Steve Marsh


Eighties film icon Lea Thompson talks about directing her daughters in 'The Year of Spectacular Men,' not kissing her son in 'Back to the Future,' and growing up with a Minnesotan mother who sang and created art through her nineties. more

Arts & Culture

Bloodstone Cocktail from Marco Zappia

Photo by John Haynes

The star bartender from Martina created 'The Bloodstone'—a beet-infused take on a negroni—inspired by his interview in our June issue. more

Eat & Drink

Dog Park illustrations

Illustrations by Remie Geoffroi

Enough dog parks exist in the metro now that many dog owners can stick to their “local.” But an afternoon away game at the dog park can be an investigation into how the other half lives. more

General Interest

New owner Tony Zaccardi and former owner Lisa Hammer talk about the future of a century-old iconic Minneapolis bar. more


Poodle Blair with dog treats

Photos by Caitlin Abrams

A man and his best friend share a few of the choicest local dog dishes. Notes from the judge’s table (the floor). more

Arts & Culture

Cliffs at Crake Lake in the Boundary Waters

Photos courtesy of Steve Marsh

Same lake. Same boat. Same burgers. Same parents. What’s different about this picture? more

Travel & Visitors

As a Timberwolves fan, it's hard to know how to act in this situation. more

Arts & Culture

One of the MSPIFF's most enduring programs, Minnesota Made, focuses on homegrown work. In the spirit of this category, we thought it was time to define the Minnesota Movie Canon. more

Arts & Culture

Here’s the story of the alternate motor city that almost was—along with a few spots where you can still find a little bit of Minnesota in your car. more

Arts & Culture

Former President Barack Obama and Photographer Brad Ogbonna

Photo courtesy of Brad Ogbonna

Photographer Brad Ogbonna talks about his path from Minnesota to working with presidential portrait artist Kehinde Wiley in New York. more

Arts & Culture

Make Believe Neighborhood puppets at In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre


Puppet artist Burt Bach and musician Martin Dosh talk about Mister Rogers and how he shaped their perspective on Minneapolis, theater, and life. more

Arts & Culture

Make Believe Neighborhood at In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre.

Photo courtesy of In the Heart of the Beast Theatre

On his way to Heart of the Beast theatre's Mister Rogers-inspired show, Steve Marsh looks back on the time he got schooled by the master. more

Arts & Culture

Super Bowl LII celebration on the field after the Eagles win


Summing up the game day experience in the stadium, and for the city. more

Arts & Culture

It was a big day for this die-hard sports fan. And Randy Moss, too. more

Arts & Culture

Making the most of the circus that is Super Bowl Opening Night. more

Arts & Culture

Bikes in the Snow

Photo by Emerson Gutierrez

The greatest national sporting event in the Cities will take place on a Saturday—not a Sunday. And it won’t be televised. more

General Interest

Sid Hartman

Photography by Cameron Wittig

At age 97, Sid Hartman—the most powerful man in the history of Minnesota sports—isn't planning to go out on top. Column after column, show after show, he's determined to stay there. more

General Interest

U.S. Bank Stadium

Photo via Shutterstock

The $1 billion stadium would rise a mere Case Keenum bomb away from where St. Anthony Falls began to flow. more

Arts & Culture

Vikings game at U.S. Bank Stadium

Photo by Sydney Berry

This is the most Minnesotan thing ever. more

Arts & Culture

Inside the Stadium at the Coldest Vikings Game

Photograph by Tom Lynn/Sports Illustrated/Getty Images

At the coldest game, it wasn't (just) the low temperatures that destroyed us. more

General Interest