The second installment makes up for its predecessor's failings
TV's Girls boy makes good in new movie
Documentary follows the since-ousted president of the Republic of Maldives
Once the owner of a 17,000 square-foot mansion, fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker is now just trying to find a stable prison cell to call home. Hecker, who pleaded guilty to multiple counts of fraud two years ago, was transferred out of the federal prison in Duluth on February 8, confirms Chris Burk ... More >>
Photo courtesy Colin JohnsonPast Picked to Clickers and psychedelic roots indie heroes Vampire Hands haven't been the same since Colin Johnson skipped town to pursue academia in the more mountainous part of the country, Missoula, Montana in 2009.
Forget the hot dogs. How about a mac and cheese fritter or lamb kabob?If you're planning to join a few thousand of your closest friends for Grand Old Day in St. Paul on Sunday, food will no doubt be a big part of the experience. You'll find the ubiquitous corn dogs and cheese curds, of course ... More >>
Vikings tight end is ready for the Saints
Sundance hit is classily directed nostalgia trip
The real beauty of jazz? You don't need a beret to enjoy it.
The complete schedule, minus one surprise headliner. Who could it be?
Once you've made it to the Magic Kingdom, why leave?
Petroleum-based spy thriller fails to strike black gold
Five new local CDs Range from Spaghetti Westerns to pot paeans
Was Charles Macomb Flandrau the father of modern Minnesota letters--or just a literary layabout?
The case of the horny pharaoh--and other trick sarcophagi
They got hassled by the FBI. Todd Rundgren drank all their Foster's. And now they're breaking up. After teetering on the edge of big-time success for over a decade, 12 Rods remember what it's like to be a popular Twin Cities band--and what it's like to pa
Looking for an independent station on the FM dial where passionate DJs pick all their own songs? Guess what: It's been around for 82 years.
Monarques float on more than hype
'The Legend of Suriyothai' is an action epic of royal proportions
On the heels of Harry Potter, young adult books are sweeping the mainland. Why would grownups rather read about sorcery than sex?
What the Wolves could and should do to improve
A human-rights worker's campaign of cruelty
In two new TV game shows, the search for wannabe millionaires reaches the history egghead and the sports nut
Minneapolis mystery writer Ellen Hart has two fictional foils. One is an upstanding lesbian restaurateur; the other, a straight, cross-dressing food critic.
Aesthete Oscar Wilde is the talk of the town again as the Guthrie Lab mounts a play about his trials
The Wilde Boom Excludes the Essence of Its SubjectHis Sensibility
Two historical figures, filmmaker F.W. Murnau and geneticist Gregor Mendel, step out of the past into two new novels