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2014 Stories by Sheila Regan

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  • Feeling the City

    published August 6, 2014

    Every day, city dwellers navigate through an urban landscape of cars, bicycles, pedestrians, bridges, manholes, stoplights, and buildings large... More >>


    Rhythmically Speaking returns for its sixth year of rhythm-based dance

    published Aug 13, 2014

    Rhythmically Speaking, an evening showcase of choreographers working with jazz and rhythm forms of dance, is back for its sixth year this weekend. Performing at the Southern Theater, the showcase feat... More >>


    Garrett Perry's distorted whimsy

    published Aug 08, 2014

    There's some kind of magical place artist Garrett Perry must know about. It's a place with rainbows and animal people, dancing musicians and floating heads. If you go there, you might get lost in all ... More >>


    Andrea Carlson's Ink Babel opens at Bockley

    published Aug 07, 2014

    Storytelling, cinema, and giant pigs are part of a new work by artist Andrea Carlson, on view at Bockley Gallery beginning this weekend. Shown in exhibition with several smaller, related pieces, the g... More >>

  • As You Like It

    published July 2, 2014

    Nothing says summer like a warm night with a cool breeze enjoyed while taking in an outdoor play. One of the best spots in the Twin Cities metro... More >>


    Dead Media: Books, records, and posters the old-school way

    published Aug 06, 2014

    Do you ever feel nostalgic for the days when people read books that were printed on paper, or when you could hold an album cover in your hand instead of just viewing it on a screen? Do you like the ta... More >>

  • All City Poetry Slam

    published July 23, 2014

    The World Cup may be over, but another big competition is about to begin, as poets from all over the country are gearing up for the 2014 National... More >>


    Don't You Feel it Too? Dancing for Marriage Equality

    published Aug 01, 2014

    Can you believe it's been a year since Minnesota passed Marriage Equality? How does it make you feel? Perhaps you feel like dancing? Well, you're in luck. To mark the occasion Don't You Feel it Too? (... More >>


    "Tracks in the Snow" highlights Muslim experience in Minnesota

    published Jul 31, 2014

    A traveling exhibit about the Muslim experience in Minnesota opens today at the Walker Art Center for a week-long run in the museum's Medtronic Gallery. Called "Tracks in the Snow: The Minnesota Musli... More >>


    Women's Prison Book Project hosts a sale this weekend

    published Jul 29, 2014

    For 20 years, the Minneapolis-based Women's Prison Book Project (WPBP) has been providing reading material for women and trans inmates all over the country. Once a part of the former Arise! Bookstore,... More >>


    "Radical Presence" opens at the Walker Art Center

    published Jul 24, 2014

    "Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art," an exhibit that looks at the role of African American performance artists in contemporary art, opens at the Walker Art Center tonight. Minnea... More >>

  • One Day in July

    published July 16, 2014

    The 1934 Teamsters strike was a bloody battle that happened in Minneapolis during the Great Depression. It ended with 200 injuries and four... More >>


    A rare look at Beatles in Minnesota at the W Hotel-Foshay

    published Jul 23, 2014

    One fun fact about Minnesota is that we were the only stop on the Beatles' 1965 American tour that didn't sell out. Held at the Met Stadium, where the Mall of America exists today, the show was unders... More >>


    Southern Theater launches ArtShare, a new model for artists and audiences

    published Jul 23, 2014

    The Southern Theater rolled out its new ArtShare program yesterday, offering a Netflix-like experience for audience members that will feature a lineup of local dance and theater companies. While singl... More >>


    Bryant Locher's "Folded Space" at Gallery 13

    published Jul 18, 2014

    For "Folded Space," at Gallery 13, artist Bryant Locher draws from a rather bizarre moment in history when art and military strategy joined forces. Beginning in World War I and continuing through Worl... More >>

  • We Wait in Darkness

    published July 9, 2014

    Choreographer Rosy Simas has been delving into the oral histories of her family's past as research for her current project. "We Wait in Darkness"... More >>


    June looks at curious housewives before Stonewall

    published Jul 17, 2014

    June, a new play by Hannah Holman, gets a workshop performance this weekend by Savage Umbrella. The piece started with an image Holman had of June Cleaver in handcuffs at an interrogation table. While... More >>


    Five rides to enjoy during Pedalopolis

    published Jul 15, 2014

    This week, the Twin Cities will be exploding with over 20 informal bike rides aimed at providing fun ways to get out and enjoy the city without the pressure of competition. Hosted by Twin Cities Bike ... More >>


    Made Here launches a second round of projects tonight

    published Jul 11, 2014

    After coming to Block E last fall Made Here, a Hennepin Theatre Trust program charged with bringing art to vacant spaces in downtown, is broadening its scope. This summer, it will be taking over store... More >>


    Rosy Simas presents haunting work at the Red Eye

    published Jul 10, 2014

    Hot off the heels of her gallery installation at All My Relations Gallery, which has been extended through July 13, Rosy Simas takes the full production of We Wait in Darkness to the Red Eye Theater t... More >>


    Adrienne Truscott is Asking For It at Bryant-Lake Bowl

    published Jul 09, 2014

    Everyone knows you're not supposed to write jokes about rape, right? Well, not so fast. Adrienne Truscott takes on the taboo topic in Asking For It, a runaway hit at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festi... More >>

  • We Wait in the Darkness

    published June 18, 2014

    Choreographer Rosy Simas has been delving into the oral histories of her family's past as research for her current project. "We Wait in Darkness"... More >>


    "Americana" vs. America at the Soap Factory

    published Jul 03, 2014

    The United States is a relatively young country, so we've always had a bit of an inferiority complex when it comes to our history and culture. Sure, we have monuments erected, but compared to the Taj ... More >>

  • Queertopia

    published June 25, 2014

    Among your planned Pride activities this year, you'll definitely want to carve out some space for Queertopia, the annual cabaret of queer... More >>


    Victor Khromin at the Russian Museum of Art

    published Jul 02, 2014

    Now on view at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) is a fascinating collection of bas-relief paintings by Victor Khromin, a New York-based artist who emigrated from the Soviet Union in 1990. Thick with ... More >>

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