The Broadway hit from the creators of South Park is still hot as ever
The creators of South Park and Avenue Q team up for an irreverent Broadway hit worth the hype
Too many choices may leave diners feeling braised and confused
Feel-good soul revival singer from London hops the pond for a tour
A Detroit-to-Chicago flight was quarantined for three hours yesterday on Midway Airport's tarmac due to suspicions that a Red Wing, Minn., woman might have contracted monkeypox in Uganda.Lisa Sievers, 50, was on her way back to Minnesota after spending more than three months in Uganda trying to fina ... More >>
Sometime over the weekend, someone decided to inscribe a politically themed message upon one of Minneapolis's most iconic structures. The word "Kony" has been spray-painted on the Walker Art Center's "Spoonbridge and Cherry" sculpture. Joseph Kony is the head of the Lord's Resistance Army, a Ugandan ... More >>
It's not often a band comes along that changes your view on the music industry and gives you hope that good music is still being made -- and with so many new bands and artists popping everyday, it's difficult to discern who to spend your time and hard-earned money on. Meet the Farew ... More >>
Peter Waldron used to brag about what he did, but now won't give out his name.Michele Bachmann might not even be the most interesting crazy person on the Bachmann for President campaign.Peter Waldron, a Bachmann staffer who helped her win the Ames Straw Poll, is an "evangelical organizer" who spe ... More >>
Canned whiskey: There's a first time for everything.Continuing the theme of crazily alcoholic beverages in cans, Panama-based Scottish Spirits LTD is now offering whiskey in 12-ounce cans. That's eight shots, apparently intended to be shared by three people. And we thought Four Loko was bad... ... More >>
Do the ends justify the means?The reporter who outed a homophobic pastor as secretly gay on the cover of Lavender has penned a letter accusing the Star Tribune of misrepresenting his investigation.John Townsend infiltrated a support group to get the goods on Rev. Tom Brock, who has famously blame ... More >>
Uganda's Parliament could outlaw homosexuality and make it a crime punishable by death.
Minnesota's senior senator offers a brief moment of humor at the National Prayer Breakfast.
Scientists fear a wheat fungus could devastate the world's supply of the grain.
The community is calling autism the "Minnesota Disease" and it's gaining national attention as a potential example of gene ... More >>
This week: Larry Sanders, Smokin' Aces, The Last King of Scotland, and Overlord
Prince went to Vegas. Smokers went to Maplewood. Tapes 'N Tapes went to the moon. And sometime after the last zombie dance party got busted, we wrote it all down for you.
Bush cuts funding for condoms for Africa, Jerry Falwell wants to tell you how to celebrate Christmas, Neal Pollack's poopy problems, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
THESE DAYS Zell Miller said Wednesday he has paid $156,668 to the state of Georgia to resolve questions about money he kept from an entertainment allowance he received when he was governor. A Ugandan member of parliament has pledged to reward girls for their chastity by paying their university fee ... More >>
Michael Haneke's new film is noble--and that's a good thing
Meet the neighbors
A new book suggests what comes next for dictators who ate their opponents' innards
A Festival of New Documentaries Presents a "Reality" Where More Is at Stake Than Who Gets Voted Off the Island
Or, Cannes 2001: How to love the movies without hating yourself
Solondz brings his salt shaker to another open wound; Denis makes Trouble
Disney's Tarzan swings for evolution but slouches toward the primitive
From its South Minneapolis headquarters, the American Refugee Committee sorts out the logistics of relief
After years of gathering dust on drugstore shelves, the female condom may finally be on its way to finding acceptance among gay men and Third World women.
Dennis Green is the most controversial coach in Vikings history. And it's got nothing to do with football.
Thanks to Clinton's foreign policy, 1998 could be the year of living dangerously for much of the world.
Post-rehab and on sabbatical from the Breeders, Kelley Deal is still in search of bliss.