Thoughts On Fargo

All the answers to all the annoying questions about the TV series Fargo.
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The Magic Flute @ The Ordway is Truly Bizarre

It is no understatement to say this is a mind-blowingly imaginative re-interpretation of the Mozart classic. Read More


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The New Northrop is a Class Act

The University of Minnesota’s Northrop Auditorium celebrated its grand re-opening this weekend after a 38-month, $88.2 million makeover. Read More


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Two Must-Sees: Matisse @ MIA and Tristan & Yseult @ Guthrie

Two cultural presences in the Twin Cities that make for compulsary viewing. Read More


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Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Can Take

A new exhibit at the Walker features more than 80 works from one of America’s most important and prolific contemporary artists. Read More


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The Minnesota Orchestra’s Not-Quite-Triumphant Return

Tad Simons surveys the damage at the MN Orchestra's homecoming concert. Read More


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The Romanovs: Legacy of an Empire Lost @ The Museum of Russian Art

For the past several years, the Museum of Russian Art in south Minneapolis has been quietly mounting one extraordinary show after another. Its latest show, The Romanovs: Legacy of an Empire Lost, which opened last weekend, is another stunner. Read More


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American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition @ MN History Center

America’s Puritanical stripe has never been wider or weirder than it was during the era of Prohibition (1920-33), when the federal government—pretending to act upon “the will of the people”—passed the 18th Amendment of the Constitution, outlawing the manufacture, distribution, and sale of demon alcohol. Read More


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