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Theater
In Dirt Sticks, nothing is right until the truth comes out.
by William Randall Beard
Dirt Sticks by Ten Thousand Things
Features
Todd Walker makes the rounds at the Minneapolis Oscar Party, opening night of BoneYard, and this year's Date for Life.
Todd Walker and James Denton at the Angel Gala
Features
It’s the Mayday Parade’s 40th anniversary, but we have even bigger things to celebrate.
Heart of the Beast MayDay Parade
People
The comic book writer and illustrator from Minneapolis talks about creating our culture’s most iconic superheroes.
Superman illustration by Dan Jurgens
Features
Urban complainers are a city’s best friend.
Light Rail station
Music
A lifetime of music adds up to one man's first act in the center of the stage.
Sonny Knight | Photo by Caitlin Abrams
Features
We talk to the Minneapolis-born character actor about everything from his time as a pantry boy at the Nankin to starring in Big Trouble in Little China.
James Hong
Museums + Galleries
Wang Ping takes a global approach to protecting our natural resources.
Wang Ping on the Mississippi River with her prayer flags
Theater
The Guthrie juxtaposes masterpieces by Shakespeare and Stoppard.
by William Randall Beard
The Acting Company's
Music
Where to find snacks, coffee, live music, DJs, art, free T-shirts, and yeah, tons of records.
by Daley Farr
Record bins at treehouse records
Museums + Galleries
Before there was Prince and the Minneapolis sound, there was Charles Chamblis with a camera capturing the scene.
by Stephanie Xenos
Charles Chambliss
Travel
The secret getaways of local notables.
Brainerd, MN
Theater
Lisa D’Amour’s lauded Detroit is an uneasy snapshot of life in the suburbs.
by William Randall Beard
Detroit at Jungle Theater
Theater
Woodland creatures take on humans in the family-friendly Cunning Little Vixen.
by William Randall Beard
The University of Minnesota Opera Theatre's Cunning Little Vixen
Travel
Pile in the minivan; your vacation has arrived.
Girl on a dock in Door County, Wisconsin
Travel
A trek through the Italian Alps turned out to be everything three local couples dreamed of.
by Elizabeth Foy Larsen
Dolomite mountains near Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
Dance
The grand reopening of Northrop Auditorium hosts a fittingly regal ballet.
Giselle as performed by the American Ballet Theatre
Features
St. Paul gets romantic, Coup d'Etat brings suburbanites to the city, and a man show gets solicitous.
Eric Perkins with Nordy at Wild About Children
Features
Why do smart journos become tone-deaf on social media?
Tweeting Heads
Features
A new version of the 400 Bar is planned for the Mall of America. Heresy or just bizarre?
Features
The real story of how the world's most notorious art collection wound up in Minnesota.
Features
Making the case that almost every notable thing that's happened since 1996 happened because of the movie Fargo.
Needlepoint image of the FX television series Fargo.
Features
After three years of renovations, what’s changed at the U of M’s grand performance hall? Lots.
Interior of the newly-renovated Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis.
Theater
First-person accounts tell true stories from the battlefield and the barracks.
by William Randall Beard
History Theatre's 'Lonely Soldiers: Women at War in Iraq' and
Museums + Galleries
Edward Hopper’s drawings tell the story behind some of America’s most recognizable paintings.
by Stephanie Xenos
Hopper’s Office at Night