The Historic Mills District of Minneapolis has gained yet another hot spot for the Twin Cities artistic community.
Liberia has endured fourteen years of civil war and is finally beginning to return to normalcy.
We present another installment of Who’s Spinning Who, a regular segment by Cyn Collins, a Twin Cities arts and culture writer, author of West Bank Boogie, and substitute music programmer on KFAI.
Critics have showered the film Juno with the kind of praise every screenwriter dreams about.
Arthur Jackson, 57, is a Salvation Army bellringer at the Mall of America in Minneapolis who loves to sing when he rings.
The Kite Runner is the latest movie by Marc Foster opening on December 14th.
Dutch-born director Paul Verhoeven spent many years in Hollywood, making such films as RoboCop, Basic Instinct and Starship Troopers.
An ongoing exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts features new work by Minnesota artist Ta-coumba Aiken.
All kinds of groups have come out against the war in Iraq in the past few years. City councils have passed resolutions, and church groups regularly hold vigils. But there’s a church in St.
A new exhibition at the Weisman Art Museum entitled Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation features contemporary Native North American art from the West, Northwest, and Pacific.
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