A look at the psychoactive brew that brings users a spiritual payoff for their "work"
Bush With Bloodnstuff First Avenue, Minneapolis May 22, 2013 In the mid-90's, most music fans who passionately experienced the rapid rise of the grunge movement firsthand viewed bands like Bush, Stone Temple Pilots and their ilk with skepticism, painting them as illegitimate knockoffs who were just ... More >>
From poets and directors to comedians and dancers, the Twin Cities are teeming with creativity
Bob Dylan make one of the earliest "music videos" ever with a clip from D.A. Pennebaker's 1967 documentary Don't Look Back. Accompanying the masterful "Subterranean Homesick Blues," Dylan daftly tosses cue cards that wittily accompany his lyrics with the occasional misspelling ("suckcess").This w ... More >>
In case you hadn't guessed by now, Kanye West will not relent, he will not back down, he will not take a non-working vacation, he will not seclude himself on a remote island in a toga with Buddhist monks or exploit his life story in self-help book form or film a Twitter infomercial.No, West will ... More >>
Starting tonight at the Walker Art Center, museum goers can catch a glimpse of the life and influence of American icon Allen Ginsberg. The 1994 documentary The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg is an award-winning film, directed by Academy Award nominee Jerry Aronson.
But he can still tell you the best burger in town, whatever your price range.
Soul icon releases a new double album
It's always Saturday night in 'A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints'
Scorsese takes 200 minutes to preserve the mystery of Dylan
Bill T. Jones breathes life into his influences
Bobrauschen-bergamerica messes with convention
The Guthrie Lab goes bananas in 'Blue/Orange'
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
Latter-day beat Anne Waldman goes for blood
Kent Stephens's latest project is a play about a play about a rehearsal of a play about a novel
What we know--and what we don't--about methamphetamine's history, chemistry, and impact on users
Zadie Smith's Jamaican-British-Chinese-Jewish novel
With The Gospel According to St. Matthew, Pier Paolo Pasolini likened the Messiah's sacred flock to the lumpen proletariat
Battling beat Gregory Corso retires to the dead poets society
Twang's Eastern philosopher Jimmie Dale Gilmore weaves his strange life into an Endless Night
Long after the advent of the personal Web page, local zines and journals keep striving to change the world of writing with print runs of 200 copies
Where to find Yr Eglwys Yng Nghymru O'r Goncwest Hyd At Y Diwygiad Protestannaiddand other mysteries of the faith
Decades after their only recording, the Flatlanders ride their legend from the strange plains of Lubbock to a surprising reunion
The Source suggests that beatness is in the eye of the beholder
The never-ending showdown between a relentless poetic provocateur and the back-patting literary establishment that shudders at the very sound of his name
In the author-signed-book trade, literature meets the ledger
Kerouac and In Their Own Voices
Art Crimes, Susan Welch, Amiri Baraka, Edward Humes, Garry Wills, The Wife, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent, Sweet Nothing, Boz Scaggs, dEUS
PBS's The United States of Poetry tries to make verse sexy again.