Reevaluating Gov. Ventura: Unpredictable Policies, Wild Quotes, and Celeb Politician Legacy
Let's revisit Minnesota's loud, complicated, and reliably outrageous Ventura years.
Posting Politics to the People: Meet the Man Behind Wedge LIVE!
John Edwards built a mini media network around hyper-local Twin Cities politics.
Food & Wine Experience
Penny’s Coffee, Dean Phillips Sued for Alleged Wage Theft
The company calls the lawsuit "entirely baseless."
Inside the Decade-Long Battle to Drink Water in the Minnesota Senate
A longstanding rule that left senators dehydrated is finally washed away.
For Almost Two Decades, Naomi Kritzer Has Produced the Best Election Guide in the Twin Cities
The sci-fi/fantasy author is an essential resource for voters cramming to comprehend down-ballot races.
Remembering Paul Wellstone, Conscience of the Senate
Before he died 20 years ago, the rare, brave progressive senatorial voice paved the way for Bernie Sanders.
‘Too Much Diversity’ Guy Blames the ‘Woke Community’
Plus, figuring out what MN's AG really does, Xcel floods GOP noms with your money, and more love from Taco Bell in today's Flyover.
New Ulm’s ‘Culture War’ Is Just Plain Old Bigotry
Plus Rock Bottom bottoms out, Scott Jensen wants to bankrupt Minnesota, and wolves are good neighbors in today's Flyover.
UMN Regent: Why Won’t Anyone Answer My Racist Question?
Plus MPD requests scary database, burgers vs. history, and local Bigfoot news in today's Flyover.
Schools Warn Viral Stunt Could Lead to 7 Days of Shitting
Plus Martha Holton Dimick's license problems, an inept arsonist, and a 'Simpsons' local angle in today's Flyover.