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Jay Boller

Co-owner/editor of Racket.

Workers at Indeed Brewing Co. Just Formed a Union

Semi-remarkably, workers and management appear harmonious with the decision.

April 4, 2024

Wanna Buy Jeremy Messersmith’s Tiny House, Arguably the Tiniest One in Minneapolis?

The talented singer-songwriter discovered new talents while waiting out the pandemic in his itty-bitty property near Lake Nokomis.

Grading the 2024 Additions to Target Field’s Food Lineup

We sampled winners, losers, and shruggers at today's media tasting event.

Strib Ed Board Boldly Calls for Law That Would Financially Benefit Strib

Plus the BLB and the Black Keys, some winning Peeps, and celebrating pianocycling in today's Flyover news roundup.

A to Z, the Region’s Top Pizza Farm, Is Calling It Quits

Don't worry: A to Z's CSA, bakery, and private dining will remain open along the bluffs of Stockholm, Wisconsin.

March 28, 2024

The Story Behind This Gorgeous, Mural-Tastic Stevens Square Apartment

Plus lovely weather charts, hero Twins, and more fest lineups in today's Flyover news roundup.

March 27, 2024

Barkhad Abdi Moved Back to Minneapolis, But He Never Left Hollywood

The Somali-born, Minnesota-launched actor has quietly been building a rock-solid career after blowing up in 'Captain Phillips.' Now he wants to write and direct movies about refugees, Minnesotans, and himself.

March 27, 2024

With Duluth’s Park Point, Kathy Cargill Crossed the Billionaire PR Precipice

The antisocial behavior of elites usually feels abstract—until it gets personal.

March 25, 2024

Study: What If We… Converted a Big Chunk of I-94?

Plus 'Tony Webster Bill' hobbles along, local chess prodigy crushes competition, and top rideshare destinations in today's Flyover news roundup.

March 22, 2024