Costume designer Matthew LeFebvre gives a backstage tour of how he creates period costumes for A Christmas Carol and other productions.
Archives for February 2012
Scott Alarik knows a thing or two about the folk music scene. Maybe that’s why so many critics and music enthusiasts alike love his new book, “Revival”.
Dan Wilson refutes the idea that making an emotional song is as simple as adding a little dissonance.
The documentary, co-produced by Twin Cities Public Television, earned strong reviews at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Bon Iver took home two awards, while Wilson was honored for Adele collaboration.
Lutman is leaving her position as president and managing director of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra to start an independent consulting practice.
Here are some good bets for showing your affection before, during and after Valentine’s Day.
Research revealed Saint Paul the Hermit was inaccurately dated and attributed; the new information – and the new positioning of the statue – make much more sense.
The hounds lead us to the premiere of an alt-musical in Duluth, a charitable community choir in St. Paul, and an exhibition that pairs up male and female artists.
Emily Lloyd of Eden Prairie Hennepin County Library has been asking people for their six word memoirs for some time, and hopes to get all of Minneapolis to participate.