A woman who went to the Reverend Mark Huberty seeking spiritual guidance wound up in a sexual relationship with the priest instead, according to her account of events.SEE ALSO: Priest reportedly approached young men at Barnes & Noble, asked, "Are you fucking horny?" Huberty, a priest at the Chu ... More >>
A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
In a music scene built around Minnesota nice, it's risky to name your band Haters Club, but the Minneapolis group is spreading their "hate" all over town. The Golden Age of Haters Club is a collection of songs that sit comfortably together, even when they shouldn't. With dynamic beats and abysmal hu ... More >>
Even Jesus and Mary attended the show. Both approved.
Want to get your bike past St. Peter? Then let a priest sprinkle it with holy water.
The beleaguered music-maker's Mecca has become the Temple of the White Elephant
Aged. Inflexible. Patterned. Out of touch. Unclear. These were the musical and performative conditions projected from Hagar’s every gesture and vocalization upon the political pretense of the ... More >>
Paul Fonfara finds life ain't easy for a man with haunted visions
'Jerry Springer the Opera' Is Gleefully Profane
Why in God's name did Steve Carell take the paycheck?
Angelina Jolie kidnaps Daniel Pearl's movie
Embattled boxing commissioner goes 10 rounds with Satan
Conception is far from immaculate in teenybop 'Nativity Story'
Meet the Handsome Family: The story of the band that forgot time
Five-hundred children separated from their parents during Katrina have yet to reunite, BVM with a condom on in a Jesuit mag, Cheney and Rumsfeld visit Brokeback Mountain, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
South Park gets in trouble with Catholics, AFI's top movies of the year, latte art, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Eliza Gilkyson peeks out from the foxhole
When Paris Hilton announced her ugly split with Nicole Richie, her disciples trembled in their Mukluks. After all, Paris just isn't Paris without a second banana to prop up her tremendoid ego. Perhaps sensing this mass anxiety, Paris has named Kimberly Stewart (Rod Stewart's hard-partying, vag ... More >>
The new Walker building has lots of spectacular angles and a robot monkey's face on its exterior. Oh, yeah: It has art inside, too. At a Walker press preview earlier this week, Walker Art Center Director Kathy Halbriech said the new building is "about relationships." The Center's irregular design d ... More >>
Sally Wingert stars in a one-woman family reunion
Jennifer Tilly fakes it so real, she's beyond fake
'Chicano Visions' flips the bird at the traditional high-art canon
Theatre Latté Da tries something wilde; Pillsbury House goes to war
Nestled in the middle of the Twin Cities, the tiny trailer-park city of Hilltop (pop. 766) has been getting shoved around since the day it was born
The Walker's "Ultrabaroque" frolics in a funhouse of Latin American art
It's Only the Blood of Brothers That Flows Through Tolkien's Episode I
Brave New Workshop Scrimps on the Gift of Laughter; Words Fail the Cheap Theatre
With her latest novel, The Weight of All Things, Sandra Benítez argues for the redemptive powers of narrative confession
With The Gospel According to St. Matthew, Pier Paolo Pasolini likened the Messiah's sacred flock to the lumpen proletariat
An abstruse exhibit at the Walker pushes the art of painting out of its gilded frame and into the pages of a textbook
Where to find Yr Eglwys Yng Nghymru O'r Goncwest Hyd At Y Diwygiad Protestannaiddand other mysteries of the faith
Outward Spiral's queer Creation; Park Square's suffering sisters
Sparing our kids from our terrors
Though weighted down with everything from CD players and wine glasses to Mexican-flag fringing, lowrider bikes are a fast way to get noticed
Santacruzan, the annual Filipino festival, lights up the Majestic Ballroom
Cut short: Eamonn Owens and Stephen Rea in Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy
Terri Sutton scours the concrete for something wild.
La Vampira: Maria Callas is baaaack.
The terrible compassion of Mary Jo Copeland.
It doesn't really matter whether he overtakes KQ and Tom Barnard. Either way, Howard Stern wins. And local radio loses.