Concrete and Grass, Lowertown’s music festival, is back for a third year, and this year’s line-up is just as delightfully diverse as past years.
Archives for August 2009
Career analyst Dan Pink debunks performance bonuses and pushes instead for jobs that give people the ability to direct themselves in meaningful pursuits.
Word came in today about the fates of two bars known for hosting local music.
You know James Hong. You just don’t know you do.
An exit interview with Playwrights’ Center’s Producing Artistic Director Polly Carl.
A journalist travels to Hibbing in search of Bob Dylan’s voice, and gets an earful.
‘Inglourious Basterds’ is bloody (and) confusing.
It’s hard not to think of Highpoint Center for Printmaking as the Twin Cities’ golden child amongst non-profit arts organizations.
The Minnesota Renaissance Festival opens this week; so does a photography exhibition on homeless youth.
Red Wing native Michael Augustin has been practicing the art of sand painting for nearly thirty years.