A brief history of movie characters getting whacked in the balls
Writer-director-actress takes on everything that's wrong with movies—and she's bringing Chris Rock
Julie Delpy revisits some friends and neuroses from 2 Days in Paris
SEE ALSO:-- St. Paul has the safest drivers in the country, new study finds-- Edina drunk driver refuses to put down burrito, offers bribe, blows .284, flips bird during mug-- Bryan Hathaway, Duluth-area dead deer sexer, allegedly assaults officer at Wal MartDead-deer ditch sex, holding up traffic b ... More >>
Representing everything you hate about capitalism
W.W. Norton & Co.A local author's new novel channels Escoffier. Local novelist N.M. Kelby (In the Company of Angels and Murder at the Bad Girl's Bar and Grill are among her works) recently finished a book about the life of the famous French chef Escoffier called White Truffles in Winter. Th ... More >>
Lu LippoldOne of the many shrimp options at the buffetMy fortune cookie at the University Buffet said, "Think about your own mistakes rather than blame on other's faults" (sic). Had I not received this advice, I might have tried to blame someone for the soggy wontons in the soup or that weird ... More >>
Hmong Village, now open.Walking through the new Hmong Village in St Paul's East Side is truly a unique experience. Like the Hmongtown Marketplace on Como and Marion, the sheer volume and variety of food is astonishing with 35 produce vendors and 17 restaurants. Endless bubble teas, medicinal herb ... More >>
Alma GuzmanFood stalls at the International Market in St. Paul.The new Hmong Village at 1001 Johnson Parkway (just south of Lake Phalen) is having its grand opening this Saturday. And just in case you've never been to the International Marketplace or any of the other local ethic markets and a ... More >>
The Wild lose, the Gophers spoil what should have been an easy win, the Phillies play three innings to win the World Series.
Their crime? Covering the story
A Minneapolis author helps raise new questions about the King assassination
Writer-Director-Star Julie Delpy Creates a Zippy Comedy About Romantic Entanglements
D.C. lifer George Pelecanos writes about murder, drug feuds, riots, dog-fighting—and also a little violence
The Rookie of the Year and the Pistons first-round triumph are slam dunks. But who's the MVP and can the Clips clip the Nugs?
Kindergarten will never be the same again
Why would a giant of free jazz hang out with middle school kids?
Mad hatters and dancing words mark the end of 3 legged race
Director Darren Aronofsky tries for the kingdom in Requiem for a Dream
The Mpls/St. Paul International Film Festival swaddles the Cities in cinema
What to do when parenting styles differ
With her complicated hero, Miles Vorkosigan, Minnesota science-fiction writer Lois Bujold leads an expedition into inner space
In the murky underground of patriots, tax resisters, and cash-strapped working stiffs, Karl Granse's basement is Law Central. Now he's about to watch his most famous
The National Office and Museum of the International Organization of Good Templars occupies an unassuming facility
Rising repression means escalating tensions at Oak Park Heights, the state's only maximum-security prison.