Putting a twist on the Community Supported Agriculture model in which folks can buy food directly from local farmers, the art CSA replaces the veggies for works of art.
– Amy Carlson Gustafson, Pioneer Press
His new space is much larger, and the artist plans to host monthly performances, ping pong games, and karaoke.
– Sheila Regan, City Pages
The Minneapolis theater sent a dire message to its supporters: Stand up, or we shut down.
– Rohan Preston, Star Tribune
… and has only a week to raise it
– Ross Raihala, Pioneer Press
According to a foreclosure notice in the Chaska Herald, the original amount of the mortgage for Prince R. Nelson was $605,000 in 1994. The amount due on the mortgage is $368,382.
– Gita Sitaramiah, Pioneer Press
Bleeding ulcer kept Al Milgrom, 88, in bed, but he kept working on MSPIFF business.
– Colin Covert, Star Tribune
Some of the Madea movies have just a sprinkling of Tyler Perry’s outsized, drag character, but there’s a lot of Madea in “Madea’s Big Happy Family,” and that should make for big happy Tyler fans.
– Chris Hewitt, Pioneer Press
Concert review: Call it a partial preview, since the Chamber Orchestra performs only about half of the show it will take to New York City next month.
– LARRY FUCHSBERG , Star Tribune
It’s that time again. Radio K, the student run station from the University of Minnesota very humbly has launched another pledge drive and is asking for your help.
– Danny Sigelman, City Pages
– Jon Bream, Star Tribune
‘I Wish You Love’ is a fine and fitting tribute to Nat ‘King’ Cole’
– Quinton Skinnner, Pioneer Press
I’m pleased to report that Spears, under Lou Bellamy’s sharp direction, does Cole beautifully, and if you require a reason to see this show, Spears herewith provides it.
– John Olive, HowWasTheShow.com