Mary King Osterfield played with FMSO for 46 years, and was the oldest active player in the symphony’s history.
Archives for January 2012
The hounds have uncovered a devil-worshipping Swedish heavy metal band, a slew of confessional style performers and artists who turn the phrase ‘dirty girls’ inside out, and an indie rock band which is seriously tongue-in-cheek.
All three reviews applaud strong acting and a luscious set, but two critics wish for more cruelty and deceit.
The center’s first and only Executive Director is stepping down in July after leading the fiber arts space for 18 years.
Even the crankiest local critics admit the Disney musical is worth checking out.
The Minneapolis painter is as passionate about meditation as he is about art. A visit to his studio shows what happens when these two disciplines collide.
In a world that’s become hypersocial, where can we go for silence?
Max Sparber leaves, Pamela Espaland is expanding her beat, and Andy Sturdevant launches “The Stroll.”
Cell phones are an integral part of modern life, but theater, music and dance performances are regularly hijacked by a phone going off in the middle of a show.
A variety of activities that should be fun, no matter where you set your thermostat.