Singer-songwriter Bob “Slim” Dunlap is in the hospital this week recovering from a serious stroke.
Archives for February 2012
Christopher P. DiCarlo will assume the role of President & Director of The Museum of Russian Art, replacing retiring Director Brad Shinkle.
For the past several months, thousands of Twin Cities children have been studying African and African-American music in preparation for a series of performances starting Sunday.
The foundation is shifting its support to artists who want to take their work out of the performance hall and into the community.
On the hounds agenda this week; an L.A. rapper who celebrates the dark side of life, a comedy duo with a quirky, unpredictable performance style, and strange objects, in a cramped basement, at night, in south Minneapolis.
The St. Paul-based Mu Daiko drumming ensemble is embarking on its 15th anniversary tour. Watch them pound out a powerful rehearsal in this video.
The musical man of mystery refuses to have his picture taken and even insists his voice be digitally processed for radio.
Hampton is best known for his adaptations of novels for stage and screen, including ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ and ‘A Dangerous Method.’
At least one critic felt the show lived up to its comic promises, but others say the humor is strained.
For the NEA, that’s still only about half of what it was allotted in the late ’80s and early ’90s, adjusting for inflation.