There is an element of exaggeration in all good storytelling -- and not to say that Luke Redfield is lying -- but his new album tells a sweeping tale of a man who has lived 100 lives in the ten songs off of Tusen Takk, the culmination of years of hard work and traveling. The album emanates ... More >>
What a pleasant surprise it was to see this brand new song and video from Minneapolis singer/songwriter Dylan Hicks last week. For one thing it's been far too long to have heard anything new from the "Governor of Fun." He only recently showed up with new material in one of Terry Eason "Song-A-Day ... More >>
Hurling, skirts and kidneys, and post-modern lit-- Gimme Noise presents a short list of Irish pride.
Gimme Noise challenges its readers to tell electronic junk mail from the pinnacle of Western literature.
'Only Human' presents new approaches to portraiture at the MMAA
Ever wonder what happened to Tina Schlieske of Tina and the B-Sides? Six years after the band broke up and the singer left town, she has recorded a roots-gospel-country debut with an array of cool L.A. session guests--Elvis Presley guitarist James Burton (watch Tina's video), X drummer D.J. Bonebrak ... More >>
Her body is in the chair; Her mind is in the Emerald Isle
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
The dean of local rock writers, Jim Walsh, goes back to school
The Zanzibar Film Festival reflects the African island's position as a cross-cultural hub
Mapping the literary landmarks of the Twin Cities
The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival's Middle Week Has Hits, Sleepers, and Snoozers
Eyedea has gone from writing his story in a basement to rapping the cosmos on TV
A recommended reading list for people who live in big houses
A flimflammer takes responsibility for the future of his past in Bruce Sterling's Zeitgeist
The sins of the fathers
My Baby, She Wrote Me a Letter: University Theatre brings conspicuous wit and charming irreverence to an Oscar Wilde classic.
In a pair of wretched new titles, Oliver Stone and Gus Van Sant show off their bookish sides--and it ain't pretty.