This afternoon the museum added 11 contemporary pieces to its collection, and will soon add several more.
Archives for September 2010
Kids share their love for a sport that gets them off the “potato couch.”
Norwegian novelist Per Petterson shares his own unorthodox approach to writing.
Tonight’s Ivey Awards recognized some of the best and brightest in Twin Cities theater.
A collection of poems brings jazz and blues music to rural Minnesota.
The home of “A Prairie Home Companion” gets historic billing just as it marks its 100th birthday.
Director Amir Bar-Lev doesn’t mince words about the central character in his new film, which opens in the Twin Cities this weekend. “The icon Pat Tillman is a guy the real Pat Tillman would have hated,” he says over the phone. “Because Pat Tillman was by all accounts a guy who was incredibly loyal, incredibly Read more →
Comedy, poetry, theater and edgy electronica await your consideration.
Tomorrow people will be converting parking spaces in the Twin Cities into miniature parks.
This week the hounds take us to Liberia during the civil war, a fictional reservation in Northern Minnesota and to an alternative future.