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  • Minnesotans Represent on Conan Tonight

    published Oct 19, 2007

    It's a Twin Cities bonanza tonight on The Conan O'Brien Show (NBC, 11:30 p.m.). Minnesota native (and rumored resident) Josh Hartnett will be pimping his vampire flick, 30 Days of Night, while local... More >>

  • Trick, or Treat?

    published Oct 19, 2007

    Who doesn't want approximately $2.79 worth in candy? This is the logic behind KMart's new seasonal television/internet synergy campaign, which promises free bags of goodies. Last Wednesday the megacon... More >>

  • Al Sicherman

    published October 17, 2007

    For those who have read the Star Tribune faithfully over the years, Al Sicherman is known for his columns on food, trivia, and humor, especially... More >>

  • City Pages Iron Fork

    published October 17, 2007

    Second Harvest Heartland does good work. The largest hunger-relief program in the Upper Midwest, the group will this year collect and deliver more... More >>

  • Jimmy Pardo

    published October 17, 2007

    Jimmy Pardo is reminiscent of the old-time comedians, though his material is very contemporary. "If you want to go back old-school," he explains,... More >>

  • Nancy Horan

    published October 10, 2007

    Nancy Horan's debut work, Loving Frank, took approximately seven years to pen and a least one complete rewrite. Regardless, the seemingly... More >>

  • Festival of India

    published October 10, 2007

    The Landmark Center does a pretty good job bringing culture from around the world to downtown St. Paul. Their Urban Expedition events are... More >>

  • David Sedaris

    published October 10, 2007

    David Sedaris is perhaps as well-known for being an elf for "Santa" in a department store as he is for being a personality on This American... More >>

  • Michael Perry

    published October 3, 2007

    They say that hope dies last. This is perhaps a statement that author, truck enthusiast, and optimist Michael Perry would agree with. In... More >>

  • Michael Perry

    published October 3, 2007

    They say that hope dies last. This is perhaps a statement that author, truck enthusiast, and optimist Michael Perry would agree with. In... More >>

  • Dirty Little Secrets

    published October 3, 2007

    As regular readers of Post Secret—a top-read blog where people send in colorful postcards in a rainbow of previously unspoken... More >>

  • Michael Perry

    published October 3, 2007

    They say that hope dies last. This is perhaps a statement that author, truck enthusiast, and optimist Michael Perry would agree with. In... More >>

  • Zombie Pub Crawl

    published October 3, 2007

    So, you've recently clawed your way out of the ground. You're a little dirty, a little stiff in gait, and you've got a Gatorade deep-down body... More >>

  • The Natural History of Minnesota Wine

    published September 26, 2007

    When asked to name the locales that produce great wines, places like California, Australia, Spain, or France might spring to mind. But why not... More >>

  • Kevin Kling

    published September 26, 2007

    As anyone who has listened to humorist Kevin Kling on NPR's All Things Considered will tell you, the man has a knack for making the mundane... More >>

  • Get a Clue- Girls Rock the U Scavenger Hunt

    published September 26, 2007

    A jail, a pool, under a bridge—these are some of the past locales for mini-concerts masterminded by Michael (sometimes with sibling Katie)... More >>

  • Kevin Kling

    published September 26, 2007

    As anyone who has listened to humorist Kevin Kling on NPR's All Things Considered will tell you, the man has a knack for making the mundane... More >>

  • Friends With You: Wish Come True

    published September 26, 2007

    For the next month and a half, the SooVAC has gone undeniably whimsical, colorful, and girly (an exclamation point on the girl). Miami-based art... More >>

  • Judith G Levy: Girls Brigade

    published September 26, 2007

    For the next month and a half, the SooVAC has gone undeniably whimsical, colorful, and girly (an exclamation point on the girl). Miami-based art... More >>

  • Ten Days of Oktoberfest

    published September 26, 2007

    Oktoberfest can be a dubious event around the Twin Cities. Sometimes bars with little or no Germanic ties will basically rechristen their happy... More >>

  • Bryce McCloud: Invasion USA

    published September 26, 2007

    Letterpress, the art of carving images into blocks that are inked and transferred onto paper, is an old and often neglected printing technique.... More >>

  • Rabbit in the Moon

    published September 19, 2007

    When trying to imagine what someone with the name "Bunny" might look like, some people might conjure up visions of soccer moms, others perhaps... More >>

  • Twin Town High Release Show

    published September 19, 2007

    If the Twin Cities had their own version of Now That's What I Call Music! the Twin Town High series might just be it. Local musicians... More >>

  • Joshua Furst

    published September 19, 2007

    Joshua Furst's first novel, The Sabotage Café, begins as teenager Cheryl packs her belongings (discman, cigarettes, Tori Amos T-shirt),... More >>

  • North By Northeast Music Festival

    published September 19, 2007

    The Club Underground website promises that this festival will be the "next, great, outdoor Minnesota music festival." And while the South by... More >>

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