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2008 Stories by Jessica Armbruster

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  • Chill Out Free Ink Day

    published January 23, 2008

    Most people have a box of crayons or some markers at home, some even have colorful construction paper. And if you're really artsy, you might... More >>

  • F1rst Wrestling Presents: Anarchy Rules!

    published January 23, 2008

    It's been awhile since First Avenue hosted one of its pro-wrestling extravaganzas. This Friday the space will cater yet again to your need to... More >>

  • Rock the Cradle

    published January 23, 2008

    What insanely popular children's event is happening this weekend? No, not a Hannah Montana concert (thank god). I'm talking about Rock... More >>

  • Geraldine Brooks

    published January 23, 2008

    The Sarajevo Haggadah, an illuminated manuscript containing traditional Passover text, has had an amazing life. It survived the... More >>

  • Michael Carina: Far From Home

    published January 23, 2008

    Presumably, it has been a strange trip for Michael Carina. Rather than create a gallery show of travel photography, or a series of paintings... More >>

  • Graphic Novelist Alex Robinson at Big Brain Comics Tonight

    published Jan 18, 2008

    Alex Robinson had an auspicious debut in 1996 when his graphic novel, Box Office Poison won several honors, including an Eisner Award. Poison told the story of a group of singles doing regular things ... More >>

  • Joyce Lyon and Alexis Kuhr

    published January 16, 2008

    Like handwriting, drawing can vary greatly in style. Some artists work in the abstract while others can arrange lines of ink that appear as... More >>

  • Ritmos Unidos: Afro-Latin Tribute to MLK Day

    published January 16, 2008

    There are many different ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Some will watch special segments on the news on the progress we have (or... More >>

  • Lynn Fellman: DNA Portraits

    published January 16, 2008

    Ask a biologist if Mother Nature is an artist, and many will answer yes. Yet how many artists can casually name-drop words like mitochondria,... More >>

  • Jessica Valenti: Why Feminism Matters

    published January 16, 2008

    According to author Jessica Valenti, feminism has stopped being perceived as cool. While it's probably safe to say that she's not a fan of the... More >>

  • The Art Shanty Projects

    published January 16, 2008

    When thinking of a shanty town or an icehouse, things like survival and function probably spring to mind before words such as art and... More >>

  • mnSpin: More Music for mnArtists.org

    published Jan 15, 2008

    It’s been a little over three years since mnartists.org launched in late 2004. Since then, the McKnight and Walker Art Center-developed website has sought to bring artists of all facets together on ... More >>

  • Undecided? Take the CosmoGirl! Quiz

    published Jan 11, 2008

    Still undecided on which presidential candidate is right for you? Though it may be months away, it’s never too early to start your research. That’s why I turn to CosmoGirl!, the leading source in ... More >>

  • Open Mic Night

    published January 9, 2008

    It's true, open-mic nights can be a dodgy venture. Performers can be erratic and lack stage presence; the embarrassment of a failed joke can be... More >>

  • Eugene Robinson

    published January 9, 2008

    Some may say that Eugene Robinson is a connoisseur of confrontation. His résumé reads like a running list of jobs where one could... More >>

  • Authors of Children's Literature

    published January 9, 2008

    Want to feel really old? Ask a kid about her favorite movie, TV show, or toy. Chances are, they're not the same ones you enjoyed as a kid.... More >>

  • Authors of Children's Literature

    published January 9, 2008

    Want to feel really old? Ask a kid about her favorite movie, TV show, or toy. Chances are, they're not the same ones you enjoyed as a kid.... More >>

  • Authors of Children's Literature

    published January 9, 2008

    Want to feel really old? Ask a kid about her favorite movie, TV show, or toy. Chances are, they're not the same ones you enjoyed as a kid.... More >>

  • Authors of Children's Literature

    published January 9, 2008

    Want to feel really old? Ask a kid about her favorite movie, TV show, or toy. Chances are, they're not the same ones you enjoyed as a kid.... More >>

  • Authors of Children's Literature

    published January 9, 2008

    Want to feel really old? Ask a kid about her favorite movie, TV show, or toy. Chances are, they're not the same ones you enjoyed as a kid.... More >>

  • Authors of Children's Literature

    published January 9, 2008

    Want to feel really old? Ask a kid about her favorite movie, TV show, or toy. Chances are, they're not the same ones you enjoyed as a kid.... More >>

  • Rico Gatson

    published January 9, 2008

    In this multimedia exhibit, Brooklyn-based artist Rico Gatson explores the complex nature of identity and race by blending pop-culture... More >>

  • Jim Chiles

    published January 9, 2008

    Who knew that the helicopter is a surprisingly versatile aircraft? Apparently Jim Chiles did. It's been used as a machine of war, dropping... More >>

  • Raising the Banner: The Art of Geli Korzhev

    published January 2, 2008

    Some say that time heals all wounds. It's hard to imagine that an exhibition featuring the art of Geli Korzhev would have made it to the states... More >>

  • Jennifer Davis & Amy Crickenberger Oeth: News from the Moon

    published January 2, 2008

    When people think of art, they probably don't mentally flash to watercolors and fingerpaints on a preschool classroom wall. But why not? This... More >>

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