Four Humors' new show shoots for the stars
Using Landsat satellite images, Google has published a timelapse showing the growth of the Twin Cities metro core from 1984 through last year.SEE ALSO: How Minnesotans talk compared to the rest of the country [MAPS]One interesting detail is that you can clearly see the path of the 2011 north Minneap ... More >>
The George Clooney and Sandra Bullock space film treads new ground
Astronaut Thomas H. Marshburn has been taking very cool pictures of world metropolises during his stint at the International Space Station, and thankfully for us, he's gotten in the habit of uploading them to his Twitter account.SEE ALSO: Minnesota owl uses talons to carry helpless, possibly doomed ... More >>
Moon rocks from the Apollo 11 moon landing found a safe home yesterday at the Minnesota Historical Society in St. Paul.The Minnesota National Guard recently found the moon rocks tucked away and forgotten among military artifacts in a storage unit in the Veteran's Service Building in St. Paul.When Ne ... More >>
One nation under tacos
I don't know about you, but usually the first thing I say in the morning is some inflection of the word "fuck."
Pen, paper, and rumblings in the heart
After mysteriously vanishing years ago, a sci-fi writer has unearthed one of the Twin Cities' favorite bands.
Elvis Costello's greatest album tops this week's pop culture picks
$20 mil to the int'l space station and an extra $15 mil for a spacewalk, a Kiwi cop moonlights as a hooker, the American Bar Association accuses the president of flouting the Constitution, the top ten worst referee calls, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Equality equals better sex, Colombia training rats to sniff out bombs, practicing Islam in space, a graphical look at the state of the planet, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Sex on the set with David Cronenberg, prehistoric viruses on the loose, the top 50 sci-fi shows of all time, the Minnesota blog of the day and more...
IMAX discovers life on 'Mars'
33 fainting spells spaces out Chekhov's 'Ivanov'