Revival: the chicken has landed

Photos By: 
Jeremy Iggers


 The long-awaited Revival restaurant opened last week in the former Corner Table space at 4257 Nicollet Ave. 


Hops for Hunger

“We want to get into different types of fundraisers, not just pancake feeds and spaghetti dinners,” says Dave Rudolph, manager at the Southern Anoka County Assistance Food Shelf (SACA).


Northern Lights Rare Beer Fest makes a difference

Sometimes drinking beer can make a difference. That’s the goal with Northern Lights Rare Beer Fest, which hits St. Paul for the second straight year on Sat. March 28.


In the sugar maple grove, things are sweeter than ever

Sugarbushing begins in February when the snow is still on the ground and the sap in the sugar maple trees begins to rise.


Brewers Ball raises funds for cystic fibrosis

The Brewer’s Ball, a fundraiser from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Minnesota, isn’t your average beer festival or your average charitable fundraiser.


House passes lower minimum wage for tipped employees

Rep. Pat Garofalo speaks during early debate on his bill, HF1027, which would modify the minimum wage for certain workers who receive tips. Photo by Paul Battaglia

Some waiters and other tipped workers could earn a wage lower than the state minimum, under a bill the House passed 78-55 late Monday.


Breakfast smoothies a hit at Cooper High School

Students at Cooper High School were given a new option on the breakfast menu last week, and if the first few days are any indication, smoothies have hit the spot. 


Recipe | Chow mein goes hotdish

As a kid I assumed that the foods my family enjoyed were authentic interpretations of how the rest of the world ate.

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