A treasure trove of acclaimed artists make up “New Moon” soundtrack

Mickey Caulfield and Rachael Kaplan

December 2, 2009

Filed under Music Reviews, Reviews

With its throng of screaming high school and pre-teen girls and shirtless male actors, the Twilight franchise certainly doesn't achieve much street cred. However, the latest soundtrack effort, "New Moon," aims to dispel this negative... Read more »

Dave Matthew’s newest hit “Funny the Way it Is”

Kate Schumacher

December 1, 2009

Filed under Music Reviews, Reviews

Dave Matthews Band released "Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King" on June 2 2009, after the passing of the saxophonist LeRoi Moore, who died in a tragic ATV accident in the summer of 2008. This album contains various tracks... Read more »

Motorola finally answers iPhone

Dann Fry

November 29, 2009

Filed under Reviews, Top Stories

Motorola has finally taken a step up in the post-iPhone smartphone battlefield--about two years too late. Verizon began airing TV ads in October for Motorola's new "Droid," offering up a variety of things "Droid does" to set it... Read more »

An inaminate object becomes a test of morality in “The Box”

Chandy Clemens

November 20, 2009

Filed under Movie Reviews, Reviews

There's nothing remotely intriguing about a movie dealing with a box. Except, executed here, a lot of things. Director Richard Kelly brings us down a path of twists and turns that wind around logic and give it a good old chock-hold. "The... Read more »

A stylized revamp of Scrooge’s twisted emotions in “A Christmas Carol”

Kate Schumacher

November 19, 2009

Filed under Movie Reviews, Reviews

Charles Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol" is an old time favorite book, which has been created into an exciting, stylized animation movie. "A Christmas Carol" exerts the long life of choosing between happiness or sadness. Director... Read more »

Extravagant disaster movie + Mayan predictions = “2012”

Dann Fry

November 18, 2009

Filed under a&e featured, Movie Reviews, Reviews

When the first teaser for "2012" came out more than a year ago, I, for some reason, thought it wouldn't be the most over-the-top and ridiculously bad disaster movie I'd ever seen. But it is. For those concerned, the world is... Read more »

Titanic sets sail at the Science Museum of Minnesota

Kathleen Ambre

November 18, 2009

Filed under Art Exhibit Reviews, Reviews, scene featured, Top Stories

Transpiring at the Science Museum of Minnesota, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition features a spectacular collection of more than 250 artifacts recovered from the haunting wreckage of the world-renown ocean liner. Designed to simultaneously... Read more »

My Sister’s Closet

Margo Graff

November 17, 2009

Filed under Fashion, Reviews

1136 Grand Avenue St. Paul, MN A consignment shop built into a beautiful Victorian-inspired house off St. Paul's historic Grand Avenue, My Sister's Closet features both vintage clothing and current designer brands with out... Read more »

Second Debut combines vintage fashion and art

Meredith Cannon

November 16, 2009

Filed under Fashion, Reviews

4300 W. 36 1/2 Street Saint Louis Park, MN Conveniently located just minutes away from BSM near Uptown, Second D├ębut attracts a wide-range of customers with bold personalities and a unique sense of style. Filled with great... Read more »