As is always the case with the TimberTrolls' work, it's pretty cool -- and prominently features Ricky Rubio.
The Minnesota TimberTrolls: From Spain with love, and GIF images [VIDEO]
|This was a big moment for the Society of Women Engineers, whose president lives in the Twin Cities.|
|Serge's stunt coincided with the busiest day in the fair's history.|
|K-Love is a beast, but it's time for a change of scenery.|
:::: UPDATE :::: Here's the police report about that crazy SuperAmerica ruckus
Scenes from the ruckus.
A wild and woolly brawl at the SuperAmerica on Lyndale at 22nd Street in south Minneapolis was filmed by a bystander. The footage was later published on Facebook.
The seven-minute melee involves fisticuffs, a fire extinguisher, broken car windows, threats of gun violence, and exactly zero cops.More »
A reader named Michael got in touch and sent us video he shot of that road sign on St. Paul's Shepard Road that was messed with last week to read... well, you can see it at the top of this page.
Courtesy photo used with permission of Neal Lambert Raising awarness about the plight of local moms...
Michael was so shocked to see the message about local moms and their needs as he drove along that he pulled off and shot a few seconds of footage, then set the clip to Frank Sinatra's "My Way."More »
A couple days ago, the Minneapolis Police Department released a video entitled, "How you can recognize the 8 indicators leading up to acts of crime and terrorism." The clip was produced using federal dollars and the help of a nonprofit called the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL).
A Minneapolis cop who looks to be Anderson Cooper reports a suspicious bag in the skyway.
As the name indicates, the video, narrated by Vikings receiver Greg Jennings and WCCO TV news anchor Amelia Santaniello, is meant to provide easily digestible information about terrorism prevention for everyday Minneapolitans in an at least somewhat watchable format. And while its release the week before thousands of out-of-towners arrive in town for the MLB All-Star Game might seem like more than a coincidence, MPD spokesman Scott Seroka says it mostly is.More »
|At right, a couple scenes from Post's parody of the "Uptown bro."|