Should Hennepin County have whitewashed a mural, the suicide detective, do your cellphone chargers need to be unplugged, the man who sent 19-year-olds to war, art and politics, and 50 states and 50 pictures. Read more →
America moves on after the spying scandal, the great gopher feet caper and other tales from the mean streets of Minnesota, return of the website, the grace of Steve Gleason, and the girl who makes your 12 year old look like a lazy punk. Read more →
The tension and reaction surrounding a Rock the Garden set, perhaps, was inevitable as more rock festivals feature partnerships with previously-unlikely bedfellows. Rock music and an art museum? In the end, at least with one set, the locale won out. Art is supposed to satisfy, infuriate, cause a commotion and get people involved in spirited debate. Read more →
We’ll have to live without Jon Stewart on the Daily Show for the rest of the summer and the reason why is not at all comedy.
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Is it true that Minnesota has only been mentioned five times in songs?
The instructions for Google’s Doodle contest was to illustrate your ‘best day ever.’
Cancer did a number on music in the Twin Cities this weekend
The Minneapolis kids who made the viral video Hot Cheetos & Takis are back. This time, it’s about their bikes.
A 54-feet high inflatable ‘rubber duck’ created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman floated into a Hong Kong harbor last week.
America never seems so great as it does when it stops to watch a Pong game being played on the side of a building.
If anyone from the outside world should be navigating to this page, please: help us.
Young people who’ve experienced homelessness document their personas.
When you’re on jury duty and your case goes on for 33 days and includes 200 witnesses, it may be difficult to stay focused.
A program for juvenile offenders requires them to perform Shakespeare.
Spotify has assembled a playlist while Catholics wait for the white smoke.