2 months ago | Longform
Darin Wiesner lay crumpled on the side of a south Minneapolis street. He screamed in pain, the two largest bones in his left leg shattered, a mangled bicycle beside him. Wiesner only caught a brief glimpse of the Blue & White Taxi as it took a...
4 months ago | Album Release
Eric Mayson was left with a choice when a fire burned down his Mankato apartment on Easter morning in 2009, taking everything he owned with it. He could rebuild his life as a theater major at Minnesota State University, or leave it all behind and ...
8 months ago | Art
Minneapolis painter and muralist Yuya Negishi has had a busy year. In 2014, he commissioned over a dozen murals and was featured in eight solo art shows around the Twin Cities. Now he's turning 36 and wants to celebrate his birthday with those who...
8 months ago | Comedy
When local comedian Marc Dickhut started doing standup over a decade ago, there were only a few open mics where comics could perform in the Twin Cities. "The other main one was Acme," he says. "But there would be 45 people that would sign up, and ...
12 months ago | Theater
Theater-goers don't typically have to hop on the train to catch the next scene of their play, but for Green Line Theater they may have to do just that.This Saturday, community-engaged theater artist Ashley Hanson, photographer Wing Young Huie, and...
1 year ago | Comedy
"Whenever a Minneapolis comic gets thrown down some stairs and breaks their arm, I always make time to do a benefit show for them," says local comedian Tommy Ryman. "This is the third show I'm doing, so I think there might be a problem."Ryman, bes...