By making his own way in music Paul Doffing writes and moves at his own pace -- that pace set by his bicycle. In the summer of 2012, Paul toured the country by biking to gigs and came back a changed man. Set to release his latest album, Doffing shares in his music stories from the road and his strug ... More >>
The Dead Milkmen were a special band to many in the '80s. While there were those that gravitated toward underground punk music with an aggressive edge and political bent, there were some of us who weren't all too upset with our parents and didn't identify with the standard punk uniform of the ... More >>
Behind the scenes of standardized testing
A few years ago, Ann Bauer was living with her parents, too broke to copy her manuscript. Now, the single mother of three is poised for literary success.
How a little-known political consultant from Iowa is beating back the menace of public education, one school referendum at a time
From the garbage house to the club with P.O.S. and his Doomtree crew
Years after big-label Balloon Guy deflated his passion for making music, Matt Olson returns to his songcraft in Smattering
Turncoat. Chickenshit. Radical. Minnesota's senior senator has been called a lot of things. But president?
The dreamer wakes
Next week Red House Records issues a momentous tribute album of Pete Seeger's songs. But after 15 years at the margins of American music, this St. Paul label proudly aims to stay there.
Park Square players: Executive director Stephen Lockwood and artistic director Richard Cook.