Park Square Theatre's production boasts a strong creative team for an entertaining, but poorly written musical
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An Italian deli in Eagan makes subs fit for a Jersey cop
Formerly Mod Gregg Araki wears someone else's '70s 'Skin'
Listening to John Prine at the mouth of a freeway
Bert Blyleven: Clown, color man -- and the best eligible pitcher who's not in the Hall of Fame
Coaching third graders put me in touch with a fragile psyche: Mine
Local labels are redefining the way to make music
Hidden Theatre prances through painful memories and regrets; the Ordway sings to fraternal forgiveness
Root, root, root for the home team
Traversing the rough terrain between a father's expectations and a son's aspirations
Josh Wagner tips the scales at 150 pounds. The animals he tries to ride weigh ten times as much. Other than that, they're a lot alike.
The Short Fuses play greasy punk from the wrong side of the sock hop
With her comic new play, Minneapolis writer Bridget Carpenter gives new meaning to the term "Blue Christmas"
Peanuts and the monstrous, infantile reductions of neurosis
A scrappy little league pitches its last run
Even lesbians can learn to love Long Island.
They Made their kids paint over the graffiti and throw out the gang clothes, and they thought they'd seen thelast of the 2-1 Click. Then one of their sons turned up dead in a richfield parking lot.
Twins manager Tom Kelly believes in the simple things: a hard day's work and a steady hand at the wheel.
A view from the cheap seats of baseball past, present, and future.