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Michael Karkoc's Nazi history and possible involvement in wartime atrocities is obviously no laughing matter, but with the aid of 70 years of history and 140 characters, tweeters have been having some fun with the hard to believe news that a Third Reich military commander has been living quietly amo ... More >>
Desperate times call for desperate measures. And so, just as they did before last November's marriage amendment vote, Minnesota for Marriage is again comparing marriage equality advocates to Nazis.SEE ALSO: MN for Marriage's concession: "God has defined marriage as between one man and one woman" The ... More >>
Walker Art Center's annual avant-garde festival defies definition
In recent weeks, Rev. Brad Brandon, the director of church outreach for Minnesota for Marriage, has traveled the state giving a presentation where he compares same-sex marriage advocates to Nazis.SEE ALSO: Rev. Brad Brandon wants his GOP endorsements to be tax exempt Minnesotans United for All Famil ... More >>
Howard Stern lit into Michele Bachmann on his Sirius satellite radio show in the wake of the Rolling Stone article on the spate of teen suicides in the Anoka-Hennepin school district."The amazing thing to me--I'm watching these debates, the Republican debates--this Michele Bachmann and Rick Sant ... More >>
Courtesy Dancing With the StarsD-list celebrities with A-list movesIt's been a month since the season finale of Dancing With the Stars, but The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts is keeping the love alive with their summer dance series. Today Twin Cities twinkletoes will be downtown cuttin ... More >>
Inglorious Basterds, A Serious Man, Up make great impressions
Paying homage to those who speak the language of creativity
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate
Director Neil Blomkamp uses computer effects to enhance, not dominate
MinnPost tells the tragic story of Gagne, who suffers from Alzheimer's-related dementia, and an alleged attack that might have resulted in the death of another resident in his retirement community.
Bonus: Azur & Asmar and Fired Up reviewed
'Death of a President' and other film fest trigger-pullers blow away dissent
Hurricanes, war, avian flu, locust plagues, that annoying song you couldn't get out of your head. It wasn't the greatest of all possible years. Nor was it halfway decent. But to prove that it wasn't all bad, we asked 29 writers to rave about the ar
Columnist grows to appreciate another kind of weed
Ignorance is.... A) Guaranteed by the Bill Of Rights; B) Evidence that our schools are working; C) Bliss
'The Corporation' creates a market for itself
Todd Haynes brings his love for Douglas Sirk to 'Far From Heaven'
Japanese megastar Cornelius doesn't translate easily into American
An odd-jobber chronicles an ugly chapter in Minneapolis union-busting
An abstruse exhibit at the Walker pushes the art of painting out of its gilded frame and into the pages of a textbook
The post-apartheid doc Long Night's Journey Into Day examines reconciliation as a form of activism
With Hollow Man, provocateur Paul Verhoeven tests the viewer's capacity to distinguish sadism from seduction
Documentarian Richard Dindo explores what we think of the unthinkable
A pissed-off driver challenges Metro Transit's methods of drug testing
The Jungle heaves, Frank Theatre shudders, Outward Spiral recoils
Life Is Short, Art Is Long: Nathan Christopher, Allison Moore, and the Skewed Visions company act out their alienation in a site-specific installation.
Keeping the Faith: A Hasidic boy recites his prayers in A Life Apart: Hasidism in America.
My Name is Joseph Beuys, and I'm an Artist: "3-Tonnen Edition" at the Walker Art Center.
The education bill's dead; long live the education bill