Program allows younger patrons to call in for rush tickets on the day of a show
Archives for October 2012
The movie star is giving a total of $100,000 to the Human Rights Campaign to motivate others to give in the final days before election.
In a vote by secret ballot, the Musicians of the SPCO unanimously rejected management’s latest contract proposal.
Warsame Shire Awale, a popular poet, playwright and songwriter who was a fixture of Somali culture for three decades, was murdered by gunmen near his Mogadishu home.
As Minnesotans prepare to vote on the Marriage Amendment, Theater Latte Da presents a show that questions whether marriage is really that great in the first place.
William Souder’s new book ‘On a Farther Shore’ looks at the life and legacy of environmentalist Rachel Carson.
Critics found moments thrilling, but say the show as a whole was uneven.
When jazz bassist Chris Bates brings his group to the Icehouse restaurant in Minneapolis tonight, the ensemble will make a strong statement for improvised music.
Latin bandleader Poncho Sanchez, who performs tonight at the Ordway in St. Paul, learned to play the congas by emulating great musicians. He also played with them.
When Trio Bossa Nova performs tonight at Cafe 318 in Excelsior, the ensemble will explore intimate Brazilian songs and original compositions.