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Minnesota

  1. drunk animals
    ‘Drunk Birds’ Are Terrorizing a Town in MinnesotaIt’s avian anarchy in Gilbert, Minnesota.
  2. coffee talk
    This ‘Unapologetically Feminine’ Coffee Brand Sources All Its Beans From WomenCity Girl coffee company.
  3. on the offensive
    Restaurant Owner Bans Muslims As Payback for Recent Terror AttacksCustomers are now greeted by a “Get Out Muslims” sign in the parking lot.
  4. Bad Moves
    Customers Outraged Over Racist Placemats“I have felt sick to my stomach and stressed out since seeing that image on the table where I was planning to eat my food.”
  5. Health Concerns
    The Cause of Chipotle’s Latest Salmonella Outbreak: Tainted TomatoesYuck.
  6. Bad Ideas
    A Restaurant Somehow Thought an Adrian Peterson ‘Spank Your Server’The owner calls it “a bad joke gone awry.”
  7. Workers' Rights
    The Restaurateur Who Made Servers Pay Diner’s Credit-Card Fees Had a“We have always listened to our guests and our community,” said Blue Plate owner David Burley.
  8. Declined
    Awful Restaurant Owners Charge Their Own Servers When Customers Use Credit CardsTo help offset Minnesota’s 75-cent-an-hour wage hike.
  9. Bad Ideas
    Person Who Organized Nazi-Themed Dinner Says It’s Not That Big a Deal,Wearing SS uniforms is just like people who dress up at Star Trek conventions, he says.
  10. Just the Tip
    Waitress Gets to Keep $12,000 Tip That May or May Not Be Drug MoneyAfter police seize the cash, claiming it’s part of an investigation, the server fights to get paid.
  11. Mediavore
    Michael Jackson’s Chef Gives Testimony; Top Chef Vets Opening EverywhereKai Chase says she was making lunch when she learned of the dire emergency.
  12. Mediavore
    Downey’s: Was It Worth Rescue–ing?; McDonald’sPlus: Paperwork and Minnesota’s government shutdown could make MillerCoors beers illegal; and wheat, corn, meat and dairy prices are expected to continue rising, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Mediavore
    Off-Shore Drinking Ban Considered in San Diego; Sports Concessions Riddled withThe end of “Floatopia” might be drawing near, while eating at the game poses health risks.