Minneapple vs. the Big Apple
Compliments of the founder of this site and the associated Happy Hour, let me present you with arguably the most-relevant-to-this-blog article that I could possible imagine.
In it, the good people at the A.V. Club give a quick run-down of the ways in which Minneapolis out-classes NYC. It’s mostly tongue-in-cheek, but it’s an appreciated reminder that Minneapolis isn’t just a smaller version of a ‘real’ city – we’ve got our own thing going on! Here’s the introduction to the article:
It’s a nickname that waxes and wanes in popularity, but no matter how you spell it (Minneapple, Miniapple), the implication is clear: It’s cute to consider the Twin Cities to be a bite-sized version of the Big Apple itself. Sure, we love New York like a brother, and yes, the Twin Cities are known to have theater, art, food, music, and comedy scenes on par with New York’s in quality, if not quantity. But do we Minneapolitans and St. Paulites really consider our towns to be nothing more than a microcosm of NYC? We at The A.V. Club think not. To prove it, here’s a list of things that the Miniapple has and the Big Apple doesn’t.
Also – any Minneapolitans living in NYC happen to be on this flight?