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2007 Stories by Jessica Armbruster

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  • Get Bent: Circuit Bending at the Bent Festival

    published Apr 19, 2007

    Circuit bending is the art of creating new sounds and effects by manipulating the innards of low-voltage gadgets such as children's toys and cheap synthesizers. On its way from Los Angeles to New Yo... More >>

  • Jonthan Lethem: You Don't Know Me Yet

    published Apr 02, 2007

    For his sixth novel, Jonathan Lethem (Fortress of Solitude, Motherless Brooklyn) travels from his native Brooklyn turf to the lighter side of Los Angeles. In You Don't Love Me Yet, Lethem tells a tale... More >>

  • Bird brains

    published Mar 26, 2007

    This month the Twin Cities became a safer place for migrating birds. The Department of Natural Resources' Nongame Wildlife Program, in cooperation with other conservation groups, launched the Lights O... More >>

  • Vincent Wyckoff: Tales of a Letter Carrier

    published Mar 21, 2007

    A letter carrier in south Minneapolis for 15 years, Vincent Wyckoff sees the full range of humanity on a daily basis. In Beware of the Cat: And Other Encounters of a Letter Carrier, he recounts some o... More >>

  • From Snoopy to Dino: the evolution of public art in St. Paul

    published Mar 14, 2007

    Last month the Science Museum of Minnesota announced that as part of their 100-year anniversary, they would be participating in the creation of 100 dinosaurs to be unleashed on the streets of the Tw... More >>

  • 3 Questions: Post Secret's Frank Warren

    published Jan 18, 2007

    Post Secret, a website that encourages people to send their anonymous secret admissions via postcard, originally started as a community art project and gallery show. In the years that followed, it has... More >>

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