We've already outed Eighth District Republican U.S. Congress candidate Stewart Mills as a Packer-loving party animal. But would you believe he's also a huge heartthrob?Politico does. Katie Glueck's article about Mills for that publication is entitled, "'The Brad Pitt of the Republican Party.'"See al ... More >>
Playboy recently dispatched writer Sarah Brumble to spend an evening in Minneapolis and write about it. Suffice it to say the results are more Wall Street Journal than Reuters, if you follow me.SEE ALSO: Mel Gibson bops around the Twin Cities, asks women to take their shirts off [PHOTOS] That said, ... More >>
A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
Jason Statham's anti-hero has a long history in books and film
If Life & Style can be believed, L.A. Clippers forward Lamar Odom is a one man stimulus package for Minneapolis's economy.SEE ALSO: Mel Gibson bops around the Twin Cities, asks women to take their shirts off [PHOTOS] Odom, Khloé Kardashian's husband, reportedly spent thousands of dollars at the ... More >>
Without much preamble, Mike Mictlan released his first solo project in four years, fittingly titled SNAXXX!, on the Doomtree Bandcamp page as a free download. It's a grimy affair, largely produced by the dirty beats guru 2% Muck, and it's a promising glimpse of the dark alleys down which Mictlan is ... More >>
Writer discovers the fantasy girlfriend he created on paper has come to life
Steve McQueen directs, Michael Fassbender stars
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 >>
photo via Louis CK's websiteLast Friday night comedian and director Louis CK came to the State Theatre for two nearly sold-out shows. Both performances lasted well over an hour, and included new material from the prolific, spot-on curmudgeon.
If you had the opportunity to catch Comedy Central's "Roast of David Hasselhoff" earlier this month, you know that no comedian hits harder than Lisa Lampanelli. In the course of one evening, she managed to lampoon everything from the Holocaust, Haiti, the oil spill in the Gulf and the Hoff's live ... More >>
Chad Davis via Flickr.comThe slimiest car in filmThis weekend the State Fairgrounds will be the site of the Car Craft Summer Nationals, a convergence of 5,000 muscle cars and heavily modified hot rods, who will strut and race in a competition of burnt rubber and smoking engines. To help celeb ... More >>
From James Buckley Trio to Painted Saints
Get out there and have some fun, leave your wallet behind.
The story of Paul and Barb Liebemann
Watching the Cannes-praised film is both awful and awe-inspring
P.O.S. climbs charts, Hyder Ali and Dosh reviewed & Jenny Dalton profiled
March 6- March 9.
M. Ward to play First Ave., Solid Gold remixed & Antony and the Johnsons played the Pantages Theatre
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old
Digitata have the power to break your fever
Abzorbr break their anxieties into beats
Minnesota Film Arts survives Gibson's 'Apocalypto'
In retrospect, listening to Jonny Lang sing, 'Lie to me/And tell me everything is all right' on his lone hit, 1997's 'Lie to Me,' is like hearing a teen starlet who's too bright to ignore the ticking of his 15-minute clock.
Seasoned professionals try to kick-flip the sleepy pop-punk revolution
Rappers were hot. Smokers were cold. Rockers were on Myspace. And sometime after the last Katrina benefit, we wrote it all down for you.
Minnesota filmmakers remember the warm-weather flicks that got them hot (or bothered)
Turning on to Digitata's blippity ballads
Exchange: Perry and Scholtes on Bruce Springsteen Devils & Dust listening party Steve Perry: First I'll say that I don't trust my impressions of anything I've heard once, particularly since we only heard half the record. (And for the record, the half of the closely guarded Springsteen launch codes ... More >>
Two hundred drawings. Twenty-four hours. A dozen artists. One international cartoonist conspiracy.
Local artist Jake Keeler discovers his inner animal, and it has teeth
For the Thrills, all is not quiet on the western front
Scorned auteurs drag their leading ladies through the mud
X-Men puts its superhero "muties" in charge of flattering the core audience
Will the demise of the Skyway Theater spell the end for mainstream black film venues in the Twin Cities?
Set it off: Takeshi Kitano in Fireworks
The view from here to Scotland, Hong Kong, and Fargo
Hollywood 1996: Things are changing, and it's all the same.