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Director Eytan Fox and actor Ohad Knoller revisit the tale of a closeted Israeli doctor
In the wake of today's unspeakably horrible school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, many are calling for a tightening of gun laws.SEE ALSO:-- Rep. Chip Cravaack says guns in the audience would've prevented Aurora shootings [VIDEO]-- Allen Quist blames Accent Signage shooting on "deterioration of th ... More >>
It's said that it was a sweltering early autumn day in Rosine, Kentucky when a neighbor found Malissa Vandiver Monroe in her yard, strumming away furiously on her mandolin under the shade of a tree. Malissa was very, very pregnant with her eighth and last child, a boy who would be born on September ... More >>
Rock the Garden may be sold out, but there's still plenty of music that can be heard outdoors this weekend with the Stone Arch Bridge Festival returning after not possibly happening. Jimmy Cliff will be rocking the MN Zoo while up-and-coming Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers bring their Americana flavo ... More >>
A comedy of everyday absurdity merged with family tragedy
Leave it to the Turf Club to have something this audacious planned for 4/20. The evening is hilariously billed as 'Wade Boggs Wicked Boston Baked Bash,' and will feature a merry band of local characters all presenting something vaguely Bostonian throughout the night. Of course Marijuana Deaths ... More >>
Norm Coleman, Mitt Romney: In total, these two are 50 percent Jewish.Mitt Romney's campaign complained a while back that conservative Jewish voters were supporting Michele Bachmann out of confusion, thinking that Minnesota's most outspoken Evangelical Christian was Jewish herself.So Romney's camp ... More >>
Yes, that's a pile of kittensThere are cat lovers, and then there are CAT LOVERS. Crazy cat people from all across the cat insanity spectrum will be gathering at First Avenue tonight for the annual Rock for Pussy charity event, which invites local musicians to perform covers of David Bowie songs ... More >>
A mesmerizing sophomore album
Though much of their lineup had already been unveiled on their website, the Lyn Lake Street Fest has fleshed out its schedule and revealed all of its acts today, including Peter Wolf Crier's first local appearance in five months. As if that wasn't enough to get us salivating about summertime fun, ... More >>
Can American beer drinkers best the Germans? Wonder how your beer consumption compares to those of your counterparts in Belgium or Burkina Faso? The World Heath Organization recently released its comprehensive Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health (2011), which revealed some interesting ... More >>
Bachmann doesn't want the TSA copping a look and a feel.She says a lot of crazy stuff, and she keeps getting caught with her pants on fire, but here's something from Michele Bachmann that we can probably all get behind: She doesn't want folks getting groped by TSA agents. You know the deal b ... More >>
The theocrats never quit. One pet project: Turning the U.S. military into God's army. God's on our side, you see. And Rep. Michele Bachmann has just been skunked out in an attempt to further that project. The CD6 congresswoman tried to insert language -- without debate -- into a military spe ... More >>
Don't judge a faith by the actions of a radical few, Ellison saysIf you're Jewish and you don't like the way your people are portrayed on TV, you can complain. If you're Latino and you don't like the way Latinos are depicted on TV, you can complain. So what's the big deal when Muslims take ... More >>
You've got 10 bucks and two hours, and you don't want to waste any of it. We can help. Here's our guide to the best and worst movies playing this weekend. OPENING SEE: Ajami A contemporary crime drama edged with Greek tragedy, Ajami is set in a volatile, rundown quarter of Jaffa in Israel. The ... More >>
"Denied entry to Gaza - hostilities. On to Rafah. Tweet cha when I get there," writes Rep. Keith Ellison Friday morning on his Twitter account. The Minneapolis congressman had been accompanying a trade delegation of 16 U.S. corporations to Saudi Arabia, helping to open doors for bilateral co ... More >>
Norm Coleman wants you to vote for Pawlenty to save his health.
He's the Jewish Sublime. Take that how you will.
Thanks to Spamalot, the son of former St. Paul Mayor Randy Kelly is dating American Idol Clay Aiken
The Nobel Laureate deemed too offensive by the University of St. Thomas offers his thoughts in an exclusive interview
The Flaming Film Festival sets fire to familiarity
Indiana residents not big Aidan Quinn fans, smoking leads to webbed toes, the mustache rating system, from Mac Mini to Millenium Falcon, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Two restaurants cater to Minnesota's kosher community
Michele Bachmann heads an all-star cast of GOP Christian flat-earthers in the Sixth District
Nancy Hanlon says she met and talked with one of the 9/11 hijackers in a Rochester, Minnesota bar just weeks before the attack. Is it true? There's no telling for sure. Is her story plausible? Yes.
Novelist and historian Tariq Ali on the war and the antiwar movement
Nymphomaniacal roommates! Meta-Willy Lomans! Dancing Canadians! City Pages reports from the biggest, baddest Minnesota Fringe Festival to date
It should be remembered that the first plant Saddam used to make chemical weapons was built by the American multinational Bechtel with money supplied by the U.S. Agriculture Department.
A bunch of girls sitting around writing about sex.
Even the paranoid have real enemies.