Kulture Klub Collaborative develops arts programs for youth who are, or who have been, homeless.
Archives for April 2012
Tonight tens of thousands of people will go out into their communities and give away free books.
The Choral Initiative seeks to make inroads to new communities, new audiences and new forms of choral music.
On Earth Day, people will gather at the Mississippi River to make wishes and send them up into the sky on kites.
The winner of this year’s O’Shaughnessy Prize talks about the crossover between journalism and poetry.
The hounds track down a Minneapolis electronic band with a Dutch name and occasional krautrock influences, a painter who’s celebrating book readers in southwest Minnesota and a post-apocalyptic play with horror movie sensibilities.
The June 16 concert will feature The Hold Steady, Trampled By Turtles, Doomtree, Tune-Yards and Howler.
Rave reviews abound for this high-energy musical that pairs Theater Latte Da’s direction with U of MN students and Carl Fink’s choreography.
Filmmaker David Gelb learned a philiosophy of hard work from the wolrd’s greatest sushi chef.
A one-and-a-half-page ad wrapped around a section of the paper included a ringing endorsement for the play by the newspapers editor, Nancy Barnes.