The hounds mark their return to the radio by celebrating a band from New Jersey, a dance concert and two artists who meld random creativity with intricate artistry. Read more →
Lightsey Darst lives at that wonderful intersection of art — and art.
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Trying to figure out what shows to see in the remaining days of the Fringe? Check out these reviews from some seasoned pros: Samantha Veldhouse is the stage manager of “The Education of Murray Sanderson.” She says while “RT + MPLS: The Legend of RT Rybak” is a comedy featuring the city’s mayor, it actually Read more →
Florence Brammer is a visual artist and occasional performance artist. She recommends a trip to the Museum of Russian Art: “The huge woman with a red bandana and black work boots? I won’t be forgetting her soon,” a friend recently exclaimed about The Museum of Russian Art’s “Women in Soviet Art” exhibit. In the Read more →
Noah Baumbach makes a feel-good movie
Season features international, national and local performers
A look at the top art stories from the week.
The hounds hunt down an eerie portrait of a mentally ill Irish evangelist, a meditation on the natural world that’s informed by Alaskan Native culture, and a performance piece about being young, black and an unintended father.
The hounds have uncovered an under-appreciated Minnesota composer, a hotshot German artist who’s bringing his internationally renowned paintings to Rochester, and the reason Northfield will be a mecca for contra dance this weekend.
The hounds take you to St. Paul for some unadulterated Sondheim, to Minneapolis in search of the roots of Afro-Brazilian dance, and to Moorhead for some late 19th-century prairie paintings.