Cruise and Diaz catch some air in “Knight and Day” (Images courtesy 20th Century Fox, photos by Frank Masi) I spent the first few minutes of “Knight and Day” trying to work out on whom Tom Cruise had modeled his character. He plays Roy Miller, a rogue U.S. government agent who has filched a super-duper Read more →
Archives for June 2010
When classical Indian dancer Ananda Shankar Jayant was diagnosed with cancer in 2008, she chose to not just fight it, but dance through it.
Ann Iverson’s step-son goes off to war, and leaves his parents to deal with the hole that’s left behind, and the worry.
The Weisman Art Museum’s latest exhibition, “Ordinarily Here” celebrates the work of local artists and everyday objects while preparing audiences for the museum’s closing this fall.
Mad King Thomas is part of Kristin Van Loon’s six-show challenge. Definitely not Bryant Lake Bowl Artistic Director and Hijack co-founder Kristin Van Loon. Van Loon strongly believes in celebrating shows that are already happening. Which is why she’s promising anyone who sees six dance events happening at the BLB, the Southern, Bedlam Theatre or Read more →
The Schubert Club Museum adds 15 manuscripts to its collection, including letters by Brahms, Debussy and Liszt.
Despite the Walker putting its annual tradition on hiatus, Loring Park will still host movies and live music, thanks to other funders who stepped forward.
Writers and artists pondering their Jewish identity, tabla and sitar sounds at Gandhi Mahal and a teen revival of a musical about young people changing the world while not cutting their hair are all on the hounds’ radar this week.
New exhibit showcases decades of work by Minneapolis photographer
Looking for a bit of nostalgia? Or maybe just some ridiculous fun? We’ve got oodles of both this weekend.