There are a lot of reasons not to do this, but it seems to have worked out for this guy.
Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter is based on a bizarre urban legend about a Japanese woman who died in North Dakota on a quest for fictitious treasure.
Minneapolis's large Somali community has seen plenty of local youth recruited by extremists over the years, but some say the problem is inequality, not a lack of counseling or outreach.
After collecting her dead body on the day she died, police found out that 90-year-old Caryl Vanzo's son had taken her to the bank earlier that day to take out money in her name.
Lingering cultural opposition means last week's announcement by the feds that they won't prosecute marijuana laws on reservations is not exactly a game-changer.
Nearly two dozen socialists in the Midwest were hauled before a grand jury because an undercover FBI agent said they were talking about revolution. But speech isn't supposed to be a crime, even when it disagrees with the state.
Accused child molester, and pastor of what appears to be a made-up church in Minnesota, Jacoby Kindred, has created a public relations disaster for himself by opening his deranged mouth.
Shane Bugbee has been pissing people off since the early 90s with his obscene zines and satanic pornos. Shane and his wife Amy's most recent book and movie is the result of a year spent living on the road. They set out to make a scathing indictment of Ame…
While in Minneapolis for the first-ever Internet Cat Video Film Festival, we hung out with a few ladies who take their cats very seriously. Meet our new friends Squirrel the Kitten, Rex the Cat, Vanessa, Kai + Ro, Whitney, Lucien, and Artemis.
Last Saturday, over 300 cyclists gathered in Minneapolis for a 50-mile bike race in the freezing cold that featured nine checkpoints where they had to stop and take a shot. What could go wrong?
Are cops pushing drugs to activists in Minneapolis?