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Today we’re teaming up with our friends over at 43kixMinneapolis to give away two pairs of tickets to for a one-time showing of “Munch 150 – Art Exhibition” – a part of the EXHIBITION: Great Art on Screen cinema series- on Thursday, June 27, in Eden Prairie or Brooklyn Center. There are two steps to [...]

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As I waded through the crowd of screaming teenage girls, equally as enthusiastic soccer moms and what I can only assume is the next wave of cast members for “Glee,” I came to a realization: the fun. I was seeing at the Roy Wilkins Auditorium Wednesday night was not the same fun. I’d seen in [...]

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In case you hadn’t noticed, January isn’t exactly the best time of year for new movies – at least really good movies. Studios typically don’t release films they feel have a chance for awards in January because it misses the deadline for the previous year’s awards and you don’t want to release a prestige pick [...]

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n one of my favorite scenes from “Clerks 2,” Randal (played by Jeff Anderson) gets into a heated – and not suitable for this blog – discussion about the merits of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy versus the original “Star Wars” trilogy. The gist of that conversation is that the original LOTR trilogy is [...]

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Call me behind the times, but I spent a few hours on a recent afternoon (Sunday, Nov. 4) enjoying the readings of three local poets at Magers & Quinn Booksellers in Minneapolis. It was interesting. First, because I haven’t been to a multitude of REALLY very small poetry readings. The situation was intimate. So intimate, [...]

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