Your Twin Cities bucket list from lawn bowling to parades
Betsy Hodges' latest endorsement is looking pretty good in more ways than one.SEE ALSO: Keith Ellison backs off Weiner endorsementSouth High School graduate turned world-famous movie star Josh Hartnett is throwing his support behind Betsy's bid to become Minneapolis mayor. That may bode well for Hod ... More >>
Bikes are the hottest thing in Minneapolis since Josh Hartnett.Have you heard that Minneapolitans have a crush on bikes?The rumored love affair was confirmed yesterday by new Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Shaun Murphy during his presentation of the city's first-ever Bicycle Account, a summar ... More >>
Photo: Chris YunkerIt's everywhere you want to be.Remember that snow storm last weekend? The one where you got towed because you didn't obey the snow parking rules while you were inside watching the Vikings get hammered by the Bears, all while nursing a Surly-induced hangover and trying to figure ... More >>
Zoe Lister Jones, Sam Rosen, and Brady KiernanTwin City actors, musicians, and the city itself are prominently featured in Stuck Between Stations, an indie flick directed by Brady Kiernan. The trailer includes shots of First Avenue, the Walker Art bridge, bike riding, and music by the dearly depa ... More >>
Local filmmaker Brady Kiernan's debut film, Stuck Between Stations, has been selected for IFP's 6th Annual Independent Filmmaker Labs. First profiled here, Stuck Between Stations' story of two young people searching for meaning over the course of a single random night in the Minneapolis undergrou ... More >>
Photo by Kris DrakeLocal director Brady Kiernan knows how to work. Since finishing his film degree in 2002, he's made his mark on the Twin Cities scene the old fashioned way, through blood, sweat, and skill. Working his way up has paid off with project after project: he's produced multiple ... More >>
Festival kicks off its 28th year in the Twin Cities
Oprah author shares his longevity plan
If you missed it at Block E, it's definitely worth taking a look on DVD. The flick is brimming with wit and hope--and every bit of it was filmed right here in Minneapolis.
These folks did well in the Aughts, and you can't have them, Hollywood. At least not for keepsies.
Project attracts star power of Josh Hartnett, Slug, and The Sopranos
Live shots from the weekend.
The State Theatre hosts a special red carpet premier featuring actual celebrities.
Perez made nobody while living in Hartnett's Kenwood house
Southwest is the ultimate place to pick up women. Flirt to Chicago on the cheap.
Hartnett won 20,000 pounds ($30,000) in libel damages from tabloid Daily Mirror after they reported on his alleged "steamy she ... More >>
Our homeboy Josh Hartnett is trying really hard to prove he is more than a hot stud from such classics as "40 Days and 40 Nigh ... More >>
For once, this season's movies don't ask you to check your brains at the door
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Josh Hartnett - After a cameo this spring in Sin City, Josh might be looking for his first Academy Award nomination by playing a savant with Asperger's syndrome, a type of autism, who's involved in a doomed relationship in Mozart and the Whale. Just ask Daniel Day-Lewis, Holly Hunter, Russell Crowe, ... More >>
Attention, Joshketeers! Josh Hartnett, Minneapolis's premiere (sole?) heartthrob, spent springtime in romantic Sofia, Bulgaria shooting Brian DePalma's long-awaited film The Black Dahlia. Supposedly, Hartnett hooked up with costar Scarlett Johansson ("ScarJo") in the process, effectively driving Jar ... More >>
What ever happened to Buddy Holly's fishing license?
Ten studio blockbusters that busted
Frank Miller's 'Sin City' expands nationwide
Checking in with some Minnesota music makers
Halo 2 brings gamers out into the night
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
Media people: I mean you no harm
Former Minnesotans Say the Twin Cities Cultural Scene Is Insular. Insecure. Unprofitable. Out of Touch. What Does It Mean to Live in an Artists' Paradise If Everyone Wants to Leave?
The Broadway musical Jesse Ventura never wanted you to hear
Family values and the fight against AIDS
Abstinence makes the Hartnett grow fonder in 40 Days and 40 Nights
'Black Hawk Down' Gets in and out of Somalia With No Questions Asked
O forces Shakespeare to concede to Gore
Pearl Harbor is a Bay that will live in infamy
Two teen flicks strain to make dying young seem cool