Sun-and-sex movie is like a Girls Gone Wild video by Godard
What do we want? BRAINS! When do we want 'em? .....BRAINS!That's right, the time is nigh for throngs of eager young partiers to don their rattiest zombie apparel for the 7th annual Zombie Pub Crawl, which for the first time this year will expand to cover both St. Paul's Lowertown neighborhood and ... More >>
2 Live Crew are one of the headliners at this year's ZPCAnyone who tried to set foot on the West Bank last year during Zombie Pub Crawl can tell you that the once modestly sized bar crawl has gotten a bit too big for its britches. What started as a 150-person tour of Northeast bars later moved to ... More >>
Bryant McKinnie, preparing for training camp.Bryant McKinnie is no longer the giant man on the end of the Vikings offensive line, thanks to his reported losing battle against weight gain.McKinnie was placed on the "non-football injury" list on Monday, which was taken to mean he was simply too out ... More >>
Screen grab via RadarOnline.comBrett Favre: "We want some pussy!"With the NFL looking into Brett Favre's alleged sexting, and his wife, Deanna, going on TV to say that faith is the only thing keeping her together, this new video can't be welcome news. It shows a boozing 23-year-old Favre in ... More >>
They've kept a live presence over the years, reportedly killing at the Soulstice festival in Float-Rite Park in 2004, and now hip-hop First Ammendment warriors/cornballs 2 Live Crew are in town for a show with Stereotype Click at St. Paul's Station 4, just as the openers and their extended clique (S ... More >>
Apparently they forgot to apply for an "electropunk permit" Not long after our history of the Varsity Theater went to press last week, the City of Minneapolis closed the venue pending further inspections. The 90-year-old Dinkytown movie house, which reopened in January as a multi-purpose perf ... More >>
How vaudeville, motion pictures, and hip hop came to Dinkytown through one controversial theater--now reopened with beds for seats!
Admired by rappers and ravers alike, DJ Boogie brings X-rated "ghetto house" to Minnesota
Rising rap star Slug is a master at putting words in order. Now why won't his life fall into place?
Is the white minstrelsy of the Insane Clown Posse more than skin-deep?