Star TribuneThe chatter over the State of the Union’s bipartisan seating chart wasn’t enough to fill the seats that really...
Updated: January 27, 2011, - 02:31 PM
'Friend' as a noun, verb: 'The King's Speech' and 'The Social Network.'
Updated: January 14, 2011, - 11:01 PM
The media and mediators trying to patch up the relationship between President Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai focused on...
Updated: May 12, 2010, - 06:40 PM
The pictures couldn't have been more different.
Updated: April 28, 2010, - 06:52 PM
While "Woe Canada!" never replaced "O Canada!" as the national anthem, there were times during the 1970s and 1980s when it appeared social and political problems just might lead to the breakup of the country. A series of separatist referendums in Quebec almost passed. And restive western provinces, frustrated with eastern domination, were none too happy that their economic contributions weren't reflected politically.
Updated: April 21, 2010, - 07:36 PM
If 3D is ever going to transition from the big screen to the small one, it will be because of...
Updated: April 12, 2010, - 03:07 PM
Monday, Sept. 10, 2001, was the first day of the new fall television season. As usual, most new shows were escapist entertainment. But reflective of a nation enjoying peace and prosperity -- the war in Kosovo had wound down, while the economy was wound up -- the new season featured an escapist inversion, with three new series about the CIA: CBS's "The Agency," ABC's "Alias," and Fox's "24."
Updated: March 29, 2010, - 06:57 PM
Joining Ray Mithun and Mac Martin as one of only three Minnesotans to be inducted into the American Advertising Federation...
Updated: March 26, 2010, - 02:32 PM
"Tyger! Tyger! burning bright," began William Blake's poem "The Tyger." But nothing will burn brighter than the TV lights and media heat when Tiger Woods returns to the PGA Tour and plays in the Masters in April.
Updated: March 16, 2010, - 07:47 PM