Matt Damon and John Krasinski pit big business against small-town environmentalists in this hard-sell film
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Photos by Erik HessCadence Hip Hop Series w/ P.O.S. & Big Zach of KanserOctober 28, 2010Dowling Studio, Guthrie Theatre, MinneapolisThursday at the Guthrie things were busier than usual. "It's not too often that we've got a big play and a rap show," I overheard from near the box office, while ... More >>
And so begins the mild rumpus
Every once in a while the world punches you in the face. And right now the worlds of journalism and literature are still reeling from an uppercut to the jaw.
Ben Marcus & Heidi Julavits @ McNamara Alumni Center (U of M) From today's A-List: "Ben Marcus and Heidi Julavits are the power couple of McSweeney's East, the Diana and Lionel Trilling of the post-punk, post-Boom, post-Me, post-snark generation. (The West Coast version, Dave Eggers and Vendela Vid ... More >>
Arizonans fear the pink tacos, Clinton tells Canada not to try U.S. health care system, Big Brother comes to the playpen, USSR propaganda posters, McSweeney's jokes, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Beautiful (mostly) and all yours, our sneek peek at the 6th Annual 'Sound Unseen'
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What happens, precisely, when the time comes to replace the pope? That's a leading question of the day, and the world is drowning in a sea of reportage, speculation and handicapping regarding the coming scrum. It is getting to be a bit much. That said, Christopher Buckley's howler of a short st ... More >>
What do you do with a book that absolutely nobody in his right mind wants to put out?
Lit 6 give a story-readin' lesson to the beer-drinkin' crowd
The art-comics scene of the moment looks a lot like...the 1930s
They Might Be Giants talk about losing 'Friends' and corrupting nine-year-olds
Amid all the carnival barking of the fringe, we tell you which tent shows deserve your ten bucks
Reading Radiohead's abstract Amnesiac backwards and forwards
Writer Jeff Johnson stretches the truth and covers the spread
First-time novelist Zadie Smith maps the shifting plates of race and culture in postmodern Britain