Vikings punter pries open the last closet in America: major league sports
The Guthrie's new show is a well-crafted failure
SEE ALSO:-- David Carlson, Kurt Bills' GOP primary challenger, is also responsible for an awful trailer [VIDEO]-- Dave Wellstone calls Kurt Bills' homage to his father "completely disrespectful"-- Kurt Bills' creepy Staring at the Future political film is laughably bad [VIDEO]David Carlson is taking ... More >>
With the countless accolades and awards that Bob Dylan has received throughout his 50-plus years in the music industry, you would think that he's achieved everything an artist can possibly hope for, and that there couldn't conceivably be another new honor that could be bestowed upon the legendar ... More >>
Station loses biggest defamation case in Minnesota history
Clint Eastwood directs inspired snapshot
Tom Emmer thinks Nick Espinosa should be arrested for assault and, uh, littering? When Tom Emmer ran into gay rights advocate/prankster Nick Espinosa at the Minnesota State Fair, it looked a lot more likely that Emmer would hurt Espinosa than the other way around. He didn't, but Emmer was pretty ... More >>
Moments like this will be missing from Iowa televison.Tim Pawlenty's campaign ads have made us laugh, they've made us cry. They've confused us, they've scared the hell out of us, they've induced our seizures. Now, they're going away.In the clearest sign yet that the Pawlenty for President campaig ... More >>
Bradlee Dean on Kurt Zellers: "He's a liar. He straight up lied."In late May, pastor Bradley Dean Smith, the subject of this week's feature, launched himself into the public eye by delivering a controversial prayer on the floor of the Minnesota Legislature. Smith, better known as Bradlee Dean, ... More >>
How a tracksuit-wearing homophobe became the MN GOP's favorite preacher
Are your papers in order?
Would the alleged blood drinker truly suck for Minnesota?
Perhaps his most risky joke was retelling a line from Chris Rock, when he says, "And George W. Bus ... More >>
Changes and progress very rarely are gifts from above"Changes and progress very rarely are gifts from above," said Noam Chomsky last week. "They come out of struggles from below. And the answer to what's next depends on people like you. Nobody else can answer it."In Haiti and Bolivia, Chomsky went o ... More >>
Did you hear the one about the Green Party pol who was convicted of bribery?
The director of 'JFK' was plotting his latest countermyth in 2001
Updike: Is a nation of Snackwells addicts and belly-chain wearers worth saving?
The convention for a Minneapolis City Council race ends in a deadlock
Three very similar Dems and a Green vie for the Second Ward's council seat
Was Anne Briseño fired because of budget cuts or because she criticized mayor Kelly's son?
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
Tht NAACP abandons its watchdog role over Hollman
Longtime civil rights activist and agitator Ron Edwards talks about the city he loves and hates
Could senate candidate Ed McGaa put a crimp in Paul Wellstone's plans?
The Broadway musical Jesse Ventura never wanted you to hear
Months After the Terrorist Attack in New York City, an Odd World Takes Shape
In a 29-film series, Oak Street Cinema puts Hollywood's most complicated decade, the Seventies, onscreen
The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival spins into its second week
An obscure conservative organization peddles Republican-sanctioned hip hop to the masses
A one-man show captures the complications Huey P. Newton faced in trying to walk like a Panther
Penumbra Theatre's campaign to build an ambitious new stage has the makings of an epic drama--or a nonprofit tragedy
A two-year-old brawl has south Minneapolis's most prominent gym on the ropes
Kitchen Militia moms storm the stage, AIDS activists howl in the wings, born-again virgins recite their vows, and the fight over sex education in school turns into the hottest ticket in town
Forensic pathologist John Coe has spent a lifetime examining skin, organs, and bones for answers to how and why we die
Five years ago Mike Hatch was just another failed politician. Then a dying woman walked into his office, and a crusade was born.
How We Lose the Race to Win
Found in the hands of Sister Anne
Dancing in the Street: A rarely produced play by Lorraine Hansberry shows the small man behind the most principled activist in the world.
A conversation with psychologist James Hillman-- about kids, shrinks, mythology, and death.
In the wake of Najarian and Shabazz, the U.S. attorney and former DFL prodigy finds his once-bright political future in question.