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Arts & Entertainment

Shadows and Angels

by Max Sparber
Published September 19, 2002

For those of you who don't know it, The Children's Theatre Company's artistic director, Peter C. Brosius, is behind the most interesting productions in the Twin Cities. He has a taste for offbeat, ingenious...

Billie Joe loves The Crush

by Nathan Hall
Published September 19, 2002
The Crush: Here Is Where I Cross My Fingers (Adeline Records)

Alive, but barely breathing

by Keri Carlson
Published September 19, 2002

The Rolling River Music and Film Festival wasn't necessarily a bad dream ... it was just too big. In fact, the event which aspired to give St. Paul a much needed night-life boost sounded like a pretty...

The animated genius of puppet master Jiri Trnka

by Max Sparber
Published September 19, 2002

These are dire times for any sort of animation that doesn't involve computers. Such old-fangled crafts as cel and puppet animation, which require thousands of meticulously detailed drawings or carefully...

An early winter in Minneapolis

by Amy Danielson
Published September 19, 2002
Theatre in the Round presents a chilling tale of Antarctic adventure in Terra Nova.

Christina Aguilera puts on her birthday suit!

by Brianna Riplinger
Published September 19, 2002

I used to know a guy at work who was sullen and blunt. He had a rusty orange-colored beard and a long ponytail. He used to tell me about the times he almost died and how he used to be homeless. He loved...

Slug loves Christina Ricci

by Tom Horgen
Published September 19, 2002
Murs and Slug: Felt: A Tribute to Christina Ricci (Rhymesayers/Access Hip hop)

Everything’s Happy Underground

by Nathan Hall
Published September 19, 2002

Hollywood schlockmeister Michael Bay would never make a movie about DIY-till-they-die hardcore band Fugazi, and Fugazi would never let him. With that rationale in mind, the third annual Sound Unseen Film...

Smiles, but no laughs

by Amy Danielson
Published September 12, 2002

Until this past season's production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the Outward Spiral Theater Company seemed to be in decline. This 6-year-old company had a string of non-hits, including David's Redhaired...

Eclecticism now!

by Brianna Riplinger
Published September 12, 2002

You're probably familiar with the Behind the Music my-manager-robbed-me-blind story. A promising young ñ yet naïve ñ musician signs a shady contract on the hood of a car without reading it. Fast...

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