Lady Gaga proclaimed yesterday that "Equality is the prime rib of America," simultaneously empowering and confusing the hell out of legions of GLBT activists as they rallied against "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." While the nation's top socio-political scientists try to decode what Gaga could have possi ... More >>
Pop Candy, the culture blog of USA Today, earlier posted some pictures of former Replacement turned Guns 'N Roses replacement Tommy Stinson taking a tour of a school for youngsters in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
Hoping for a successful date? Don't order spaghettiA first date can be a nightmare of anxiety. You want to make a good impression, so you agonize over what to wear, or you rehearse intelligent things to say. So for God's sake don't ruin it all by ordering some foolish food at dinner that is l ... More >>
Photo by Jon BehmSolid Gold return to First Ave's Mainroom tonight (where they last headlined our Gimme Shelter benefit for Haiti), and to get ready for the evening's festivities the band sent over this new video of their performance of "Get Over It" at a Vega Productions fundraiser earlier this ... More >>
Chuck U's "Geekadelic"
"It's not that I haven't been working, I just hate doing it," Twin Cities artist Chuck U says in an email to fans and friends about the recent update to his online Etsy store. Easily one of the Cities' most recognizable artists stylistically, Chuck is known for his intric ... More >>
Tommy Stinson is 43 years old. He's been playing music for 32 of those years. He's been in Guns 'N Roses for 12 years. He's supposedly been working on material with Paul Westerberg for two-plus years (whether those fuck-arounds will see the light of day is dependent on so many globules of m ... More >>
Photo courtesy Julie PearceJulie Pearce comforts an earthquake victim in HaitRemember Julie "Jitterbug" Pearce, the former reporter at KBJR-TV in Duluth who quit her job to put her nursing skills to work with relief efforts in Haiti after the massive earthquake there in January?
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Photo courtesy of HSRAThis week's cover story profiles St. Paul's High School for Recording Arts (aka 'Hip Hop High') and some of the talented students you'll find there. Savage, Dominoe and Lil C are all featured in the MPLS.TV documentary produced for the feature, but we figured you would be ... More >>