie AI Southwest Journal
Among Nebojša Vujinović Vujo's portfolio of 2,000 spammy websites, the defunct Minneapolis neighborhood newspaper is a top performer.
How Fair State Brewing Hit Bankruptcy, and How It Plans to Fight Through It
The cooperatively owned, unionized Minneapolis brewery filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this week.
MN Prisons Pocketed $274K In Telecom Kickbacks Last Year
Plus MN Chamber of Commerce rallies the cranks, Metro Transit workers speak up, and 'Karate Kid' is from here in today's Flyover news roundup.
Minnesota Joins the War Against Junk Fees
Plus remembering G.R. Anderson Jr., big beer news, and the Strib achieves local angle glory in today's Flyover news roundup.
Strib Ed Board Outdoes Itself, Credulously Endorses Apparent Hyperloop Grift
Plus Hollywood connections, a goofy Edina crime spree, and Super Bowl memories in today's Flyover news roundup.
10 Ambitious Ideas That Might Actually Save Downtown Minneapolis
No losers allowed in this batch of winning ideas.
‘Simpsons’-Esque Hyperloop Grift Playing Out In MN, Apparently
Plus dire restaurant predictions, Friedman remains dumb, and Grammy local angles in today's Flyover news roundup.