Nobody does a state fair like Minnesota. And nobody does The State Fair like Minnesotans. Everyone’s got a fair hack — that little trick that makes you an insider, the one you swear by, the one that makes your trip (or trips!) to the fair the best possible time — till next year. Clark Gregor Read more →
Duluth Mayor Don Ness contributed his interpretation of the internet song and dance hit “Gangnam Style” to a parody video in January. Could that earn him a lawsuit?
A vocal and instrumental duo called Kaivama is launching a tour to perform traditional Finnish music in the Upper Midwest.
East Indian musical master teaches and mentors students.
Working quietly over the years, (“not a lot of gold and glitter in the kiln building business. . . .”) Donovan Palmquist has become famous in the somewhat rarefied world of kiln construction.
Dick’s joy is due in part to the fact that as a retired DNR wildlife biologist he has more time to pursue bluegrass music.
Ojibwe women use song to reconnect with their culture.
Howler, tUnE-yArDs, Doomtree, Trampled by Turtles and The Hold Steady played outside the Walker Art Center Saturday. Here’s a look at some of the photos taken there.
Minnesota arts and culture picks for this weekend.
The Grand Marais Art Colony: The Critique; Therese Masters Jacobson’s “A year on the Plains” and music inspired paintings by Mia Malone-Jennings.