How does a restaurant that's been open for over ten years remain relevant? How does a hotel bar continue to dazzle the locals and remain a destination for travelers? If you're Cosmos inside the Graves 601 Hotel, you add an elegant champagne bar complete with a new menu and plenty of bubbly selection ... More >>
Cock E.S.P. is a Minneapolis-based noise outfit that marks their 20th anniversary this year. And whether or not you are someone who can sit down and really enjoy the experience of listening to their music, it's pretty difficult to argue with the pure intent and ethos behind their work. They exist in ... More >>
The indie film festival darling is a modest, glowing look at teenage graffiti bombers
A filmmaker from Minnesota tells the story behind a lost animated masterpiece, plus hits and misses of the fest by our critics
Playwright Aditi Kapil juggles dishes from many culturesLocal playwright Aditi Kapil is in a unique position: Her new play Agnes Under the Big Top: A Tall Tale will be staged simultaneously next month at Mixed Blood Theater and Long Wharf Theatre in Connecticut. The play, an international fab ... More >>
New film works with a patient and observational style
Joesph Scrimshaw parodies the TV western
What kind of food do you feel like eating this weekend? Chinese? Italian? How about Nepalese, Cambodian, Mexican, Somali, Dutch, Egyptian, Filipino, Turkish, Ukrainian, or Polish? Actually, you can sample all of the above and more at this weekend's Festival of Nations, the international food ... More >>
Festival kicks off its 28th year in the Twin Cities
Joseph Scrimshaw's Adventures in Mating two-year run ends on Valentines Day.
An even larger lineup of movies is featured this year
The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival spins into its second week
Libyan dissenters worldwide build a virtual headquarters--on a local public-access server
In two story collections, Josip Novakovich and Ken Kalfus offer dispatches from the shifting front lines of human discord
St. Paul's Llewellyn Publications was New Age before New Age was cool. Now it's enormously lucrative, too.