The New Zealand Book Council delivers a potent message on the power of the page
Archives for November 2009
Architecture student Magnus Larsson hopes to slow down or even reverse the spread of deserts by turning sand dunes into solid, habitable structures.
The Art Hounds lead us through a sad, surreal landscape, a groom’s romantic past, and ‘folktronic’ collages.
Benjamin Franklin was an innovator, an auto-didact and a lover of life. So what would he be up to if he were alive today?
With two big martial arts films opening this weekend in Minnesota, the audiences will select themselves
Why do we react so strongly to guys who let their jeans sag below their hips?
Author Amy Whitaker is a fan of museums, but thinks they need to be retooled for modern life.
Critic and reporter Dominic Papatola is leaving the St. Paul Pioneer Press for a position with the Otto Bremer Foundation. It’s not yet clear whether he’ll be replaced.
The film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s novel is bleak, but deeply moving
How do we decide who to give our money to? How do you ‘justify’ giving money to an organization that many see as a luxury, not a necessity?