Sound effects wizard dies at 64
Archives for October 2011
Alan Hollinghurst’s novel ‘The Stranger’s Child’ follows the uneven ripples of a poet’s career through almost a century.
To play you’ve got to know the rules
The hounds show their enthusiasm for the final solo performance of the founder of “Ballet of the Dolls,” a virtuoso piano improviser from France and an intimate musical theater piece featuring one of the Twin Cities’ finest vocalists.
The U’s Tetsuya Yamada wins largest cash award in contemporary ceramics
Gary Stone makes harps, dulcimers and Irish drums in his barn-turned-workshop in Red Wing, Minn.
Luna Negra, an extraordinary dance company based in Chicago, aims to challenge conventional notions about Latin dance.
Mu Performing Arts’ exploration of adoption gets mixed reviews from the critics.
A Republican leader says some of his colleagues in the Minnesota Legislature are considering a plan that would rely on a portion of the state’s Legacy funds to pay for a new Vikings Stadium.
During “Art on the Town” people voted for their favorite Twin Cities galleries, exhibitions and more. Here are the results.