Born and raised in the shadow of fame and litigation, shattered by the loss of her mother, Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina was overwhelmed by the achievements and demons of others before she could begin to figure out who she was.
Much of the buzz around Tangerine stems from the fact it was shot entirely on iPhone 5s, equipped with special lenses. While it is indeed remarkable that a pocket-sized device could have produced such a […]
Few teenage girls would give up the chance to see their favorite boy band. But when a scheduling conflict got in the way, Alex, Abby and their dad had an idea. Instead of selling their tickets to this weekend’s One Direction concert at TCF Bank Stadium, they would give them away.
Senator Al Franken is joining the ranks of Taylor Swift by taking on one of the country’s most powerful companies. He’s asking the attorney general to look into the business practices of Apple.
Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen prepares for the final chapter of The Hunger Games series in today’s trailer titled “We March Together.”
The deliberately campy “Sharknado 3” debuted on the SyFy channel Wednesday evening, and there was a cameo by a very familiar Minnesotan. In the movie, “The Today Show” tosses to a live interview with former Rep. Michele Bachmann to talk about the evacuation of the eastern seaboard as the Sharknado storms swirl about.
Researchers say they’ve figured out the right time to tie to knot. Sociologists at the University of Utah say people should get married between the ages of 28 and 32. Past studies showed that waiting longer to get hitched usually led to more stability, but this new research found that the odds of divorce decline significantly between the ages of 28 and 32.
Sen. Al Franken is calling for an investigation into Apple’s new streaming music service. The Minnesota Democrat wants confirmation that the tech giant isn’t breaking anti-trust laws.
Here’s a look at some weekend events that all seem to involve a lot of food, a few beverages, books and bikes. But not all at the same time.
Town carnivals are a big part of summertime fun for many Minnesota communities. But in New London, a carnival that was booked and paid for never showed up. E.A.R. Carnivals also does business as Minnesota Magic Midway.
Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and check out these eleven books before their hotly anticipated adaptations arrive at a theater near you.
Like most summer weekends in the Twin Cities, this weekend is chock full of great shows to see! Here’s just a small — but great — sample of what this weekend has to offer.
Somehow, summer is halfway over. That being said, you should probably spend as much time as possible out enjoying the warm season on a lake or a patio.
Garrison Keillor, creator and longtime host of “A Prairie Home Companion,” says the next season of the popular radio show will be his last as host.
The Internet Cat Video Festival is less than a month away, and voting is open for the People’s Choice Award for the feline video most-deserving of the Golden Kitty trophy.
For movie fans, there are two distinct seasons: awards season and summer. Some people consider them the respective high and low points of the year. These people are killjoys. Though Hollywood studios’ continuing habit for holding their most “important” releases until November and December grates, at least the payoff is some of the finest, biggest dumb entertainment that obscene budgets can buy. There’s nothing wrong with a little escapism, as the ten movies I feature here prove.
Thousands of country music fans helped set a new attendance record at Target Field. Almost 85,000 people went to see Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean on Saturday and Sunday.
Many were called and two will be chosen to hopefully hear their name called, to “come on down.” The rotunda at the Mall of America was the site Sunday for the “Price Is Right” contestant search.
It’s official — Kenny Chesney’s Saturday concert at Target Field was the most attended event in the venue’s history.
Haley Bonar has been in the Minnesota music scene for twelve years as a singer-songwriter. She talks to WCCO about how she has struck a balance between music, ambition and motherhood.
Questions about vigilantism are at the heart of Cartel Land, a gripping documentary on the people risking their lives taking a stand against Mexican drug cartels on both sides of the border. Directed by Matthew Heineman, whose camerawork is athletic and fearless, the movie unfolds like a blockbuster action flick, not unlike executive producer Kathryn Bigelow’s The Hurt Locker or Zero Dark Thirty. The film starts in Mexico, in the dead of night, with masked men cooking meth, explaining that while the drugs might wreak havoc in America, it’s the only way for them to escape poverty. What choice do they have?
OMG… it’s National Emoji Day! July 17 is marked as the official day we celebrate those little smiley faces and objects that have become so popular for texting over the last several years.
The fantasy saga “Game of Thrones” received a leading 24 Emmy Awards nominations Thursday. The drama wasn’t hurt by controversy over its depiction of a female character’s rape, earning five more nominations than it did last year.
If you’re looking to escape the heat and humidity this week, there’s probably no better way to do it than to watch Satyajit Ray’s gorgeously restored and undeniably epic Apu trilogy, which is playing over at the Lagoon Cinema. While it’s no doubt a commitment to see each film, the payoff is hug: It’s one of those works that’ll rekindle your belief in the power of cinema, or art in general. Seriously, it’s that good.
There was a pretty good crowd appreciating French culture in Minneapolis early Sunday afternoon. The Bastille Day Block Party is an annual event at Barbette in Uptown.
“Game of Thrones” earned a leading 24 Emmy Award nominations, but there were big nods for “Mad Men,” “Transparent,” and “Better Call Saul.” Here are the top nominations.
A 10-year-old mutt named Quasi Modo, whose spinal birth defects left her a bit hunchbacked, was the winner of the World’s Ugliest Dog contest.