Halloween and Pink Floyd dominate the arts news this morning…
While not always easy to follow, the rock opera delivered for Pink Floyd fans in a big way.
With the finest 21st-century technology has to offer and sans David Gilmour, Pink Floyd leader emeritus Roger Waters brings the theatrics to an ’80s rite of rock passage.
Phil Morton, a member of the Twin Cities theater community for 40 years, has died at age 64.
Just in time for Halloween, the mummy at the Science Museum of Minnesota is getting a CT scan.
Tonight curator Philip Bither will sit down with legendary Japanese-born choreographers/dancers Eiko and Koma to talk about the whole span of their career, including their long-standing relationship with the Walker.
This year marks Psycho’s 50th anniversary and the Minnesota Orchestra is tuning up to celebrate the film on a grand scale.
Horror flicks made in Minnesota screen at the Riverview Theater – Sheila Regan, City PagesThis Thursday, get your Halloween spirit into gear with a double bill featuring two local filmmakers. Grinning Faces, directed by Noah Tilsen, makes its debut while The City, directed by James Vogel, will be shown in an extended format at Riverview Theatre.
1:17pm Whoops! Missed this one:National Book Critics Circle showcases top authors in special Talk of the Stacks showcase – Linda White, TC Daily Planet