The Civil Rights Movement was a big thing that happened, like, a really long time ago. Some people were being mean to other people who had darker skin. At least, that's what New York told us.Minnesota is one of 35 (!) states that got an F in the Southern Poverty Law Center's new report on the tea ... More >>
Hall: Integration ruined Minneapolis.One gets the sense that the late Alabama governor and presidential candidate George Wallace might have appreciated Burnsville Sen. Dan Hall's rant about integration on the Senate floor this week. "I watched Minneapolis get destroyed, so I not only didn't ... More >>
A Minneapolis author helps raise new questions about the King assassination
Whether or not Mike Hatch takes Lori Swanson up on her offer to come work with her, and for her, the Attorney General's office is in good hands.
Searchlights dazzled overhead. Champagne flowed in the streets. And it all started at the dome.
Drive-By Truckers call out for the southern discomfort of home
In the new blaxploitation, agitprop gets smoked by infinite jest
Lynyrd Skynyrd singer decapitated in drive-by truckers rock opera
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Seventies horror perpetrators cop the reality plea in The American Nightmare
Veteran filmmaker John Frankenheimer proudly defines himself as more craftsman than creator
Hollywood shifts to the slopes for another week of reeling opportunities
William F. Buckley rehabilitates the image of Senator McCarthy; Tony Hiss defends his family name
Etched in Memory: 4 Little Girls.
Two decades after his death, Elvis lights out for the territory.