Minneapolis based Dessa transcends fellow hip-hop artists with “Code”

Bernardo Vigil

March 22, 2010

Filed under Music Reviews, Reviews

In a day and age where overproduced, unimaginative, rap-pop seems to dominate the charts, Minneapolis hip-hop seems to have resisted the auto-tune trend. Seemingly becoming a breeding ground for artful producers and potent lyricists,... Read more »

Alice in Lacklusterland

Mickey Caulfield

March 22, 2010

Filed under a&e featured, Movie Reviews, Reviews

Never before has a movie been so subservient to the drug culture that popularized it and simultaneously averse to anything approaching psychonautics. Tim Burton's 2010 adaption uses the colorful imagery that made generations of... Read more »

Pricy desserts well worth it at Wuollet’s

Alana Profit

March 19, 2010

Filed under Restaurant Reviews, Reviews

Wuollet's offers traditional bakery eats like freshly baked bread and doughnuts, but the classic desserts are where this bakery excels. The Princess torte, for example, looks like it jumped off the screen of "Princess and the... Read more »

You may not feel so sane after “Shutter Island”

Chandler Clemens

March 18, 2010

Filed under Movie Reviews, Reviews

Martin Scorsese's name is synonymous with some of films greatest masterpieces and like a few of his pieces that don't glorify the criminal activity of mobsters, like "Taxi Driver" and "Cape Fear," "Shutter Island" is a character... Read more »

Lachey succeeds with new MTV music reality show

Sam Thomas

March 17, 2010

Filed under Reviews, TV Reviews

Though Nick Lachey failed miserably as a husband, actor, and pop singer, he finally got something right. In March of 2009, his production of MTV's "Taking the Stage" aired. This music reality show follows several high-school... Read more »

Resisting the Ordinary

Addie Reine

March 17, 2010

Filed under Art Exhibit Reviews, Reviews

The unsettling works of the "Abstract Resistance" exhibit bewilder and astound as contemporary masterpieces fight against our perception of art through graphic interpretations of traumatic historical events. The mediums used to... Read more »

Dowling resurrects a classic tragedy

Kathleen Ambre

March 10, 2010

Filed under Reviews, Theater Reviews

Assailed by the chaos of battle--rappelling rapiers, eruptions of gunfire, knives drawn--the impassioned opening act of the Guthrie's latest adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth promptly establishes a savage, relentless tone. Celebrated... Read more »

Good food at Good Day

Meredith Gallagher

March 9, 2010

Filed under Around the Corner, Reviews

One of the best breakfast places in the west metro, Good Day Cafe is famous for its delicious egg dishes. Whether it be one of their omelettes, quiches, or eggs Benedict, you cannot go wrong at Good Day. They are also known for... Read more »

A little taste of Mexico

Alana Profit

March 5, 2010

Filed under Restaurant Reviews, Reviews

The seemingly run down-restaurant known as Little Tijuana holds it own against the local eateries due to the unique spin they put on time-tested Mexican favorites and the homemade tastes of the dishes. There isn't a a single... Read more »