Issue Archive

past magazine issues by year

Adopt-A-Metropolis

why love or hate the Twin Cities when you can do both?

At Rock Fest a few years back, Sammy Hagar was telling the crowd ...

Suite City

Metropolis Hotel, just opened, anchors attractions off of I-94

A lot of hotel owners think that they can decorate themselves, but I ...

Shortcuts | July 31, 2008

As of Aug. 12, Chippewa Valley Community Television will move to new channels.

Police Reports | July 31, 2008

lessons we`ve learned from local police reports

éPetty" theft means that you`re éfree fallin`" into a $260 fine.

Chalk It Up

Volume One`s Chalkfest brings temporary art to Wilson Park

This year will mark Chalkfest`s official launch as an event all its own ...

Getting Pretty Handsy

For the past few years the Children's Museum has used a new way to raise funds ...

Chiller In the Heat

forefathers of EC hip-hop looking to claim their spot in the national scene

Halfway through the summer heat, hip-hoppers Frozen Tundra are refusing to thaw.

Building A Legacy

15-year-old Cayla Kluver releases first novel to national distribution

At 3am, while most people are sound asleep, perhaps dreaming of faraway kingdoms ...

Juggling The Kids

local dad connects with kids through knife-tossing

One of our first shows was at a nursing home, a show we fondly refer to as Dante`s Inferno.

The Economics of Eating

professor studies effect of buying local food

éNow is the time to study the impact of local foods," says Jamelske, explaining that ...

Comical Culture

George Carlin treaded on taboos, captivated audiences with their own nature

George Carlin was a comedian who took pride in one particular concept - the power of words.

I Wish It Was Livelier

a newcomer`s one-sentence summary of downtown

At one point he remarked, éDowntown`s nice, but I wish it was ... livelier."