The Replacements are back at work. As the festival season approaches, Paul Westerberg, Tommy Stinson, and the rest of the guys are content to post short videos to give us just a miniscule taste of what's to come.This time, according to Stereogum it's at legendary L.A. studio Sound City. You can make ... More >>
Andrew Bird doesn't like to call himself a writer. With the classic humility of a Midwesterner, he says, "It's just something that happens when you get up in the morning. It's not a big deal." The maestro -- who has a huge resume of artist friends including Neko Case, My Morning Jacket, and Ani DiFr ... More >>
The bluegrass quintet will release Palomino on April 13.
Lookbook will sweep the East Coast, while OFTT is donating tour proceeds to the Red Cross for Haiti relief.
With Testament too? And guess what--tickets are $10.00 cheap.
A Kentucky woman doesn't take kindly to how a newspaper treats our District 6 congresswoman.
Get our your rulers, boys. Time to see how you measure up with the rest of the country.
Hard-working, hard-touring musician has never quite made the big time —and that's fine with him
Juvenile premise can't overshadow great performances, dialogue
Blame it on your lying cheating cold deadbeating two-timing double-dealing mean mistreating loving heart.
His new record, Us, will hit stores September 22.
Money magazine ranks the Minneapolis suburb No. 2 in the nation for its small-town charm and natural surroundings.
The Kentucky Derby's a great excuse to make some weird, delicious food you've never heard of.
Grab your Jesus Quintana hairnet and prepare to get your dude on. Just don't let your fingers get stuck in your bowling ball.
The NCAA stuffing Minneapolis' attempt to host a Final Four, the NCAA humiliated the city by shouting 'NOT IN YOUR HOUSE!' right in its face.
Twenty years after their heyday, the anti-racist Baldies recount the rise and fall of a notorious Twin Cities scene
The Mounds stages both a sendup and celebration of life in the theater
Rappers were hot. Smokers were cold. Rockers were on Myspace. And sometime after the last Katrina benefit, we wrote it all down for you.
Okay, so the idiot pulled a fast one last week, actually picking 11 winners out of 15 games. My percentage is now up to 44, which means if you've bucked the idiot from the start, you'd barely have any coin after paying the vigorish. But you'd still be ahead, my friend, and I'm guessing my idiocy wil ... More >>
Leave your family. Throw away your money. And don't worry. You'll never regret having done it.
Jeune Lune's production of Molière's tragicomedy is stylish, yet lacking in substance
What ever became of St. Paul cop Jon Loretz's bar brawl? Nothing.
Is the bus shutdown part of the Governor's grand plan?
Quentin Tarantino gets medieval on our asses in 'Kill Bill Vol. 1'
Despite midseason doldrums, the twins reward the faithful with a second straight pennant
A drama about grieving fathers trips over unwanted kids
My Morning Jacket's At Dawn sounds like a country of sadness
The surreal world of sickness from a child's perspective
The betting favorite in the upcoming Run for the Roses is undefeated--and somewhat politically incorrect.
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.
Twenty-five years after the passage of Title IX, a Supreme Court decision may have finally convinced the University of Minnesota to beef up its women's athletic program.
Getting The Point