Four Humors' new show shoots for the stars
Clooney’s actors shine, and that’s almost enough
Moon rocks from the Apollo 11 moon landing found a safe home yesterday at the Minnesota Historical Society in St. Paul.The Minnesota National Guard recently found the moon rocks tucked away and forgotten among military artifacts in a storage unit in the Veteran's Service Building in St. Paul.When Ne ... More >>
It's the end of the world as she knows itIn her never-ending quest to push the Obama-is-a-socialist meme forward, Michele Bachmann is featured in a new documentary horror movie produced by James Kennedy's Coral Ridge Ministries. The video promo for "Socialism: A Clear and Present Danger" sa ... More >>
College kids already know this: If you're going to lift passages of someone else's work, then cite them.
Plus: Kersten finds outlet in MinnPost
Creationists bring their battle against science to the University of Minnesota.
This is way better than that whole Wizard of Oz/Dark Side thing.
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Do the evolution, baby.
The new Walker building has lots of spectacular angles and a robot monkey's face on its exterior. Oh, yeah: It has art inside, too. At a Walker press preview earlier this week, Walker Art Center Director Kathy Halbriech said the new building is "about relationships." The Center's irregular design d ... More >>
Dancing down the legacy of the Wright brothers
The MIA's new painting show documents how French and British artists swapped style (if not spit). Isn't it romantic?
Two abstract Minnesota painters explore the spiritual shades of an everlasting winter
Can a small school of figurative art revive a great, dead tradition in painting?
From a strip-mall office on the Twin Cities fringe, a lab researcher-turned-Bible radio star lectures the nation
You are the wind beneath my wings: Otto Lilienthal (Brian Baumgartner), a German flight pioneer, inspires the Wright brothers in Hidden Theatre's Disturbed by the Wind.
Naked Lunch: Anonymous workers eat identical sandwiches in George Tooker's civil-rights-era painting,