The rich and interesting history of community singing events in Minneapolis. A new season kicks off this weekend at Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis. Read more →
Dick Hensold, St. Paul bagpipe player, takes to the road for a few days with his Northumbrian smallpipes and a few musician friends, to share Cape Breton music with people around the state. Read more →
The reward for audience members from Penumbra’s production of “Spunk,” is to hear how our common language can be adapted and used with cleverness and intelligence to express the range of emotions that shape the human condition.
A free concert on Sunday that features the dulcimer as a solo instrument.
The two pipe organs at the Cathedral of St. Paul are the focus of restoration and will feature new consoles linked by fiber optics, a walnut casement and refurbished pipes.
Beekeeping project seeking to expand
Here are five things I learned from attending the World’s Toughest Rodeo at the Xcel Energy Center on Saturday.
A Minnesota artist turns 90 and continues to work in his studio nearly every day.
An interactive supper series brings together strangers who stay in character while dining out along the Central Corridor.
The McFarlane line of master stone carvers ends with Dean; there’s not a family member waiting in the wings to carry on the craft.