Why must a world-class star be hung up on some twerp?
When Carl Muggli's wife was found dead in November 2010, Carl initially said her death was a tragic accident connected with their successful totem pole carving business. He said a 3,000-pound pole fell on her in their Koochiching County garage while his back was turned.SEE ALSO: Richard Armstrong of ... More >>
Muggli's totem pole websiteLinda and Carl Muggli ran a totem pole carving business together.When Koochiching County Sheriff's deputies arrived at Carl and Linda Muggli's home in Ray, they found Linda lying in a pool of her own blood in the garage where she and her husband carve totem poles. ... More >>
Influential artists of 2010
John F. Kennedy, Diana Princess of Wales, Marilyn Monroe - deaths that sent nations, continents even, into a time of mass mourning. But the death that trumps all these (though which, the man himself might agree, probably doesn't quite trump the death of Jesus Christ) was John Lennon's assassi ... More >>
A few songs in memory of the fallen '80s teen heartthrob.
Amy Winehouse, Mika, porn trailers of the '70s and '80s, and more
Companies conspire to take the internet private, Iranians rename their Danishes, Robin Williams begins his descent, Stephen Colbert takes us back to the 80s, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Marshall Field's recently introduced the Althorp-Living History furniture collection, "inspired by the history and grandeur of Althorp, the ancestral home of England's legendary Spencer family." The legend part, to non-Anglophiles, alludes to the late Princess Diana (formerly Lady Diana Spencer) who ... More >>
Polemicist Christopher Hitchens follows George Orwell into a political minefield
Director Garry Marshall reapplies Pretty Woman's gloss on girls
Electronic avatars Fatboy Slim and Roni Size give jolts to a critically dismissed genre
While some monumental artists starve, Jason Barnett carves out a creative niche in the figurine business
The Bloomsbury Movie Guide series celebrates the fine art of cinematic obsession
We list the best of the best of 1997.
The 1997 Tongue-on-the-Flagpole Awards
Transcending the Ordinary: Jessica Lange in The Postman Always Rings Twice.
Holding Court: Jessica Lange, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Jennifer Jason Leigh in Jocelyn Moorhouse's A Thousand Acres.
Di was as a manipulator of the media, a skill she perfected after Prince Charles, having spawned the Heir and the Spare, shunted her aside for the woman Di and her entourage baptized the Rottweiler.
It's Candidates vs. delegates: Who's milking who in the DFL endorsement process?