There's nothing funny about the Minnesota native's comedic success
On playing bass, touring with Prince, and working weekends
Minnesota's biggest annual hip-hop showcase enters its fifth year
Twitter is abuzz this morning with the breaking news that the White Stripes, one of the most influential lo-fi rock duos of the early 2000s, have officially called it quits after a few years of hiatus. The White Stripes' final album, Icky Thump, was released in 2007, and Jack White has since shif ... More >>
Who shrank my Snickers?!The other day, a fellow City Pages staffer was ranting er, remarking upon the reduced size of the miniature, or "fun size" candy bars in the assorted mix of Halloween treats he'd purchased. "The Three Musketeers, is now like one-and-a-half Musketeers!" he bellowed. I ... More >>
Crack open our Twin Cities Local Music Yearbook and reminisce on an effed-up year
The Original Mark Edwards in his basement of lonely loops
Prince went to Vegas. Smokers went to Maplewood. Tapes 'N Tapes went to the moon. And sometime after the last zombie dance party got busted, we wrote it all down for you.
The growing pains of Conan O'Brien
Much-hyped local bands Alva Star and the Domo Sound look to censor the writer and conquer the scene
Can a rock band-cum-theater company turn its audience into enlightened perverts?
When Trip Shakespeare broke up, Matt Wilson marched off to war against his muse. Five years later, this exacting songwriter returns from the front with his first solo album.
We list the best of the best of 1997.