The week’s hounds embrace a brooding Americana masterpiece, two storytellers absorbed in the human wreckage they’ve wrought, and the origins of a visual art scene in Duluth.
Emily Lloyd of Eden Prairie Hennepin County Library has been asking people for their six word memoirs for some time, and hopes to get all of Minneapolis to participate.
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A new interactive audio tour allows visitors to use their mobile devices to access stories about works of public art in Minneapolis.
A new play – set in a real funeral home – looks at how we remember people who lived less than stellar lives.
The author of the popular ‘Magicians’ series talks about repairing the rift between the fantasy genre and adult literature.
Kling will create original productions for the Fitzgerald stage, share commentaries on MPR and conduct storytelling workshops in St. Paul and Duluth.
The MCBA presents a show of work by letterpress artists who know all the rules, but have chosen to ignore them.
The founders and owners of a St Paul institution are retiring, but are confident the childrens bookstore will continue to thrive
The playwright and screenwriter has a surprising take on what makes for great film. Hint: it’s not beautiful writing.