Street-fighting dogs: Inside the world of the much-abused, ever-maligned pit bull
Multimedia artist Jay Heikes's trip from rocker manqué to the Whitney Biennial
Former President George W. Bush Dead at 72
Electrelane get their guns, David Denby misfires, and Two Poets should be shot
The Dixie Chicks: Bush-booing stars sing a national anthem of a different stripe
The Raveonettes pull out the big guns, A.R.E. Weapons sing one for America, and the Dixie Chicks start a war
Women make up well more than half of the Guthrie's audience, but less than 10 percent of its produced playwrights. Is this a tragedy or a farce?
New-music composer Jeffrey Brooks has paid for his education over a card game, survived for months off stolen tuna, and lived on an Amtrak train. So what's he doing raising two happy kids in a house in south Minneapolis?
The art of conscious connections
Whenever there is a historic baseball moment--a 3,000th hit, a pitcher's 300th win--St. Paul's Seth Hawkins, a.k.a. Dr. Fan, is there to see it
William Finnegan's Cold New World maps the topography of dispossession
Lemon Laws: Choreographer Ralph Lemon bravely attempts a cross-cultural dance experiment that "really shouldn't work."