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All content by Martina Marosi

Reel Animals

by Martina Marosi
Published December 6, 2012

Reel Fakes

by Martina Marosi
Published November 29, 2012

Reel Shopping

by Martina Marosi
Published November 21, 2012

Reel Bullies

by Martina Marosi
Published November 15, 2012

Reel Big

by Martina Marosi
Published November 8, 2012

Aaahh!!! Reel Monsters

by Martina Marosi
Published October 25, 2012
While writing All the Wrong Questions, Handler sought to deliver the high drama of a noir detective novel for a readership of pipsqueak private-eyes. Whats the third grade equivalent of walking into a room and someone turns the light on and has a gun on you?” Handler said.

Interview: Daniel Handler

by Martina Marosi
Published October 18, 2012

Reel Zombies

by Martina Marosi
Published October 11, 2012

Review: “Frankenweenie”

by Martina Marosi
Published October 4, 2012
Artist Amanda Rae displays artwork for sale to Liz Hallstein and daughter Mira on Saturday at the Caravan Flea Market in Minneapolis.

Totally Bazaar

by Martina Marosi
Published September 27, 2012

Reel Women

by Martina Marosi
Published September 20, 2012

Reel Politics

by Martina Marosi
Published September 13, 2012

Reese’s pieces

by Martina Marosi
Published December 8, 2011

Life’s a drag

by Martina Marosi
Published December 8, 2011
Seniors Torsten Johnson, left, ShaVunda Horsley, center, and Alex Brightwell rehearse a scene Tuesday night at Rarig Center in preparation for an upcoming play called Uncle Vanya.  The play is one of two Chekhov plays being performed by University of Minnesota BFA students.

Say Uncle!

by Martina Marosi
Published December 1, 2011
A still from explicitly camp French horror film Last caress to screen Saturday evening

Deep in the MUFF

by Martina Marosi
Published December 1, 2011

Pride and Joystick

by Martina Marosi
Published November 23, 2011

Isn’t it Ironic?

by Martina Marosi
Published November 23, 2011

Childish Things

by Martina Marosi
Published November 17, 2011

Notorious T.I.G.

by Martina Marosi
Published November 10, 2011

Found vs. found

by Martina Marosi
Published November 10, 2011
Tom Kaczynski works in his home studio Wednesday.  Kaczynski will be featuring some of his work at the Minneapolis Indie Xpo, an event that showcases independent book and comic artists and publishers, at the Soap Factory on November 5 and 6.

MIX it up

by Martina Marosi
Published November 10, 2011
The comedienne first received national attention when she placed fourth on Last Comic Standing. She also appeared on the Ellen Degeneres show, even though her material is not necessarily for the daytime television crowd. I dont think anythings off-limits, Schumer said.

Schumer Humor

by Martina Marosi
Published November 3, 2011
The cover of dePaolas new book

Tomie dePaola’s Gift

by Martina Marosi
Published October 27, 2011
Two actresses get into their characters as burn victims Saturday at the Soap Factory Haunted Basement in Minneapolis. The haunted tour is known to be one of the most terrifying in Minneapolis as patrons must be 18+ years old and must sign a waiver.

Get Yo Scream On

by Martina Marosi
Published October 27, 2011

Black on Black

by Martina Marosi
Published October 27, 2011
Review: Weekend

Review: “Weekend”

by Martina Marosi
Published October 20, 2011
Michael Marriott presents a lecture on a history of chairs as part of A Recent History of Writing and Drawing at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 2008.

The machine is the message

by Martina Marosi
Published October 20, 2011
 Lebowitz, ever-present cigarette in hand. Smoking is, as far as I’m concerned, Lebowitz said, the entire point of being an adult.

Still Smoking

by Martina Marosi
Published October 13, 2011

I saw the Sein’

by Martina Marosi
Published October 8, 2011

Comedians-come-Lately

by Martina Marosi
Published October 6, 2011
Review: The Burial at Thebes

Review: The Burial at Thebes

by Martina Marosi
Published October 6, 2011

The boozehound’s guide to love

by Martina Marosi
Published September 29, 2011
The mirrors enhance the rich ambience of the womens bathroom at Loring Pasta Bar Saturday evening.

Behind bars

by Martina Marosi
Published September 29, 2011
Behind the Zines

Behind the Zines

by Martina Marosi
Published September 22, 2011
In A Nutshell

In A Nutshell

by Martina Marosi
Published September 22, 2011
One of the Uptowns many humorous marquees on display.

Maker’s Marquee

by Martina Marosi
Published September 15, 2011
Wiig, far right, and McLendon-Covey, third from right, star in Bridesmaids.

Aisle be there

by Martina Marosi
Published May 12, 2011
The cast, clockwise from left: Kelvin Hatle, Tim Uren, Courtney McLean, phillip andrew, bennet low, Sharon Stiteler

Arlo(w) Profile

by Martina Marosi
Published April 28, 2011
Buddy Holly is back

Buddy Holly is back

by Martina Marosi
Published April 28, 2011
Party of two

Party of two

by Martina Marosi
Published April 21, 2011
Read my lips

Read my lips

by Martina Marosi
Published April 14, 2011
The Flying Dorrito Brothers play at Nick and Eddies in Loring Park Saturday night.

Puns a’blazing

by Martina Marosi
Published April 7, 2011
 The “Write” Crime

The “Write” Crime

by Martina Marosi
Published March 31, 2011

Things left behind

by Martina Marosi
Published March 24, 2011
Brandy Mexcellent skins a goat Saturday night at the Full Moon Puppet show.

Master of puppets

by Martina Marosi
Published March 10, 2011

Ke$ha <3’s Kondoms

by Martina Marosi
Published March 8, 2011
Comedys resident cat lady comes to the Guthrie.

Poundstone untied

by Martina Marosi
Published February 24, 2011

Motörhead’s still göt it

by Martina Marosi
Published February 17, 2011

Lily Tomlin et al.

by Martina Marosi
Published February 10, 2011

I love you?

by Martina Marosi
Published February 10, 2011
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