Ever since the original High Bridge was built in 1889, it's been a magnet for people seeking to end their lives
The great Minnesota brain freeze: 82 chances to cheat with Google and win valuable prizes!
The tragic death of one of America's most important investigative journalists
Oral historian Studs Terkel gets 20th-century singers to spill it
He didn't just invent the Franklin planner: What a Founding Father has to tell us about modern Medievalism
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston talks about the retooling of the tax code to serve the very rich at the expense of the middle
The verdict on "values": It's a political advantage to have some
Last year my boss sent me to sit in a dark room for 150 nights. Here's what I took away from the ordeal.
Unconventional wisdom from unstable characters in the City Pages Documentary Film Festival
The specter of a newspaper strike looms in St. Paul --but no matter what happens, the Pioneer Press will never be the same
Planet America: Our world and welcome to it
'The Seagull' and 'Tick, Tick...Boom!' examine the art of being an artist
It's a cruel world--really it is--in Todd Solondz's 'Storytelling'
Two big names bring passion and star power to the Guthrie's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Revisiting the AIDS crisis with Angels in America; remembering Anne Frank as a universal optimist
Minnesota's dead are only a click away
City number-crunchers say the plan to renovate another old theater is a money pit
In a drama of mistaken identities, superproducer Cameron Mackintosh brings a musical to a nonprofit stage, while the Guthrie claims a cut of the residuals
Penumbra Theatre's campaign to build an ambitious new stage has the makings of an epic drama--or a nonprofit tragedy
William Inge's Picnic labors over misdemeanors of the heart
Returning from exile and personal calamity, author Gayl Jones has created her own outlaw-in-training: a Baptist, Bud Light-drinking, stun-gun-toting, 6-foot-plus, African-American freelance trucker
Coffee-table books speak volumes about character--and the characters we want to be
The dreamer wakes
Gary Webb's new book Dark Alliance exposes the CIA/crack connection--and the media's complicity in killing the story
With labor unrest brewing among airline employees, Northwest's PR doctors keep spinning in the wind
Say uncle: Uncle Peck (Tom Poole) and L'il Bit (Larissa Paige Kokernot) steer into uncertain country in Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive
Shaken and Stirred: Lola Lesheim in Eugene O'Neill's melodrama Anna Christie.
Plymouth Music Series' Phillip Brunelle
Attention Ragstock Shoppers: '70s styling in Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July
Life is hard and then you dance
The Twin Cities' most celebrated playwright and their most prominent theater finally meet--under questionable circumstances.