A Bengali poet, writer, composer, musician, painter, and playwright, in 1913 Tagore became the first non-European to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
– Sheila Regan, TC Daily Planet
Jones and the Dap Kings coming to the State Theatre
– Natalie Gallagher, City Pages
What happened Saturday night at the Cedar Cultural Center was not your typical celebratory CD release.
– Kyle Matteson, TC Daily Planet
The historical significance of Paul Simon at First Avenue is beyond doubt, but the quality of the experience is in grave question.
– David Hansen, City Pages
It took Minneapolis club veteran Tim Mahoney less than 30 seconds to make a strong impression on one of the judges on NBC’s “The Voice” — never mind that he completely made a wrong impression.
– Chris Riemenschneider, Star Tribune
The man, known to many as Bill Mike, has done so much it’s hard to know where to begin. He’s seen the music industry from nearly every angle, and has worked with practically every artist on the MinneWiki page.
– Pat Dougherty, City Pages
Officials at the theater have pledged transparency and accountability and a new era for the company. Still, they have been unreachable since the fundraiser.
– Rohan Preston, Star Tribune
The work offers tremendous challenges for the performer, as the emotions in the hour-long piece are kept so close, but veteran Barbra Berlovitz masterfully takes the audience on Didion’s journey.
– Ed Huyck, City Pages
SteppingStone Theatre has announced a 2011-12 season that includes two new adaptations of classic children’s tales – one about a girl who believes she is a princess and the other about a puppet who wants to be a boy.
– Maja Beckstrom, Pioneer Press