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November 2008

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Tough Economy Not Always Tough on Restaurants

Minnesota Public Radio hosts Minnesota Monthly's Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl to discuss how the economy is — or isn't — affecting local restaurants.

2008 Tamarack Award Podcast

Listen to fiction author Pamela Carter Joern read her winning Tamarack story, "The Fireman."

Behind the Scenes: "True Values"

Assistant managing editor Courtney Lewis speaks with food reviewer Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl and features three of Dara's top picks for the best restaurants worth your buck.

Worth It or Skip It

Style editor Elizabeth Dehn shares the latest beauty products on the market with Rebekah from Twin Cities Live and tells us whether they're worth purchasing or skipping!

Best Restaurants for Any Budget

Watch Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl discuss her "True Values" feature with Twin Cities Live hosts John & Rebekah.

MN Restaurants That Stand Above the Rest

Minnesota Monthly's Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl discusses Minnesota's best meals for your money with WCCO's Heather Brown.

Latin Love

The best thing to happen to happy hour since jalapeño poppers: Barrio Tequila Bar.

November 2008 Listed

The inaugural Twin Cities Fresh Taste Festival presented by Minnesota Monthly

Best Restaurants

Where’s the boeuf? And the guacamole? And the best bento box in the Cities? Our critic spotlights the tastiest tacos, the finest French, the biggest buffets, and more.

Stretching Her Legs

Hockey politics, Keillor exposed, and more

50th and Xerxes

For quiet, quirky, and satisfying shopping, head to this charming crossroads in southwest Minneapolis


Charles Darwin meets Ralph Lauren at Luehmann in Minneapolis.

Live Bait

What we talk about when we talk about our guys

November 2008 Style File

The latest beauty buzz, store openings, and more

Infant Fears

Concerns about toxins in plastics have some state lawmakers up in arms. Will Minnesota be the first state to ban bisphenol A, a common ingredient in hard plastics?

Outside the Lines

Amy Rice’s distinctive paintings have art aficionados buzzing both at home and abroad. Here, the artist talks about her newfound fame—and the dog incident.

Chakra Balancing Massage

iPhone, Therefore I Am

The search for Happiness 2.0

Dear Paul

Expert answers to your most dire questions

What to Drink Now