William Souder's new biography of Rachel Carson is out. Let the arguing begin.

Local environmental journalist William Souder’s latest book, On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson, was officially released yesterday (Tuesday, September 4.).  Read More


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Review: Crosby, Stills, and Nash @ The Orpheum

The last of the great 1970s bands—Crosby, Stills, and Nash—gave it their all for three hours at the Orpheum Monday, proving that it’s still possible to rock if your hair is white and most of the drugs—other than glucosamine and Celebrex— have been flushed from your system. Read More


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How The Brick Became "Mill City Nights": The Inside Story

Inside the L.A. offices of AEG, owners of The Brick, the Twin Cities’ newest and most disparaged concert venue, the mood was dark—as dark as Marilyn Manson’s lipstick.  Read More


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This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980s

Ah, the 1980s. With so much going on during this tumultuous decade—dangerously big hair, Rubik’s Cube mania, the Milli Vanilli lip-synching scandal, the Cabbage Patch Doll craze—who knew there were so many serious artists thinking serious things and making art to address the utter artlessness of the 1980s? Read More


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Photos: River's Edge Music Festival

Congratulations to Live Nation for successfully pulling off (and putting on) the first-ever River's Edge Music Festival this weekend. Read More


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The Walker Arts Center Announces its 2012-13 Performing Arts Season

The Walker Art Center announced its 2012-13 performing arts season on Thursday, and it looks to be another good one.  Read More


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The Grand Opening of Garrison Keillor's Common Good Books

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