Tatiana Craine

Tatiana Craine

Tatiana Craine is the web editor for City Pages and manages the paper's online and social media presence. Craine also writes about A&E news and takes photos for City Pages. Her feature on Neil Gaiman won first place in the A&E category at the Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists Page One Awards in 2014. She loves Wes Anderson movies, making elaborate Halloween costumes, and eating too much candy.

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    Fargo season two, episode seven: "Did You Do This? No You Did It!" First things first: We haven't even made it outta the woods with this season, but we just got news that Fargo's coming back again for a third installment. No word yet on whether th...

  • 9 days ago | Film and TV

    Fargo season two, episode six: "Rhinoceros"  “You’re a little touched aren’t ya?” Hank asks Peggy after Ed’s carted off to the station (for having deserted the butcher shop inferno at the end of the last episode). In one of the best scenes th...

  • 16 days ago | Film and TV

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  • 23 days ago | Film and TV

    Fargo season two, episode four: "Fear and Trembling"  It’s war on all fronts for the folks on Fargo. The handful of minutes from last week’s episode when Hank and Lou debated whether or not the wars they’d fought in had come home to poison th...

  • 28 days ago | Halloween

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  • 1 month ago | Film and TV

    Fargo Season Two, Episode Three: "The Myth of Sisyphus"  In 1973, then-President Richard Nixon addressed the nation, stating his plans for drawing troops out of Vietnam as "peace with honor." Within days, Nixon pulled the troops out of the co...


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