Folk rock singer/songwriter Kimya Dawson and rapper/producer Aesop Rock have crafted numerous musical works and have fused their musical strength to form the Uncluded. The duo recently released their debut, Hokey Fright on Rhymesayers. They will be taking over The Cedar Cultural Center Stage wi ... More >>
Keith Ellison: Sesame Street enthusiast. As if just to further speculation that Washington has lost its mind, Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison brought an Elmo doll onto the House floor today. The point, according to a statement from Ellison, was to hammer home the argument that the United ... More >>
James Rogers could get two years in a prison without delicious cookies.A registered sex offender, dressed up as Cookie Monster, greeted children as they entered the Mississippi Valley Fair in Iowa.James Rogers, 25, was arrested Friday for his creepy costume, which was actually part of his job, ac ... More >>
More puppets being naughty
Mixed Blood Theatre's 35th season: an Isabel Allende adaptation, a world premiere and . . . "Avenue Q" Mixed Blood Theatre has announced its 35th season, a slate of four shows including works by Thomas W. Jones II, an Isabel Allende adaptation, and a new work by Aditi Brennan Kapil. All look intr ... More >>
Overtly referential of Sesame Street, Avenue Q features original cast members from the hallowed children's show, but their Muppet-like creatures deal with adult issues like racism, internet porn and homosexuality in language both colorful and profane. Monsters like Trekkie Monster, a porn addict, ... More >>
No, we're not making fun of Carrie Underwood.
More Than Lights release their ambitious debut using familiar underground tactics Twin Citians appreciate most.
The son of Paul has earned his own stripes.
Did you know Bert and Ernie like anchovies on their pizza? And that Martha Stewart gets just as annoyed with Muppets as with real live people?
"A la peanut butter sandwiches!" What food-related line can you just not stop saying?
Never heard of him? Hit the books. Lehrer's brief career was a high water mark for musical satire.
This video cost 1.5 million dollars... for some reason.
House of the Dead returns for the Wii, stiff as ever.
A hilarious puppet parody lampoons the self-importance of the newly adult
The songs we can't escape
Going down to Austin? Catch these local acts.
Jonathan Richman, modern lover
'Life and Debt' Reveals the Consumer as a Key Supplier of Jamaican Protest Art
Halloween ain't no spectator sport around here
Son of the Beach floats on the unlikely premise of offering a less serious Baywatch
The passion and gift of Jim Henson lives on
Videos take on social issues
Lessons from a rough homebirth
A tale of two CDs
Discovering language through the media grab bag
Public television has become a dumping ground for political hacks and a source of endless Britcom reruns. Increasing its appropriation now would only be throwing good money after bad.
Poverty pimps, like nature, abhor a vacuum.