After serious problems with its website last fall, the Minnesota philanthropic website GiveMN has announced it’s changing technology partners. The organization began a competitive search for a new partner after its provider Razoo was unable to keep the site running during it’s annual “Give to the Max Day.” Razoo had just increased its processing fees Read more →
Tonight marked the 26th Minnesota Book Awards at St. Paul’s Union Depot. The annual ceremony celebrates some of the greatest new books by Minnesotans. The awards are divided into eight categories: children’s literature, general nonfiction, genre fiction, memoir and creative nonfiction, Minnesota, novel and short story, poetry, and young people’s literature. And here they are, Read more →
Guthrie, Park Square theaters work out scheduling problems over “Mr. Burns.” Read more →
Katori Hall’s play “The Mountaintop” imagines what the final hours of King’s life might have been like, centering around his conversation with a hotel maid. Read more →
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra has announced its 2014-2015 season, and one of the highlights is not a performance but a move.
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Instinct Art Gallery’s curator John Schuerman gathered together a group of artists who aren’t afraid to dig deep to create works that both delight and disturb. Read more →
Critics find Theater Latte Da’s production of “Our Town” lively and rock-solid.
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The reviews are in for Guthrie Theater’s ‘Othello’ Read more →
Pianist Jeremy Denk’s had a string of successes lately. On Tuesday the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra will name him an artistic partner. Read more →
All My Relations Arts in Minneapolis is presenting a solo show of works by Maggie Thompson, a young woman who already displays a mature and nuanced artistic voice. A textile artist by training, the 24 year-old Thompson was born and raised in Minneapolis and is a member of the Fond du Lac Ojibwe. She graduated Read more →