Iron Ranger is inspired the region where the dirt is red and the porketta plentiful There’s a small new restaurant at 1085 Grand Avenue in St. Paul set to open in April that is inspired by the boldest region of the bold north: Minnesota’s Iron Range. First, a primer on what it means to be from the Iron Range. Show More Summary
Foreign intervention in Syria: Isn’t it time to admit that the war against the Syrian regime is being lost? By Nikolaos van Dam Lecture presented at the Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue, Vienna 7 March 2018 & publishedShow More Summary
Our music critic reviews great new and oldish tunes by Belly, Liz Phair, Lithics, and more from his deluged inbox. by Dave Segal After a 23-year hiatus, Belly drop the feelgood hit of the spring. Chris Gorman Belly, “Shiny One” (PledgeMusic). Show More Summary
With Fucked and Bound, He Whose Ox Is Gored's Lisa Mungo rages with punk fury against the patriarchy... and rude bar patrons. by Joseph Schafer Uly Curry It was the evening of February 28 when Lisa Mungo walked out of Fremont’s Bar House, closing the door on a room full of the sound of Parliament-Funkadelic, and the cheers of her regular patrons. Show More Summary
Weiss Hospital rooftop residents, George & Weezie (courtesy Weiss Hospital) They’re back! The likable lovebirds return to Weiss Memorial Hospital.It’s become a springtime tradition in Uptown. Now in their 4th year, a pair of geese – affectionately named Weezie and George – nestle atop the hospital’s parking garage. Show More Summary
A rather 'different' take on life as a refugee in London.
Don't be THAT person.
Talkin' 'bout his generation.
Add BenDeLaCreme to the Wikipedia page for the "Seattle Process" ASAP. by Chase Burns Dialogue, deliberation, participation, introspection... BenDeLaCreme shot by Kelly O / Bad photoshop in front of Seattle's City Hall by author If last...Show More Summary
Robert Plant has added more North American tour dates to celebrate his new album, “Carry Fire.” Accompanied by the Sensational Space Shifters, Plant kicks off the tour June 8 in Atlanta at a venue to be determined. Gallery: Through the Years with Robert Plant Specials guests on the tour include Sheryl Crow, Los Lobos, Lucinda Williams and more. Show More Summary
Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood of the multi-platinum trio Lady Antebellum will deliver the spring undergraduate commencement address at University of Georgia. Related: Lady Antebellum shows their Georgia pride at pre-Super Bowl concert Kelley and Haywood, alumni of UGA, will address graduates on May 4 at 7 p.m. Show More Summary
TweetLet’s see if I can pay off on that headline, but I’ll tell you, it’s not even close. There’s this, at St. Mary’s – it inspired nary a peep of any protest, AFAIK. But then there’s this, a neighborhood petition against a proposed FordGoBike rental station also at Hayes and Shrader – it would convert five current […]
What's the craic?
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene With the arrival of “Hamilton” in Atlanta creeping closer (and yes, I will have ticket on-sale information for you soon), what better way to spend...
TweetYou know, for kids! Check it – this sign makes things official: “The plan comes thanks to a $1 million dollar grant from the Helen Diller Family Foundation to install a family-friendly food purveyor next to the proposed new playgrounds across the park from City Hall, and is also funded with another $10 million from […]
Not your usual church music.
Video https://www.smart911.com The City of Dunwoody & Chatcomm 911 offers you the opportunity to register your household information in advance of you needing the service with Smart911. Here is another video link that better explains the service. Show More Summary
TweetThat was the wind-up, and here’s the pitch: Friendsitting It’s like UBER, but for staying in peoples’ home. See? So forget about hotel, motel, Holiday Inn [Say what?] You say if Chessky starts acting up, just stay with a “friends’s friend” Anyway, with all the problems Airbnb has caused for us over the years, it’s […]
Great food at Great Guns.
Heaters by Janelle Monáe, Hot Snakes, and MC Paul Barman. by Dave Segal Janelle Monáe bounces back with a Princely, minimalist-funk classic. Bad Boy/WEA Janelle Monáe, “Make Me Feel” (Bad Boy/WEA) The clipped rhythms, the pent-up sexual...Show More Summary