Legs McNeil is a legendary rock music historian, author and journalist. He co-founded and wrote for Punk Magazine back in the mid-'70s, is a former senior editor for Spin, and founder/editor of Nerve magazine in 1992. He is renowned as co-author of Please Kill Me: the Uncensored Oral History of Pu ... More >>
Theater Coup D'etat wrestles with Tony Kushner’s gay-identity epic
Cass McCombs BandWith Frank Fairfield7th St. Entry, MinneapolisWednesday, February 1, 2012In a torn flannel shirt over a henley, comfortably worn jeans, and Dr. Marten boots, Cass McCombs looks a lot like a mechanic lately. (Or Eddie Vedder, circa. 1991.) But it's an appropriate guise for a man c ... More >>
20% Theatre Company at the Minneapolis Theater Garage
The Songs We Can't Escape
'Departed' hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment
Business as usual ain't like it used to be
A Romanian movie comes close to the essence of mortality
Daniel Otto and his girlfriend just wanted to get loaded one summer night. Neither of them imagined that she would wind up dead and he would be charged with murder.
doctor please, some more of these
The Stratford 4's lyrics prove the virtues of the instrumental
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
With divine performances and kooky cosmology, the second part of Angels in America descends on the Pillsbury House Theatre
Merry materialist Karal Ann Marling unwraps a century of loot and lore
A tragic accident, underpaid, overworked personal-care attendants, and one pissed-off patient
Revisiting the AIDS crisis with Angels in America; remembering Anne Frank as a universal optimist
Rock as dance music. Dance music as rock.
Cartoonist Max Cannon documents the fallen Ozzies and Harriets with a tasteless bonhomie.
It's All Right, Ma (We're Only Kissing): Michael Schurter and Matthew G. Anderson in Angels in America, Part One.
The terrible compassion of Mary Jo Copeland.
Would-be-mayor Barbara Carlson means to make Minneapolis everything she has always imagined it to be.
A critic's guide to getting away from the multiplexes.