Here's an essential bit of Twin Cities lore that'll live out its days as a conversation starter on your coffee table -- or, depending on your living situation, perhaps your milk crates or mini fridge. Ex-City Pages music editor Jim Walsh has assembled another book detailing the Replacements in all t ... More >>
Longtime local music supporter Jazzy J (born Phil Henricks) lost his battle with cancer on Friday at the age of 60. Known for his work with the independent music portal Twin Cities Radio, Jazzy J was a friend to many in the community -- his Facebook wall has already been flooded with messages fro ... More >>
Friday night was one for the history books.
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Booker Pete Christensen says he'll turn Eat Street into Beat Street
The photo exhibit provides a unique glimpse into the local folk scene.
What kind of woman takes a shine to cleaning the crap off your shoes?
The hair, the rage, the lust. The six-to-eight-week wait for shipping and handling.
The greatest Minnesota-made records of all time
Columnist grows to appreciate another kind of weed
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What are those little white boxes with wires telling us to do?
The 10 (or 28) best local albums of 2004
It's November 3. Let the rapture begin.
Kindergarten will never be the same again
Everything I need to know I learned in the cereal aisle
What we talk about when we don't talk about love
Never mind the bright lights--walk on water.
On working and wondering
Nick Coleman flees the Pioneer Press. The Star Tribune hires another lippy white guy.