Bryan Gerrard has been a fixture on the dance music scene since the '90s in Minneapolis, starting out as one fourth of the Minneapolis Soul Music collective that gave the former VIP Room its reputation for raucous dance parties. Today, Bryan is best known for his Celebrity Records imprint and, mo ... More >>
an interview with filmmaker Phil Harder
Filmmaker/chef/activist Daniel Klein kicks off his video series about eating sustainably in Minnesota by killing his own Thanksgiving turkey.
The sixth movie in the series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, hits movie screens at midnight tonight and the Mall of America is prepping fans with an all-day marathon of the first five movies.
Let's hope for the Strib's sake that it happens by the end of the month.
Did you hear the Republicans are building a smoking section at the Xcel Center?
From the constipated turncoat to the pathetic token to the veepstakes hopefuls. And about those hopefuls: Is McCain confused, or just toying with them (and us)?
To hear him tell it, Craig Newmark has had only the most trifling effect on the American newspaper business. "Somebody invented recently a myth that we're hurting newspapers," he complained to Philip Weiss in a recent New York magazine profile. "That appears to be an invention . . . We're a minor fa ... More >>
As if this weekend's fill of kids in funny costumes and Harry Potter parking lots weren't enough, here's one more way to celebrate the release of HP and the Half-Blood Prince. Harry & the Potters are a brotherly duo from Somerville, Massachusetts who write pop songs about three-headed dogs, the Dark ... More >>
T&A and the ol' Ultra-V make for the ideal American film festival
On the heels of Harry Potter, young adult books are sweeping the mainland. Why would grownups rather read about sorcery than sex?
In St. Paul and its suburbs, an unlikely coalition battles telecom giant AT&T