Reichardt's film stars sad pixie heroine Michelle Williams
The Catholic Church's right turn touches off battles over dogma and diversity at the University of St. Thomas
Missing Numbers talk about their heroes, invent new form of genital torture
The African HIV crisis--15 million dead, 25 million infected--hits home in Minnesota
An anthropologist's journey from a porn booth to the Mongolian steppes
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
Is It Possible--Mind You, Just Possible--That the Mysteries of the Pyramids, the Origin of UFOs, and the Evolutionary Riddle of the Yeti Will be Solved Out of a Basement in Lakeville?
Clausewitz, Iraq, and fourth-generation warfare
With lusty seniors in Rio and hard-driving cabbies in Lima, filmmaker Heddy Honigmann makes her home in the world
With Juliet of the Spirits, the devilish director of 8-1/2 welcomed his audience to hell--but grandly
How Prince's revolution was won--and where it got him
The Twin Cities mark the occasion of Charles Schulz's retirement by scrambling to turn him into a hometown hero
Journey through the new Dark Ages of Shakopee Valley with the cowled, the corseted, and the coxcombed
As the Minnesota Orchestra kicks off its annual Viennese Sommerfest concert series this month, Jeffrey Tate takes up the baton. But both dischord and harmony have passed over the celebrated conductor's road to the podium. Last fall, Tate talked with Q
Four years ago Lee's Liquor Lounge was just another dying neighborhood bar. Then this guy Nate calls the owner, Louie, and the place turns into--well, no one is quite sure what. But there's nowhere else like it.
UM Professor David Lykken has spent his career studying the role of nature and nurture in shaping people. And he believes his research shows the best society would be one in which the state decides who gets to have children.
by Jennifer Vogel
Makers who mattered in 1995