Last week, Disney Studios announced its classic 1992 animated film Aladdin will be making its Broadway debut in 2014. While Disney produced several home runs on stage, the potential nostalgia factor this has for '90s kids is absolutely off the charts. Why let Disney have all the fun when the '90s pr ... More >>
-- Michele Bachmann pledges to ban "all forms of pornography"
-- GOP platform's new anti-porn stance mirrors Bachmann's pledge
It's not exactly a secret that our beloved villain member of the House of Representatives Michele Bachmann hates porn. But after years of heari ... More >>
Das Racist With Spyder Baybie Raw Dogg and 2% Muck, Illuminous 3Triple Rock Social Club, MinneapolisThursday, April 5, 2012It was hard to know what to expect at Das Racist's first Minneapolis appearance. The group's cryptic and comedic approach to post-modern hip-hop is so goofy, strange and listles ... More >>
John C. Calhoun. Can we find a better name for his namesake lake?Lake Calhoun is named after John C. Calhoun, once a U.S. senator, vice president of the United States, secretary of war under President James Monroe, and the force behind the construction of Fort Snelling. That's why the lake bears ... More >>
TPTVentura doesn't trust you.After growling about the failure of Republicans and Democrats in the Legislature to deal with the state's budget woes, and calling for the abolition of all political parties, former Gov. Jesse Ventura went on record believing that, "All Minnesotans are liars."
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Is anybody's dad a vegetarian? Good. Because we're going with an all-meat theme for our Top 5 Father's Day picks.
Our first choice? Pick up the goods at Clancy's and grill your own. The Linden Hills butcher sells steaks, ground beef, poultry, and more, all from local purveyors whose a ... More >>
Sara Jane Olson, who at the time of capture received a lot of sympathy as a terrorist reformed as a housewife, is coming back to serve her parole in Minnesota. Apparently now after her time in jail she isn't safe to have around.
Sarah Jane Olson, the 1970s radical who hid in St. Paul for nearly 25 years after participating in a deadly bank robbery, is scheduled to be released from a California prison next week. Authorities think she'll head to Minnesota.