Five Irish sisters on one stage, an arts oasis outside Lester Prairie, and new music from a renowned new music ensemble.
Archives for January 2010
Whether you’re planning to see Tom Stoppard’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll” or take your kids to Rock the Cradle, there’s bound to be a little music and mayhem in your weekend…
An exhibition at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design looks at the work of young furniture designers around the country and here at home.
A poem in honor of basketball pro Lindsay Whalen’s return to Minnesota
“Lightning struck itself” uses punk rock, sci-fi and glitter to explore the broken promise of the space race and other failed utopian visions.
Do artists living in Minnesota produce work that is particularly “Minnesotan?”
Film still from “Urban Explorer,” courtesy Melody Gilbert This installment is geared toward the cinephile as the hounds lead us to a film that’s become a cult hit, a you-pick showcase of documentarian Melody Gilbert’s work and movie scores courtesy of Minn. Orch. (Want to be an art hound? Sign up here!) Clarence Wethern is Read more →
A new burst of creative activity is hitting Twin Cities stages and galleries this weekend.
A new Imax film presents Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings in a way they’ve never before been seen.
The table was turned on departing theater critic Dominic Papatola last night as actors, directors and fellow critics each took their turn reviewing him.