A brief history of movie characters getting whacked in the balls
Melvins Lite with Tweak BirdGrumpy's Downtown9/19/12Long-standing cult band Melvins seem to always be moving in interesting directions. Last night was day 15 of the epic Melvins Lite tour to promote their 18th record, Freak Puke, as well as to attempt to break the world record for longest U.S. tour. ... More >>
By Bobby Kahn George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic need no introduction -- especially in a city as funky as Minneapolis. Their huge influence can be heard across many genres of music today and even at the age of 70, George and his band tour harder and longer than many of the much younger bands ... More >>
A new study by Men's Health magazine finds that Minneapolitans are pretty damn horny. St. Paulites? Let's just say there probably isn't as much Viagra being sold on that side of the river.Minneapolis graded out as the sixth-horniest city in land; St. Paul clocked in 29th place, one spot ahead of Mad ... More >>
Yesterday, Gov. Mark Dayton announced his veto of a bill that would've banned so-called "telemedicine abortions" and required the physical presence of a doctor when an abortion is performed. What a difference a few hundred votes can make! In our neighbor to the east, a similar bill signed by G ... More >>
Yesterday, the House and Senate approved two distinct abortion crackdowns.The House bill would ban so-called "telemedicine abortions" and require the physical presence of a doctor when an abortion is performed. The Senate bill would mandate abortion clinics to be licensed and subject them to random ... More >>
Remember all the talk about the MNGOP staying focused on job creation? Well, instead of that, Republican lawmakers continue to devote their energies to making it more difficult for women to get abortions.Yesterday, a divided Senate committee passed two anti-abortion measures -- one that would req ... More >>
"We just want a small affair..."For those of you living under a rock, you may be surprised to learn that, this weekend, England's Prince William will marry and the world will have a new princess. For most people who do not spend the majority of their free time watching reruns of Say Yes to ... More >>
Oleg Nikolaenko turned bad spelling and inbox bombing into a multi-million dollar enterprise.Check your spam folder. According to the FBI, one in every three messages in there is courtesy of 23-year-old Oleg Nikolaenko. Since he ascended the "Spam King" throne in 2007, Nikolaenko has been res ... More >>
The Dr. Marla Ahlgrimm prescription: "Take two fake pills and cuff me in the morning."Dr. Marla Ahlgrimm made a national name for herself helping women cope with PMS. But she's been anything but helpful to the men who bought fake Viagra off of her, according to the FBI. The Madison-based doc ... More >>
Photo: The Gifted PhotographerFighting for Viagra is hard.No doubt feeling emasculated by its contract, the Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association has asked a judge to order the restoration of its taxpayer-funded recreational sex benefit, a move that could cost the city's school district ... More >>
Molecular gastronomy, deconstruction, and communal dining tables got you down? You're not alone.
To hell with chocolate; this is the new sexy food.
Viagra Viagra Viagra. You people will click on anything that says Viagra.
If you had $32, what would you buy? Would Viagra soup be a contender?
For men who haven't had much luck with Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra, Medtronic thinks a new artery stent near the penis might do the trick to keep it functioning sexually.
Parasole shares recipes for two late-summer cocktails...
Minnesota's smoking ban is putting local hookah bars out of business
Three's company; four's a marriage
*The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival continues tonight, with The World and A Tout De Suite. *New York five-piece the Bravery, who have been hailed "the next big thing" by Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and umpteen others play at Whole Music Club. (Hint: If you're looking for this ... More >>
And Prozac and Viagra and Red Bull... What exactly did Congress's recent baseball and steroids hearings (I wrote about them here) accomplish, besides wrecking Mark McGwire's chances at the Hall of Fame? All the hoohah about fairness and the American way (loose correlation, that) and the scourge of p ... More >>
RFIDs and the coming age of the digital pickpocket
'Outfoxed' and 'Uncovered' point a familiar finger at evildoers
'Something's Gotta Give' puts everything on sale--at full price
The Rapture may not mean the end of the world, but the end of the moment is upon them
Baseball: More like it used to be than ever before
ESPN's The Life holds up the sensitive side of jock culture
Hollywood's holiday menu is impeccably presented but predictably low in nutrition
At the University of Minnesota's farm school, discord blooms over budget cuts and the biotech bonanza
HBO's dramatic series venture beyond the fantasyland of network television
The Guthrie Lab's Lysistrata withholds the loving that launched a thousand ships; Hidden Theatre's The Dying Gaul wields sex as a weapon
Pedestrian traffic: Godzilla is smaller than the sum of its parts.