Local Frames is a weekly column spotlighting the best new music videos featuring musicians and directors with Minnesota ties. This week we get things started with a new video from Holographic Sands, drawn from their just-released EP on Forged Artifacts, Water Bodies. We've also got new clips from A ... More >>
The rapper moves forward with his new album, The God Particle
See Also:Sleeping in the Aviary on Maroon 5 and Googly GuyIt's been a big year for Sleeping in the Aviary. The Minneapolis band released their fourth album, You and Me, Ghost, which landed on City Pages' Best of 2011 albums, toured constantly, and are back to writing for a new record. In the meantim ... More >>
With some help from the University of Minnesota, scientists have discovered a new particle that could aid in answering questions about what the universe is made of, what forces are at work within it, and what gives matter substance. Nuclear researchers announced earlier this week that they have ... More >>
Daniel Alexander Jones is powerful as an R&B singer with a message for America
Incredibly, Rep. Michele Bachmann compared the Nazi Holocaust with the American tax code over the weekend. Today, the Anti-Defamation League scorned her twisted moral equivalency, as well as a similar statement by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.
Last night at the Walker Art Center, composer Missy Mazzoli and violist Nadia Sirota -- we'd like to say 'kicked off' right here but that is a completely inappropriate idiom for what happened -- welcomed the String Theory Festival with a performance in the hodge-podge of Gallery 2.
It's big deal because it may provide a missing link in the effort to understand the big bang theory.
The former Green Party candidate is caught up in a gold scheme
A prominent science journal will evidently not be publishing a paper on a possible groundbreaking discovery in northern Minnesota.
New clues about the formation and behavior of the universe may lay at the bottom of a mine in Soudan.
Drama for the delicately-assed American
Longtime collaborators James Schamus and Ang Lee leave their cinema unsigned
Can theoretical physics save an Iron Range town?
Following nine narrators from London to Mongolia, David Mitchell makes a literary game out of spinning the globe