Made Here initiative aims to breathe life back into the empty building
Number 42: Edie Overturf City: Minneapolis Years spent living in MN: 18 monthsPrint artist, painter, and sculptor Edie Overturf may be new to the Twin Cities art scene, but her impact has already been felt. With the folks at Kick.Stand.Press, she recently helped co-found Leg Up Studio, a coopera ... More >>
Menu is veggie-heavy, but who can forget those bacon pancakes?
Author Jules NyquistIt's no surprise that the tastes and smells of certain foods trigger strong memories. But have you ever considered using those memories as a starting point for your own poetry, fiction, or short story? Local author Jules Nyquist (her latest chapbook, Appetites: Poems on F ... More >>
John MedeirosQueer Voices, one of the nation's longest-running reading series, marks its season premiere tonight at Intermedia Arts. As part of their new Beyond the Pure series, Queer Voices is intended to be "a safe place for GLBT writers and audiences to explore the day-to-day material of l ... More >>
Writers can find inspiration almost anywhere, including in the words of other writers. The Loft Literary Center has taken efforts to help writers of all skill levels face blank pages courageously, dislodging their writer's block. One of many useful resources the Loft offers is their blog, A V ... More >>
(Pictured: A still from Dust La Rock's work in "Scion Installation 6: Video") This week we've got a video installation show at Pink Hobo, Mill City Farmers' Market, and Cinco de Mayo on Cesar Chavez Street.
Mother survives 53 days trapped in closet with her daughter
This year's storytelling main event was funny, tragic, diverse, and completely entertaining.
Don't just grab a cup of jo and run! Open Book's coffee house offers soups and sandwiches worth a second look.
Why compassionate carnivorism just might work better than going vegetarian
We identify the most interesting, influential and inimitable artists of 2007.
Latisha Jones and Patricia Hampl
The modestly budgeted 'Boxers' follows amateur women fighters into the ring
When He Writes His Novels, He Says He's Taking Dictation. When He Edits His Lit Mag, He's Playing a Four-Card Poker Hand. How Did Bart Schneider Become a Man of Letters Without Taking Any Credit?
Is the Playwrights' Center alienating its local core--or are its critics just acting out?
Have a child who'd love to see his or her name in print? These young writers share their secrets.