Dallas in the Aftermath
Big Time Rush Target Center, Minneapolis Saturday, August 10, 2013 Big Time Rush are local boys made good. Sort of. They told not quite a packed house, but still several thousand -- mostly Rushers under the age of 12 and their parents with a few teens mixed in -- that they'd "fallen in love with y' ... More >>
As another baseball season begins, MLB faces an unstable future — and you're picking up the tab
There's nothing funny about the Minnesota native's comedic success
Found footage continues to produce fun frights
If ever there was a loaded dish, it is this. A dish full of fat, cream, cheese, and nostalgia, and so hearty it can redeem the saddest, most downtrodden day. When eaters speak of comfort food, so often they speak of macaroni and cheese. After scouring the Twin Cities for the dishes, armed w ... More >>
No, Minnesota, you're welcome, for being so awesome.In between bubble teas and rolled cigarettes, leading social scientists Gawker polled each of their staff members and asked them to rate each state on a scale of 1-10. Guess what, Minnesota? They like us!In Gawker's cynical eyes, Minnesota is th ... More >>
Image: WikipediaDora the Explorer had an excellent adventure with Tom Emmer.Poor Dora the Explorer. All she wants to do hang with Diego and Boots the Monkey. But instead, the Nick Jr. cartoon character is getting dragged into the Minnesota governor's race. Nick Espinosa, who also goes by the ... More >>
Ice Age's creators release film as antidote to Toy Story 3
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Blotter has all the weird local news fit to print
A tree-swingin' monkey lover tops this week's pop culture picks
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Your Tivo won't tell you who shot J.R. — DVDs will!
Is children's television still the land of the lost?
We see the VHS tapes on our shelves and we want to smash them! Or, the brighter side of planned obsolescence in the field of home entertainment
Two hundred drawings. Twenty-four hours. A dozen artists. One international cartoonist conspiracy.
Nicholson Baker writes another droll ode to time
Peter Bogdanovich loses it at the movies with 'The Cat's Meow'
The enemy of salacious TV programming might be the family-friendly wonder Gilmore Girls
More public art for the Red Bull and Doritos set
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The subject is sex, and Heather Corinna wants to broaden the Internet's one-track mind
The unstoppable Jennifer Love Hewitt has the time of her life; viewers don't
Watching Seinfeld six days a week makes one long for the golden age of syndication
American families talk about their rituals and the meaning they bring to their lives
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