The Minneapolis band hit the road, searching for inspiration in the desert
Her performance an offering to Hindu deities
It's one of the most popular educational games of all time
DFL dark horse outspends rivals
The Minnesota congresswoman gives Sarah Palin a run for her money
The well-liked brainiac is quickly turning from race's darkhorse to its thoroughbred
What Minnesota's governor needs to do to become No. 45
The senate race between the Republican incumbent and the former SNL comedian is the most expensive in the country
Tim Pawlenty racked up more vetoes this year than any governor in Minnesota's history. Is this the man we want to be vice president?
These GOPfathers are the power brokers you've never heard of
Profiles of the local film community
Modern times got you down? Sneak out of the house, creep down to the docks, and stow away on the good ship Decemberists
How Catherine Johnson stole the Fringe
With 'The Horrible Flowers,' indie filmmaker Eric Tretbar aims to prove he's still in bloom
St. Paul-Based filmmakers Lu Lippold, Dan Luke, and Laurie Stern fought a tough campaign for 'Wellstone!'
CP'S voter sign-up "scandal": Conspiracy? Friends having a laugh? What's the difference?
Gay bookstore A Brother's Touch thrived when queer culture existed behind closed doors. What it couldn't survive was life in the mainstream
Mapping the literary landmarks of the Twin Cities
Minnesota's senators were supposed to be the type to stand up for social programs, the environment, and civil liberties. So why are critics left and right accusing them of lying down on the job?
A multiracial, multidisciplinary extravaganza suggests people can find their roots in unexpected places
Two former lovers and six Minnesota writers unite in a serial short story
Minneapolis police said they raided a natural-foods charity in search of drugs. The people they routed say the cops' real fear was their politics.
If the governor can cash in on side gigs, why shouldn't the politician next door?
Jesse lit the fire. Now a group of legislators prepare to feed the unicameral blaze.
A journey through City Pages' past.
Turncoat. Chickenshit. Radical. Minnesota's senior senator has been called a lot of things. But president?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed with only one child? Stretched beyond your limits with two? Frazzled out completely with three? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have, say, five children? Six? Seven, eight, nine?
Ten destinations guaranteed to fight cabin fever.
One week on the evisceration line
Four years ago Lee's Liquor Lounge was just another dying neighborhood bar. Then this guy Nate calls the owner, Louie, and the place turns into--well, no one is quite sure what. But there's nowhere else like it.
Faith & Loathing: On the Campaign Trail With Paul Wellstone