The 14th annual Sound Unseen Film/Music/Art Festival is set to take place November 13-17, and details are emerging for some of the wonderful plans for this year's festivities. All of the musical performances at this year's Sound Unseen will be taking place at Amsterdam Bar and Hall in St. Paul. The ... More >>
Heidi Collins tore into Mark Ritchie on Fox9 last nightFox9 anchor Heidi Collins uncorked an insanely hostile interview on Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie last night, leaving some viewers questioning her judgment and fairness.Collins interrupted Ritchie several times to question his mot ... More >>
Photo by Craig VanDerSchaegenFor those keeping score at home, one of the Cities' raunchiest "dirtybilly" bands, Courtney McLean and the Dirty Curls, disbanded toward the end of the summer and have since re-emerged as the Peter O'Tooles, a collaboration between local writers Max "Bunny" Sparber an ... More >>
DFL dark horse outspends rivals
Remember when it seemed like the National Organization for Women picked a man for governor over Margaret Anderson Kelliher? Here's what really happened.
Kelliher has a lot of hands to shake between now and August.Gubernatorial hopeful Margaret Anderson Kelliher announced plans yesterday to spend the latter part of this week touring rural Minnesota towns, a step toward hurdling what experts say might be her campaign's biggest obstacle: name re ... More >>
Tom HornerIPer Tom Horner has named Jim Mulder as his running mate in the 2010 governor's race, adding another layer of former-Republican wonkishness, and outstate expertise, to his campaign. Among a laundry list of public policy initiatives, Mulder spent the last two decades as executive di ... More >>
Nikki & Andrew doing research In this first installment of Rational Dialectic, Andrew Flanagan and Nikki Miller meet up at GAYNGS HQ - Nick & Eddie - with laptops in tow, to discuss the local phenomenon (and soon to be worldwide sensation) GAYNGS. Andrew and Nikki do not wi ... More >>
No actual punches were thrown between the ropes. Just a fiesty showdown between competing models, photographers and stylists.
With 'Justice,' a pair of Twin Cities civil rights lawyers raise the bar for African American filmmaking
Media people: I mean you no harm
The 11th Annual City Pages New Music Poll
With the shuttering of the Riverview Supper Club, black Minneapolis loses its premier meeting place--and a foothold on the future of the Mississippi
It's an odd, autonomous, anomalous year for the 1998 City Pages New Music Poll.
The 1997 City Pages New Music Poll
Moon's Over Minneapolis: Brother Sun Sister Moon rise in the north