A public art installation in the Mississippi River seeks to inspire contemplation as Minnesotans mark the 5th anniversary of I-35W bridge collapse.
The hounds highlight a Walt Whitman Award winning poet from Robbinsdale, satire of the most divisive institution on the ballot this year, and Twin Cities hip hop producers who know how to win over a crowd.
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.
St. Paul poet Katrina Vandenberg takes everyday situations from life in Minnesota and turns them into heart-wrenching poems about the state of the world.
Caddy has published several volumes of poetry infused with a deep respect for the natural world, and reflective of his Iron Range upbringing.
Alemayehu’s spoken word piece takes on the state of the world, and dreams of something better.
The Guthrie Theater’s 2012-2013 season contains a mix of Shakespeare, modern plays, and newly-commissioned work.
Poet Robert Bly suffers from Alzheimer’s.
Memories of youth evoke something honest and beautiful.
Old and new medicine merge in this poem from Erdrich’s latest volume, ‘Cell Traffic.’