An economic recession takes its toll, but amidst it all there was some good news, too.
Archives for December 2009
Limited number of free copies of “Kaffir Manja” now available
If you dare venture out into the night, there are more than a few things to choose from on New Year’s Eve.
This week, our Art Hounds look back at their visual art and music highlights of the year. (Want to be an Art Hound? Sign up!) Marya Hart, Minneapolis Heiner Goebbel’s “Songs of War I Have Seen,” performed in Saint Paul last January by the London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment as Read more →
Edward Burtynsky photographs the impact of our industrialization – massive oil fields, used tires and junked computers. The images are both compelling and surprisingly beautiful.
Noah Bremer takes reins as solo artistic director
A seasonal shot of Brian Sobaski
With a big celebration coming up, we are looking for stories
Almodovar’s new movie is a complicated hoot
Image courtesy TU Dance This week, our Art Hounds look back at their theater and dance highlights of the year. (Want to be an Art Hound? Sign up!) Kathleen Peterson, Winona The Kushner ‘immersion’ at the Guthrie, with all 3 stages filled with his work, was a bold, risky move that paid off beautifully. It Read more →