Tracking the chaser's final quest in El Reno, Oklahoma
An in-depth look at David Tyner, the "Cathouse" killer, and his victims
A look ahead at the season's hottest films
Toni Bachman disappeared 15 years ago, her last communications recorded via email April 25, 1997. "I think Norm [her husband] is coming home to fight again," Toni wrote to a listserv. "Only this time I mean FIGHT in a much bigger way. He is threatening me with stuff." Forty minutes later, she se ... More >>
Former North Dakota State and Buffalo Bills football standout Phil Hansen is running for the Minnesota Senate as a Republican.Hansen, 43, is running in Senate District 4, which covers Clay and Norman counties as well as parts of Becker County, including Detroit Lakes, in northwestern Minnesota.A ... More >>
If you've ever dreamed of getting the word "MOM" inside a heart on your shoulder or maybe a sweet '40s pinup girl on your ankle, this weekend might just be the time. In celebration of the 101st birthday of legendary tattooer Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins, Leviticus Tattoo is offering $101 ... More >>
If you were to watch the Wizard of Oz in its entirety only backwards, that might properly demonstrate what the road is like. You start at home, then slowly lose contact with your friends following a black highway into a tornado. Along the way you bring witches back from the dead. Either story ... More >>
They're back -- and they have better hair and sound just as good.
As a young radical, Norm Coleman protested the Vietnam War. Now his support for the Iraq quagmire may swallow his political career.
Even perverts need a 'Guide'
Beatrix Potter gets an extreme makeover
'Running with Scissors' puts the Me Decade on the couch
If you're an 80s band from Scandinavia or Canada and have difficulty getting into the United States, Norm Coleman should be on your speed-dial. Yes, once again, our esteemed junior senator has assisted an aging hair band in getting their spandex and Final Net across the border. This time Glass Tige ... More >>
Jonathan Safran Foer, Wes Anderson, Conor Oberst, and the new male infantilism
Joking Apart nails Ayckbourn's 'Norman Conquests'
Edwin Strout strives to give a comic hero his proper due
'The Beautiful and the Damned' meets 'The Naked and the Dead'
A racially charged ethics case travels all the way from Anoka County to the state supreme court
Books for a nickel. Microwave magnets for a buck. Uptown's most assiduous dumpster diver knows there's gold in the garbage.
St. Paul's Selby Tigers combine songs of innocence with punk-rock experience
Rent Hike: A leggy landlady (Lola Lesheim) makes paying rent a kind of murder for her pulp-writing tenant (Paul Smith) in Killers
The Great Whatzit?: Barry Levinson's Sphere.