Park Square's newest show makes for tense, funny theater
by T. Charles EricksonOne happy family: the Guthrie's "Streetcar Named Desire" Tonight my finicky critic's keyster will be firmly ensconsed in a seat at the Guthrie for opening night of A Streetcar Named Desire (time, perhaps, to break out the Converse One Star button-up purchased for $3 at the W ... More >>
The coveted Fifi "Jurassic Park" AwardKim Kardashian, Usher, and Halle Berry were all on hand June 10th for the 2010 Fifi Awards, smelling like French harlots in a flower shop. Why? Because the Fifis honor, of all things, celebrity fragrances.That's right, an entire awards show just to honor vani ... More >>
Seems Ricardo Antonio Chavira will be traveling from Wisteria Lane to Elysian Fields Avenue this summer. Today the Guthrie announced that the Desperate Housewives player will be appearing in the iconic role of Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire. Now, St ... More >>
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The press was a royal pain in the neck for the privileged maker of 'Marie Antoinette'
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Air conditioning helps as sequels and remakes compete for your summer movie dollar
A couple in Duluth this week proposed renaming their street Wisteria Lane, based on the trifling but high-rated ABC show Desperate Housewives.
'Rollergirls' just might have legs
CITY PAGES BLOGS Diablo Cody delivers her Five Least Favorite Songs at the Pussy Ranch. Steve Monaco has your movie quiz question of the week at Couch Pundit. THESE DAYS Two months after ending his 16-year relationship with Capitol Records, country singer Garth Brooks has used his newfound freed ... More >>
Girl Scout mom who absconds with cookie dough may just deserve every nickel The story's in the Washington Post, but the lede (a little journalism jargon for you) is straight out of the "Good Morning America" scriptwriter's handbook: It took long weekends camped outside their local grocery stores a ... More >>
The Desperate Housewives finale was appropriately soapy (and stinging) So it's settled then: Mary Alice is a big, fat murderer who butchered naive, poker-wielding Deirde in a variation on the old King Solomon two-mommies boondoggle. Too bad, so sad. Any American who names their son "Dana" should b ... More >>
Just what the doctor ordered: Another blandly nervous blonde
Local band looks back to AmRep, looks forward to deafness
It's November 3. Let the rapture begin.
Has 'Sex and the City' moved out to the burbs?
Nothing gets between Curtiss A and Jeopardy!