Celebrity stylist Natalie Hale says people should stop picking on Bachmann's make-up.It seems that being Michele Bachmann's celebrity stylist isn't all a bed of roses. Since news broke that Bachmann paid $225 for hair and make-up to Natalie Hale before the 2010 election, the stylist-to-the-stars ... More >>
Michele Bachmann's go-to glam artist, Natalie Hale.News broke this morning that Tea Party Congresswoman Michele Bachmann spent $225 on hair and make-up for election day, and her stylist of choice is a woman by the name of Natalie Hale."The receipt was for the services of professional makeup artis ... More >>
Rourke gets back in the ring with The Wrestler
For this edition of "Five Songs About," we decided to double our pleasure. Christmas is a special time of year, and we found way too much here (and way too little we could justify leaving out) -- so you get 10 songs for the same low, low price. Moreover, we tried to go a little further off the bea ... More >>
Stephanie and Kelly Kinnunen didn't quit their jobs, sell off their worldly possessions, and move into a motel in order to launch a new magazine about patio furniture
Bukowski takes a shot around the corner in 'Factotum'
Air conditioning helps as sequels and remakes compete for your summer movie dollar
New Zealand for sale on eBay, GM halts production on the original Hummer, the Chinese Wikipedia, Batman sounds-effect screenshots, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Sundance is a second home for 'Factotum' producer Christine Walker
Indie queen Lili Taylor flips the script
Anti-gay marriage amendment coming back, pork barrel projects are way up, Absolut ends their 25-year-old ad campaign, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Factotum, the Bent Hamer film with Matt Dillon playing Charles Bukowski's alter-ego, Henry Chinaski, has been given a second lease on theatrical life in the United States-- IFC Films picked it up at the Sundance FIlm Festival after the picture's first distributor dropped it right before it was expec ... More >>
The bad news first: a new film based on Charles Bukowski's Factotum, which was shot around town and even guest-stars a City Pages writer, has been dropped by its theatrical distributor right before its American premiere.
Eleven things we're looking forward to that aren't the spring thaw
Cutting Medicare, suing God, condemning cartoons, ogling famous women in slips, annointing the Minnesota blog of the day and more...
Competition was brutal at the world's most cutthroat film festival
Let It Be Records Is Closing Faced with news that his building would be turned into 46-story condo tower later this year, Let It Be Records owner Ryan Cameron had two choices: relocate or close. "It was me who made the decision not to relocate," he says, speaking over the phone Thursday afternoon. " ... More >>
Love is a hot dog from Hell on the race track set of the new Bukowski film
Gus Van Sant goes his own way with a stark survival drama
Director Darren Aronofsky tries for the kingdom in Requiem for a Dream
Slug's love bug, Kat Bjelland's exorcism, Dave Pirner's throbbing shins: Ten years of local music served on ten great platters.
Sticking to the Script: Joan Cusack and Kevin Kline in In & Out.