St Anthony Main
If you haven’t paid your cinematic respects to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, Minneapolis’ St. Anthony Main Theatre has pretty much the perfect opportunity in the coming days.
Authorities say a water line break has caused significant damage to at least a pair of businesses in Minneapolis Thursday morning. Officials said the water main break happened on St. Anthony Main near Tuggs Tavern, which is on the 200 block of Main Street SE.
Fido and Fluffy may be departed, but pet owners will have a chance to remember them at a pet memorial next month in Minneapolis. Two organizations that work with pets and pet owners will hold a Pet Memorial Day event on Sept. 8 at the Stone Arch Bridge/Father Hennepin Bluffs Park at St. Anthony Main.
The great Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini once said that there’s only a few stories. That aphorism bore true, I found, when watching two rock ‘n’ roll documentaries slated to come out this weekend — A Band Called Death and Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me.
Pride is over, but another week of celebration is about to begin. So if you need to flesh out your Fourth of July plans, or just cool off for a few hours, here’s some flicks worth considering…
More than 40 Twin Cities runners gathered on St. Anthony main on Monday, jogging along the Mississippi River to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Keri Pickett produced and directed “The Fabulous Ice Age” – a film about the history of theatrical ice shows which dates back 100 years.
“Only the Young,” a documentary playing at St. Anthony Main this coming week, explores the “betweenness” in the lives of a few middle class California kids as they skateboard in suburban ruins and learn about their friends, themselves and what challenges lie beyond high school.
It’s going to be a busy release day at multiplexes this coming Friday (Taken 2, Pitch Perfect, and Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie are all on deck), and nearly as busy at the art house, with the […]
OK, I’ll cop to a little mistake in last week’s column. So count one as a bonus screening option for this very crowded week. Here are five suggestions for the next seven days.
Sports fans are helping keep a local radio legend’s legacy alive. George Chappel, who was known over the airwaves as Dark Star, died this past June. He was just 66 years old.
What could be better than sitting on an outdoor patio at your favorite restaurant, bathing in the sun and enjoying a wonderful waterfront view? Check out the best restaurants in the Twin Cities for just that.
As Jim Brunzell already noted in the Twin Cities Daily Planet, there’s a definite political question hanging in the air over the Out Twin Cities Film Festival this year. It’s Marriage.
I can’t think of a more appropriate title for the final film of the 2012 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival.
“The dog ate my homework” gets a wryly navel-gazing, grad school spin in Nancy, Please (a film which, incidentally, boasts maybe my favorite title this year).