Warehouse Eyes collaborators Christopher Williams and Jennie Lahlum have been dating for quite some time. In fact they're now engaged, but up until two years ago, they'd never considered making music together. Christopher half jokes "It took me about a year after we started dating to convince Jennie ... More >>
Wes Anderson’s moving elegy for his teensy world
Minnesota Fringe Festival celebrates 20 years in 2013
Keira Knightley and Viggo Mortensen star
Minneapolis has the well-earned reputation as the top biking spot in America. In fact, that rep has apparently spread all the way across the globe, and now the Australian media has come, like anthropologists studying some far-off tribe, to learn about our frigid little bicycling paradise.Of cours ... More >>
Reviews from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
From dusk to dawn with a notorious terrorist
Our quest to find the best sandwiches in the city lead us to Dinkytown in search of killer Chicago beef.
Restaurant Massacre in St. Paul; Top-Secret Most-Ambitious-Restaurant-Ever Debuts in Minneapolis—What a Season!
What's the wallaby on the label of that shiraz trying to tell you? What about the syrah label featuring a generic chateau? Dear Dara answers all your peskiest wine questions.
Jerry Trooien has already spent millions promoting The Bridges, the $1.5 billion St. Paul riverfront development that city government keeps on spurning. No matter: He knows they'll come around someday.
The most extravagant cookies in the Twin Cities revealed, devoured
With lusty seniors in Rio and hard-driving cabbies in Lima, filmmaker Heddy Honigmann makes her home in the world
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Searching for a new network of fans, local bands tune up, log on, and drop out
The Twin Cities mark the occasion of Charles Schulz's retirement by scrambling to turn him into a hometown hero
For 30 years Milo Fine has been improvising music--and revising himself
Ninety-three films, three projectors, and the whole wide world
At age 59 jazz singer Andy Bey is moving from the fringes to the mainstream and making the best music of his strange career
A new play, "Project 891", puts the spotlight on New Deal theater, HUAC, and the mother of all arts-funding debates.
I Am He As You Are He As You Are Me, And We Are All Together: Danny Hoch mimics all in a show at Walker Art Center.
Global warming isn't just a theory anymore. Now the arguments are about how dire the changes in world climate will be, how soon they'll come--and what, if anything, can be done to moderate them.
Voters in France may be in the midst of delivering a rebuke to the "global Clintonism" hailed by the press in the wake of the British elections.