The Twin Cities Jazz Festival continues its tradition of a great lineup featuring national and local performers. Organizers hope to reconnect modern audiences to jazz.
Archives for June 2012
Director of “Your Sister’s Sister” seeks authenticity and intimacy in her films
The new exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts addresses the confusion over which paintings are actually the Dutch master’s work.
Brother Ali was among 13 protesters arrested in South Minneapolis last night as part of an ongoing occupation of a foreclosed home.
The Artistic Director of the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus looks back on his career as he prepares to retire.
A new romantic comedy poses an apocalyptic question.
The play explores the human cost of one of the largest single roundups of undocumented workers in U.S. history.
Neiman was known for his bold use of colors, and for his equally colorful life.
The hounds have unearthed an intergenerational hip hop choreographer’s evening, a St. Paul poet who’s encouraging African-American artists to take control of their image and a Minneapolis indie folk band with Duluthian roots whose sound is reminiscent of the region it was born in.
VSA Minnesota has awarded more than $100,000 to eleven Twin Cities arts organizations to aid them in their work to become more accessible to people with disabilities.