There are over 20 holiday concerts being performed on private college campuses in Minnesota; find out which ones are closest to you.
Archives for November 2011
There are a myriad of films out there that portray characters suffering from mental illness; most sensationalize, but some get it right.
Some critics enjoy the comedy in this year’s production, others find this holiday bird to be over-stuffed.
Warren C. Bowles collapsed on stage, but HCMC paramedics were able to revive his heart.
Starting Thursday admission fees for the general public will increase by $1 at most of the Minnesota Historical Society’s historic sites and museums.
A verse to celebrate the oldest off-spring
Men’s vocal ensemble New York Polyphony looks to deepen its connections to Minnesota’s choral audiences through its music rooted in medieval and Renaissance traditions.
Minnesota’s poet laureate recalls the bounty of the harvest.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts presents an impressive collection of woodblock prints that continue to inspire contemporary artists.
This week, three Scotts and a Carol show us what it means to be a St. Cloud artist, introduce to us a new band with a warm sound perfect for winter, and a performance series that pushes all sorts of boundaries.