Longtime friends Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing are heading down the Mississippi River tomorrow to embark on what they hope will be both a geographical and a musical journey.
Archives for May 2011
While everyone agrees Cirque du Soleil is its own brand of spectacular, local critics are bugged by Ovo’s length, and by its music.
The longtime television star and recently returned to the Guthrie to share some old stories.
Local comedian Joshua Scrimshaw shares the travails of proving himself – or not proving himself – in the world of “serious theater.”
Writer Sheila O’Connor gives herself a firm start date for each book she writes, and then doesn’t stop working until it’s done.
The band can still swing.
The prize, presented by the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, recognizes exceptional work by book artists from all over the globe.
World Circuit producer Nick Gold is trying to recreate the magic of the Buena Vista sessions with his original idea: Afrocubism, a collaboration between Malian and Cuban musicians.
The gift is enough to fund two parts of a four-phase remodeling and expansion project.
Allen Christian shows viewers around his studio, which also serves as a gallery of transformed bowling balls and frying pans.