SPCO President Dobson West says the latest exchange of proposals show ‘progress toward a solution that is both financially and artistically viable.’
Archives for January 2013
Here are just a few of the things you could do this weekend.
The hounds take you to St. Paul for some unadulterated Sondheim, to Minneapolis in search of the roots of Afro-Brazilian dance, and to Moorhead for some late 19th-century prairie paintings.
President Ann Ledy, who just last week revealed the school will close on June 30, resigned this evening.
The Minnesota Book Awards is launching its first ever ‘Plots and Pints Pub Quiz’ in honor of its 25th anniversary.
Critics give this production high marks for deftly handling a dark topic while still keeping the pace brisk and the humor and humanity present.
Kramer, 59, died in his sleep on Saturday night while attending the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
Singer Dorothy Doring and pianist Phil Mattson celebrate Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, two of the nation’s greatest jazz composers, in CD release party tonight at St. Paul’s Artists Quarter.
King plans to retire in June of this year.
The local hip hop dancer takes his inspiration from a variety of sources, including classical music.