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I’m Participating in Nerdcon: Stories This October in Minneapolis

8 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

And what is Nerdcon: Stories? This informational video might help: There’s also this ginchy Web site, with even more information. And for those of you who stubbornly refuse to follow links, the guests (aside from me) include: John and...Show More Summary

WATCH: These Gay Prospective Dads Sing 'Dear Future Baby' And It's Too Cute

A Minneapolis couple channels Meghan Trainor and sing their hearts out on the web, hopeful that one day they will become fathers. read more

Hopeful Gay Dads-To-Be Create Meghan Trainor Parody, 'Dear Future Baby,' As They Begin Adoption Journey

Two Minneapolis gay men have created a heartfelt social media campaign as they aspire to become fathers. Joe Morales and Joey Famoso say they released "Dear Future Baby," a parody of the Meghan Trainor smash, "Dear Future Husband," to...Show More Summary

MN: A Few Face Prosecution Among Hundreds in St. Patrick's Melee on Nicollet Mall

Criminal cases are being pursued against a handful of people stemming from the mayhem that erupted on the night of St. Patrick's Day along Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, the Hennepin County attorney's office has announced. Several...Show More Summary

Miami-haters could forge identity for Beckham’s MLS superclub; By Simon Evans

yesterdaySports / Football : EPL Talk

There were two developments on the expansion front in Major League Soccer in this past week, that generated two very different reactions in the American soccer community. In Minneapolis, MLS awarded a franchise to the Minnesota United group which is … Continue reading ?

Gay Couple Pen Adorable Meghan Trainor Parody 'Dear Future Baby' to Highlight Adoption Efforts: WATCH

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Minneapolis couple Joe Morales and Joey Famoso have experienced a tough road on the way to adoption, with their latest attempt to adopt a baby girl falling through at the last second. Instead of dwelling on the heartache of their...

MLS awards 23rd franchise to Minneapolis

Major League Soccer awarded a franchise to Minneapolis on Wednesday, continuing an expansion that will give the league at least 23 teams by 2018.

‘CBS This Morning Saturday’ Picking Up Praise For Food, Music

“CBS This Morning Saturday” was nominated for a James Beard Award for best TV segment. The weekly food segment, “The Dish” is up against Chicago’s ABC affiliate and Minneapolis’ CBS affiliate. “CTM Saturday” is the only national program...Show More Summary

2015 draft picks: Minnesota Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings have seven picks in the 2015 NFL draft, which will be held April 30 to May 2 in Chicago. Here's a breakdown of the Vikings' selections: First round: 11th overall selection Second round: 45th overall...Show More Summary

Vikings sign Taylor Mays

MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings finally signed their second unrestricted free agent on Tuesday, and this addition is much like their first: a low-profile player whose knowledge of the Vikings' system could make him a valuable pickup. Safety...Show More Summary

Cory Hepola Joins KARE as Morning Anchor

Minneapolis NBC affiliate KARE has announced the addition of sports guy Cory Hepola to its news team. Hepola will join co-anchor Kim Insley, weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. on “KARE 11 News Sunrise.” “Cory is a team player with a dynamic and energetic style for our morning audience,” siad KARE news director Jane Helmke. Show More Summary

Minnesota Vikings, Adrian Peterson could be headed for showdown

MINNEAPOLIS -- Last month, when he made his first extensive comments about the fractured state of his relationship with the Minnesota Vikings, and detailed his trepidation about returning to a franchise he was no longer sure he could...Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson Claims NFL's Discipline Process Is Unfair

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Adrian Peterson's potential return to the Minnesota Vikings is at the heart of a dispute between the NFL and the players' associa... Read more: Adrian Peterson Hearing, Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings, Nfl, Sports Crime, Roger Goodell, Ap, Sports News

The U.S. Cities With The Biggest Gaps Between Rich And Poor

Inequality is growing, and it's not only in the cities you'd expect. Most unequal cities: 1. Atlanta 2. San Francisco 3. Boston 4. Miami 5. Washington, D.C. 6. New York 7. Dallas 8. Chicago 9. Los Angeles 10. Minneapolis Read Full S...

What can Adrian Peterson accomplish in his 30s?

MINNEAPOLIS -- Whenever he returns to the NFL, Adrian Peterson will come back on the heels of an offseason that seemed to affirm running backs can still be paid like headline players. The Buffalo Bills gave LeSean McCoy $26.5 million guaranteed this winter. Show More Summary

From Minneapolis to ISIS

(Scott Johnson) Yesterday’s New York Times featured Scott Shane’s long page-one article “From Minneapolis to ISIS: An American’s path to jihad.” Shane explores the departure of Abdi Nur from Minneapolis to join ISIS in Syria. Nur comes from the Twin Cities’ large and still growing Somali community. Show More Summary

Zimmer wants to see a bigger Bridgewater this year

Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater wasn’t happy with his rookie season.  Coach Mike Zimmer will be happier if Teddy shows up with a few more pounds on his frame. Via Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Zimmer thinks the biggest thing Bridgewater can do this offseason is get bigger. “[H]e needs to add a little…

From Minneapolis to ISIS: An American’s Path to Jihad

6 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The chilling progression of a Minnesota man suggests that the Islamic State may rely on recruiters inside the United States and shows how hard it is to predict who will be swept away by ideological fervor.

Things Didn’t Go As Planned for CNN’s Poppy Harlow, But She Couldn’t Be Happier

CNN’s Poppy Harlow wasn’t supposed to be a broadcast journalist. The Minneapolis native, who lost her father at age 15, wanted to follow in his footsteps and practice law. Things didn’t turn out that way. Harlow attended Columbia University, her father’s Alma mater where she studied political science and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Show More Summary

New Artist Op-Ed: Ron Athey on the "Post-AIDS" Body

last weekArts : Eyeteeth

For the fourth installment of the Walker Art Center's Artist Op-Eds series, I invited Ron Athey to share his perspective on the 1994 Minneapolis performance that all but blacklisted him at US art venues for a decade, his life with HIV, and the realization that the disease wouldn't kill him after all. Show More Summary

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