Frozen Docs Series: 'The House I Live In'

These days, documentary filmmakers are shouldering much of the burden and bother of investigative journalism that newspapers, magazines, and the rest of the media-massage complex has largely abandoned.  Read More


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Why Nicholas David Didn't Win The Voice (and that's okay)

Drat. I was right (below) about Nicholas David's chances on The Voice, but the fact that he came in third place behind Terry McDermott exposed some of the show's bogusness when it comes to voting.  Read More


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Here's the ONLY WAY Nicholas David can win The Voice finale tonight.

As almost everyone in the Twin Cities knows by now, our newest hometown hero, Nicholas David—aka Nicholas “The Feelin” Mrozinski (as featured in the June 2009 issue of Mpls/St.Paul magazine)—is singing/fighting for his television life Monday night. Read More


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A Must-See: Cindy Sherman @ Walker Art Center

One often hears it said that Cindy Sherman is one of the most influential and important artists working today. Read More


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David Byrne's Playing the Building art installation @ Aria

One of the great things about crazy art installations is that they stretch your imagination more than your wallet. Read More


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Review: Appomattox @ The Guthrie Theater

An epic battle is being waged in Appomattox, Christopher Hampton’s new Civil War/civil-rights play, currently receiving its world premiere at The Guthrie Theater —but it’s not a fight between Yankee and Confederate soldiers. Read More


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Orchestra panic: the shamefully easy cure

So, management at the Minnesota Orchestra has decided not to pay its musicians and to cancel concerts through Nov. 25 because the musicians will not accept a rather drastic reduction in pay, from an average of $135,000 down to $89,000—this while $50 million is going toward a redesign of Orchestra Hall and Peavey Plaza. Read More


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