America likes family-focused franchises, at-home drama that takes place in the public eye. The Balls are the latest manifestation of this fad. LaVar Ball, otherwise known as basketball’s Kris Jenner, juggles three sons — Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo — as well as the clothing line he runs, Big Baller Brand.
The worst thing about “Fifty Shades Freed” isn’t that it reinforces constrictive gender norms. It’s that it’s boring.
“The 20/20 Experience” met rave reviews in 2013. Why? Who knows, given that Bruno Mars’ early stuff was more grown-up than Justin Timberlake's awkward sonic assemblage. In “Man of the Woods,” JT starts to smooth out the kinks of that sound and adds quite a few more.
The owner of Treehouse Records, Mark Trehus, has been in the Twin Cities vinyl industry for a long time. Before Treehouse Records, he managed Oar Folkjokeopus, from 1985 to 2001, until he bought the shop and renamed it.
It’s the age of time capsules and the Space Race, of turquoise Cadillacs and Jell-O pie. It’s the Cold War in the ’60s, and paranoia governs the States.
A&E met with the club to see just how exclusive it is — and to preview their upcoming show.
Good luck being a scrooge after seeing this year’s production of “A Christmas Carol” at the Guthrie. In turn chilling and warming, it’s the ideal old tale with which to welcome winter.
In 2003, Tommy Wiseau released “The Room,” a ferociously passionate melodrama that he wrote, directed, produced and starred in. His hope was to gain Hollywood’s recognition, and he succeeded, but not as he intended. This weekend, “The Disaster Artist” hit the screen of the Uptown Theatre. The movie, directed by James Franco (who also stars as Wiseau), is based on the memoir of the same name by Greg Sestero (who plays ‘Mark’ in “The Room”).
Winter in Minnesota can mean six months of freezing temperatures, and you need a protective layer between your pores and the relentless wind.
Eerie and ethereal, Björk’s “Utopia” feels like the musical equivalent of the Driftless Area, that corner of the Midwest the glaciers never touched, leaving its landscape surprisingly different from the rest of the states that surround it.