There will be at least three bonfires burning tonight at the American Swedish Institute as revelers ‘blow up spring.’
Archives for April 2013
The seven month musician lockout will end at 12:01am Tuesday.
The phrase “five by five” comes from an old radio communications term that means “loud and clear.” So it’s a fitting title for the latest exhibition at Obsidian Arts in Minneapolis. The show “Five by Five” features bold work by five photographers of African descent. They were asked to capture the essence of their individual Read more →
When Craig Taborn sits down at the piano, he is intent on offering something new. For him, improvisation is a process of discovery.
This week, globalization as interpreted by the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival, The Morris Park Players are dressing like nuns, and a producer drops his DJ moniker and embraces minimalist piano at the SPCO.
The fellowships, administered by the Loft Literary Center, each come with $25,000.
Critics found this production ‘gripping,’ ‘rich’ and ‘thrilling.’
Today’s 5pm deadline for a vote on a new St. Paul Chamber Orchestra contract has been pushed back to April 29th.
NCC’s latest show presents four artists who explore themes of fire, water, earth and air.
A Minneapolis band called Dreamland Faces will test their serious musical chops against young attention spans in a concert for children this weekend in Minneapolis