Wes Anderson’s moving elegy for his teensy world
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
Well, this is weird. The Alexandria Lakes Area Tea Party is asking members to pray "perhaps more than once a day" for the conversion of liberal financier George Soros from atheism to Christianity.SEE ALSO: Mary Franson on DNC "God" debacle: "Peter denied Christ 3 times also" [VIDEO]"We are hoping th ... More >>
HTT's 2 Sugars Room for Cream delights for the third time
If you haven't heard Atlas Genius yet, fret not. Chances are, the Aussie indie pop band will be comfortably squished between the likes of MGMT and Arcade Fire in your rotation soon enough. After the release of their catchy debut EP Through the Glass, the band is on the road with the Silversu ... More >>
Occupy protesters moved into a foreclosed south Minneapolis home Saturday night. The protest almost failed at the beginning: Two occupiers were arrested after police descended on the house to evict the demonstrators. But the rest of the group retook the home, forming a human chain around the h ... More >>
Reviews from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
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From dusk to dawn with a notorious terrorist
The best things in life are free.
Better believe it: St. Cloud is one of 10 finalists in a worldwide search for the most livable city. Please hold your heart attack or laughter for later.
Inside: Jungle Theater, Trylon microcinema, Chris Baker, and Solo 1x2
The United States has one wretched president--and 6,000 ways to feel sorry about
Nestled in the middle of the Twin Cities, the tiny trailer-park city of Hilltop (pop. 766) has been getting shoved around since the day it was born
A new play, "Project 891", puts the spotlight on New Deal theater, HUAC, and the mother of all arts-funding debates.
Bedridden in Budapest: James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan in The Shop Around the Corner.
The Clinton-sanctioned expansion of NATO stands to cost U.S. taxpayers something over $30 billion--and this to repel a tattered Russian army
Márta Sebestyén & Muzsikás work in Budapest to preserve their country's oldest folk traditions. The only things distracting them are world tours, earnest foreign musicians, and unexpected Grammy awards.