More than just pastries at Minneapolis favorite

Meredith Gallagher

February 23, 2010

Filed under Around the Corner, Reviews

Part deli, part bakery, part cafe, Turtle Bread Company is the perfect place to go for a giant cookie after school or a filling breakfast on the weekends. Located on 44th Street in Linden Hills, the independently owned and operated... Read more »

Dear John falls short of Sparks’ other adaptions

Mira Friedlander

February 20, 2010

Filed under Movie Reviews, Reviews

Channing Tatum, playing army grunt John Tyree, and Amanda Seyfried as southern belle Savannah Curtis, would appear to be a match made in heaven; however, most scenes lack any chemistry between the two. They meet on a beach when... Read more »

Is the food good in hell?

Logan McMillan

February 17, 2010

Filed under Restaurant Reviews, Reviews

When I walked down a murky red staircase, underneath a chandelier of razor sharp knives, I knew I was about to have an interesting experience. When the lo-fi gospel music began to blare over the loud speakers, it was getting weird.... Read more »

Local pizzeria, homemade touch

Meredith Gallagher

February 11, 2010

Filed under Around the Corner, Reviews

While it doesn't serve up snack food, HomeMade Pizza Company, located in Calhoun Commons, is still a great place to stop after school. A Papa Murphy-esque pizza place, HomeMade will create a fresh, unbaked pizza with all the toppings.... Read more »

The Evolution of Michael Buble

Kate Schumacher

February 10, 2010

Filed under Reviews

Over the past years Michael Bublé's talent for music has significantly grown. Now when someone says "Michael Bublé" people turn there heads with the reaction of excitement. Bublé has become an extremely popular artist over... Read more »

Cold weather fun at Theodore Wirth Park

Alana Profit

February 10, 2010

Filed under Area Hot Spots, Reviews

Minnesotan winters tend to be lengthy and cold, but those that think there's nothing to do but wait for spring to hurry itself here are sadly mistaken. True Minnesotans embrace the five months of the powdery snow that covers the... Read more »

Top 5 romantic comedies

Logan McMillen

February 9, 2010

Filed under Reviews

When Harry Met Sally This movie poses the perfect question for a romantic comedy: Can men and women ever just be friends? I have never learned as much about relationships as I did from this movie. It took me years of re-watchings... Read more »

Stella’s satisfies fish-lovers

Kathleen Ambre

February 5, 2010

Filed under Restaurant Reviews, Reviews

The savory salty scent--sweet paprika, basil, and warm saffron--season the air like that of a coastal seaside, contradictory of the snow beneath my feet and the bitter-cold draft seeping through the front door. Ebony-stained hardwoods,... Read more »

Cafe serves up refreshing, original tea

Addie Reine

February 3, 2010

Filed under Restaurant Reviews, Reviews

Asian plants and fountains, incorporated into the chill aura of the contemporary mix, inspire a slightly more upscale version of a college coffee shop at The Tea Garden. The Tea Garden exclusively specializes in strictly tea and... Read more »