Robert Rodriguez revisits Mexploitation in his latest sequel
Sen. Dan Hall, R-Bloomington, took heat last summer when he suggested gay marriage supporters are unpatriotic.SEE ALSO: Mel Gibson bops around the Twin Cities, asks women to take their shirts off [PHOTOS] Many months later, he's still as anti-gay-marriage as ever, but now he's making his case by sug ... More >>
So, over the weekend Mel Gibson was in town. No, it wasn't a business trip -- according to the Star Tribune's always-fun C.J., he was just here for a little vaca with his daughter. Destinations included the Mall of America, Minnesota Zoo, Lake Minnetonka, Warehouse District, and Uptown, among others ... More >>
Last week? Last week was so several days ago. At this point - polishing off that third mug of crap, employer-subsidized coffee, valiantly procrastinating last week's leftover to-do items, beating yourself about the head and face to stay awake - you probably can barely remember what your name is, ... More >>
It's a hard job, but somebody's gotta do itTim Pawlenty didn't step out in front of a Waverly, Iowa, crowd over the weekend and proudly introduce his wife as an accomplished former lawyer and judge. Nope, he wanted to talk about his smokin' hot arm candy! That's an old story for men in powerful p ... More >>
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Detective investigating activist daughter's death discovers corporate cover-up
October 30 through November 1.
Best song title: "If It Moves Then Shoot It"
The story of Paul and Barb Liebemann
New Brother Ali collaboration, Bob Mould hits NYC & interviews with Heiruspecs, Romantica and Dan Israel.
Sample a track from the new album by Kill the Vultures, due out next week.
...Or at least he's to blame for this one
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Hughes kisses the devil, Wainwright flirts with activism, and Houston makes out all right
An old genre is back to judge the living and the dead
Mel Gibson reloads the lethal weapon of us against them
'Signs' offers more hints of Mel Gibson's paternal feelings
Three new films offer grueling tours of duty in Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq
Hollywood's holiday menu is impeccably presented but predictably low in nutrition
The Patriot pays tribute to a Great Man's arrogance in the name of freedom
Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts caretake our paranoia in Conspiracy Theory.