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Contributing editor Tad Simons is an award-winning journalist whose writing on the local arts scene has appeared in the Twin Cities Reader, City Pages, St. Paul Pioneer Press, American Theatre magazine, BackStage, Variety and the Washington Post. Over his 25 year career, Tad has covered theater, books, music, visual arts, dance, film, and performance art (including politics). Tad’s articles and essays on these and other subjects have won more than 30 local and national awards for editorial excellence.
The Grateful Dead say hello again, with John Mayer on guitar.
Turns out, they weren't so crazy after all.
This must-see exhibit tells the story of the French Romantic painter’s influence on the painters who came after him.
Meet Mia, the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s bold new
The Guthrie Theater's adaptation of Harper Lee's masterwork can't quite find its groove.
Our critic's picks of the must-see shows this fall.
Tad braved the opening day crowds to conduct his annual judging of the fair’s Fine Arts exhibition.
Who are the people who binge on Fringe Festival, and how do they do it?
A first look at Harper Lee's new book, nearly 60 years in the making.
St. Paul’s Lowertown is the place to be for outdoor music this summer.
St. Paul breaks through with a weekend of good books and great music.
Joe Dowling has “no regrets” about his 20-year tenure at the Guthrie. But he does have some advice for his successor, Joseph Haj.
Can the Guthrie’s new artistic director reconnect the theater with its storied past?
A PhD-level lesson in blues rock from a (soon to be?) guitar legend.
A 63-year old play reminds us to keep calm this election season.
Filmmaker Patrick Coyle’s new movie, The Public Domain, centers on the psychological aftermath of the I-35W bridge collapse.
Arts writer Tad Simons argues that commissioned art for the new Vikings stadium should be chosen very carefully.
Many of the works have never toured outside Austria, and never will again. So, unless you'd rather go to Vienna, this is your chance.
Inspired by the film, Tad makes a half-assed attempt at living out his Christian Grey fantasies but ends up having coffee and a scone instead.
Turns out Theatre Latte Da's Broadway Re-Imagined production of Oliver! wasn't actually all that re-imagined.
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