What Happens if the Minnesota Orchestra and Management Never Agree?

Date: June 1, 2042 
Read More


Review: The Primrose Path @ The Guthrie is worth walking down

Before discussing the Guthrie’s new play, The Primrose Path, I must admit up front that I have a strong Turgenev bias. Read More


Don't be Fooled, More Real: Art in the Age of Truthiness is brilliant

Some years ago, in a report that may or may not be credible, it was asserted that young people supposedly get more of their news now from fake news shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report than they do from real news shows or newspapers—which the kiddies don’t watch or read, in any case, and certainly don’t trust. Read More


New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast's visit; and Andy Warhol is in town . . . again.

I had the honor Thursday night (and again Friday morning) of meeting and introducing the legendary New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast to the crowd gathered for the Hennepin County Library Association’s Pen Pals Lecture Series at Hopkins Center for the Arts. Read More


Minnesota and the Civil War: Yes, We Were There

I will be the first to admit that when it comes to the history of the Civil War, the role Minnesotans might have played does not leap immediately to mind. Read More


Will your brain explode if you see The Book of Mormon?

Permit me to talk seriously for a moment about The Book of Mormon, the sacrilegious song-fest popping eyeballs and frying neurons this week at The Orpheum Theatre. Read More


Why River's Edge Music Fest is never coming back.

This is getting ridiculous. After promising to deliver the biggest, best, most tremendously super-awesome summer concert series the Twin Cities has ever seen... Read More

Displaying results 41-48 (of 542)
 |<  <  2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11  >  >|