As anyone with functioning ears will tell you, there's never a bad time to hear Warren G and Nate Dogg's "Regulate." Whether you spend your days hitting the east side of the LBC or just watching your Above the Rim VHS, the classic song's always been a welcome presence. South Dakota rapper and Soulcr ... More >>
When Nicole Mary Kelby's new book, The Pink Suit, was released in late April, things couldn't have started any better. Entertainment Weekly picked it as the number one book for Mother's Day. It was highlighted on Oprah Winfrey's website. And sales were good. "I noticed that I was selling really wel ... More >>
On the eve of Sandman: Overture, the writer talks about his life and his work
For more than three decades, Weird Al Yankovic has turned pop music parody into high art. Always ready to turn a song into a witty commentary on the excesses of society and its stars, he has skewered everyone from Nirvana to Michael Jackson to Coolio to Miley Cyrus over the years. While Yankovic i ... More >>
Michele Bachmann has inspired us to desk-slam our heads more times than we can recall. But she's inspired others in more positive ways. SEE ALSO: Michele Bachmann has "sex appeal," top Pawlenty aide saysFor instance, she's moved author Trey Sager to write Fires of Siberia, "an old-fashioned bodice r ... More >>
A budding novelist struggles to find his soul in New York
BernsteinBooks.comRandy Moss just cost this author a lot of money.In addition to leaving Vikings fans high and dry, Randy Moss's weird antics have just killed a book deal for one of Minnesota's hardest-working sportswriters. Today was a very, very bad day for Ross Bernstein, Minnesota author ... More >>
The biggest literary asshole ever will be in town tonight signing his newest book.
The Body made a stop recently at the Mall of America to promote his new book, "American Conspiracies."
The former vice presidential candidate who later quit her job as Alaska's governor will be signing copies of "Going Rogue" Monday.
Denver alt-weekly restaurant critic Jason Sheehan's tales of "life, sex, love, and death in the kitchen" can be yours if you correctly answer two questions:
Unless you've been, I don't know, smoking crack in a northeast Minneapolis hovel you've probably heard something about David Carr's memoir documenting, among other things, his days spent smoking ... More >>
Fact-fudging memoirist James Frey is being hung for the wrong crime
What do the Rollergirls read to pass the time in the tour bus, the penalty box, and the hospital?
While still recovering from the news of James "Scotty" Doohan's timely death, it was recently reported that James N. Aparo, a DC Comics illustrator for over 30 years, has passed away at age 72. Starting in the late 1960's, Aparo drew Batman, Green Arrow, Aquaman, Spectre, and other titles until his ... More >>