The latest installment is filled with the makings of a summer blockbuster hit
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The incomparable Canadian songstress Joni Mitchell turns 68 today. And while her own stirring music certainly stands proudly on its own, some of the most famous recordings of her songs have been done by other musicians. The list of artists who have covered Mitchell's songs over the years is a ... More >>
Franchise still going at warp speed decades later
Rappers were hot. Smokers were cold. Rockers were on Myspace. And sometime after the last Katrina benefit, we wrote it all down for you.
Ten (or eleven) more Funkytown favorites
We crowd-surfed with R.T. We bar hopped on light rail. And between some of our precious last sucks on a cigarette at the club, we scribbled it all down on a cocktail napkin.
Is there no one in Minnesota who can handle the job?
Exploring TV's final frontier: The syndicated action series
You thought Bigfoot sightings went out with Pop Rocks and moon boots. Try telling that to Mike Quast, who is convinced the creatures are alive and well and living in Minnesota.
Minnesota's own Dr. Demento talks about corporate radio, the Meat Puppets, and 30 years of weird records
The never-ending showdown between a relentless poetic provocateur and the back-patting literary establishment that shudders at the very sound of his name
Keeping the Faith: A Hasidic boy recites his prayers in A Life Apart: Hasidism in America.
In a pair of wretched new titles, Oliver Stone and Gus Van Sant show off their bookish sides--and it ain't pretty.