Rachel Breen stitches together a neighborhood in black and white.
Archives for May 2010
Connie Wanek contemplates the remains of a literary feast.
Sonja Peterson explores the similarities between the wilds of untamed nature and the jungle on Wall Street.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has purchased a rare French ewer to add to its decorative arts collection.
It’s a music-minded installment this week with a Minneapolis dance party/live jam session, a Chinese/American classical music exchange and a quartet of local jazz stalwarts all on the hounds’ arts calendar.
Art-a-Whirl, amusement parks, time travel and futurist poets are just some of the bright ideas out there this weekend.
After 29 years with the opera, President and CEO Kevin Smith decides it’s time for a change.
Poetry is alive and well on the streets of St. Paul.
This Thursday the Minneapolis Parks Foundation launches a public debate on how to preserve and strengthen the city’s open spaces in the 21st century.
Photographers around the world captured a moment in time, and now you can travel the virtual globe through their images.