Her one-woman show draws on her experience with cancer while exploring love, displacement and identity.
The hounds hunt down a fight to the death among some Twin Cities writers, a festival celebrating the art of trading in Hewitt and celestial bodies and circuit bent music in Duluth.
Writer David Rakoff who has died at age 47 visited MPR a number of times, and always left a quiet but strong impression
When the American dream turned into a nightmare documentary director Lauren Greenfield had a ringside seat
Alemayehu’s spoken word piece takes on the state of the world, and dreams of something better.
On Earth Day, people will gather at the Mississippi River to make wishes and send them up into the sky on kites.
Minnesota veterans are turning their old military fatigues into paper, and journaling their memories of service.
Sally Award winner Rick Jacobson explains what it means to be an “audio describer.”
A hard partying pop metal purveyor, a multimedia narrative about grief and bowling, and a solo performer’s exploration of the ‘happiness industry,’ have whetted the hounds’ art appetites this week.
The creator of ‘Finding Nemo,’ ‘Toy Story’ and ‘Wall-E’ shares his tips for great storytelling.