In the Twin Cities underground jazz scene, if you dig just two more inches, you will hit solid gold. One of those jazz bands is the newly formed Toni Wolff's Dream Wedding. Subtle, yet intensely dark, the band's new self-titled album brings us jazz with a hint of punk. The songs tease with the prosp ... More >>
Floating with the live-aboards at the Watergate Marina and the St. Paul Yacht Club
Keira Knightley and Viggo Mortensen star
at Open Eye Figure Theatre through October 22612.874.6338
Disconnected dreamscapes from Band of Horses
How I survived a long weekend with Liz and Sheryl
"God is the silence into which we talk": A conversation with a modern mystic
Eighteen thoughts concerning the Hives
When Naomi Gaines threw her babies into the river, we were shocked. The truth is, her impulse isn't all that rare.
You might be a few moronic multiple-choice answers away from the prize of a lifetime. Or not.
Transvestites invade the films of Brian DePalma; a naked man reproduces Gustav Klimt and Siouxsie Sioux
Exploring a dialect of West Africa and hidden Korean history
Taking a beating from Black Dice--and loving it
Oak Street Cinema brings the neglected offspring of an American master in from the cold
Flaws and all, Robert Altman's latest fresco is eminently lovable
Two playful new novels ponder the possibility of second chances
Local Libertarians gathered at Mystic Lake Casino to fine-tune their message, play the slots, and practice the Ransberger Pivot
Many clients can't afford it. Builders are leery of it. When will ecologically sound housing reach the mainstream?
A conversation with psychologist James Hillman-- about kids, shrinks, mythology, and death.