Aaron Landry

Aaron is Producer and Co-founder of the Heavy Table. He has a multidisciplinary background in online media, politics, and technology. He loves pizza, cheeses, and almost anything that can be drunk. Born and raised outside of Stillwater, MN, he has called both Saint Paul and Minneapolis home. Aaron now lives in Washington, D.C. His personal site is aaronlandry.com

Meritage Oysterfest Photos, Some St. Paul Farmers’ Market History, and Morning Roundup

Nom Nom Foodie beautifully shoots and writes up Meritage’s Oysterfest 2012, SPNN’s Emily Noble has a great video interview on the St. Paul Farmers’ Market’s Xang Vang, Zen Box Izakaya has some photos from their one-year anniversary, Peter Groynom walks through making your own simple syrups, City Pages briefs Gray House, and Ryan on MNBeer considers the possibility […]

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Town Talk Diner to Close Today at 3:00

The Town Talk Diner, having its share of ups and downs, is closing its doors for good on Sunday, January 16, at 3pm, according to server and bartender Sean Aulbach. After spending the evening explaining to customers they don’t have half of the menu available, he told the Heavy Table: “I feel terrible for everyone […]

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Join MinnPost For Mini-Roast, Their 3rd Birthday Celebration [Sponsored]

Monday, Nov. 8, 2010, 6-8PM at Hell’s Kitchen: for just $25 (or $15 for MinnPost member-donors), Mini-Roast supports high-quality local journalism and features an appetizer buffet, birthday cake, and coffee with free giveaways including tote bags, bumper stickers, and buttons. Hell’s Kitchen’s stage will feature Jay Weiner’s This Is Not Florida Recount Rap, distribution of MinnPost’s […]

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And Now a Word For Our Sponsors

We’d like to take a moment to acknowledge some of our recent sponsors — without them, our writers, editors, and photographers wouldn’t get paid, and we wouldn’t have a daily magazine to share with you. We are thankful for their support. 1919 Root Beer The Black Forest Inn Crispin Cider Company Darla Kashian of RBC […]

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Edesia Cookbook Review: August 23

The Edesia Cookbook Review, a fairly regular Kim Ode-hosted event at Barnes & Noble in the Galleria in Edina, gets started after a month break at 7pm tonight, August 23rd. This month’s guests are James Beard finalist Raghavan Iyer and Lee Svitak Dean, Taste editor for the Star Tribune and author of Come One, Come […]

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