Yesterday, the California-based Institute for College Access and Success released its seventh-annual state-by-state student debt report, and it turns out Minnesota is right near the top of the charts when it comes to average debt load for college grads.SEE ALSO: Economic recovery? What economic reco ... More >>
Michael Gaughan takes his rap act to San Francisco
With Valentine's Day fast approaching, you may be wondering what you get your sweetie. This weekend features several great parties that should entertain as well as enable you to shop for the holiday. In addition to these events for lovers, this edition of Freeloader Friday has tons of art shows, ... More >>
That's what 71 percent of the Minnesotan class of 2010 needs to know.A new report released this morning shows that graduates from Minnesotan colleges are shouldering some of the nation's highest student loan debt. The figures show the Minnesotan class of 2010 is the fourth most in debt in the co ... More >>
If you're looking for the party to usher in the fall, look no further than the Minneapolis College of Art and Design's 125th Anniversary bash tomorrow night. Of course, the point is to celebrate the endurance and commitment to artistic innovation of one of our nation's top ten design schools. ... More >>
A full-scale bar and restaurant catering to the bicycling community may soon be coming to Minneapolis. Spearheading the project is Ross Stangler, a 28-year-old restaurant and bar consultant and cycling enthusiast determined to find the funding to launch a bicycle-centric eatery in the city th ... More >>
Image courtesy of Rik SferraAt first glance it looks like winter has already consumed artist Ayomi Yoshida's trees; black, gnarly branches pop off of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design's white walls. But upon closer inspection it is suddenly spring.
Photo by Cody YorkScott West may be best known for the live paintings he creates during Cloud Cult concerts, but this weekend he has his own solo show at Tarnish & Gold Gallery featuring studio paintings he's been working on since the beginning of 2010. He quit his creative design job in Janu ... More >>
Installation by Dr. Thomas O. HaakensonIt's not every day that an institution's staff puts their own work on display at the beginning of the year, but the faculty at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design are presenting their current works in the annual faculty exhibition for the public and st ... More >>
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Perez made nobody while living in Hartnett's Kenwood house
Be inspired by everything from an anime festival to a film noir microcinema
She's photographed everyone from Common to Jam Master Jay and worked as a photo editor at the Source. And she's got Minneapolis ties.
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Rock stuntman Mark Mallman takes off the wolf mask
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Puckish duo Brother and Sister rock out for your inner child.
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Vince Leo Turns three generations of his Italian family into a national photo album
A series of artist showdowns paints an unflattering portrait of the diStilo Gallery
Cartoonist and portraitist Frank Gaard has faced off against the anti-defamation league, art-school administration, and his landlord and remains a defiantly good artist
Melissa Stang's installation art makes a sly statement about latter-day womanhood
In the Eighties he was a rising art star on the downtown gallery scene. In the Nineties he was a stalwart of independent exhibition. Today Bill Wormley is sick, broke, and unsure why he should keep painting.
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?
Director Eric Rohmer tells his Autumn Tale--and a seasoned critic turns the page
A local showcase of short student films exposes the long road of working in celluloid
Meet piano man Mark Mallman: part shut-in, part showman
Inmate artists and prison instructors talk about life on the inside
Concertgoers caught in last week's melee at the bombshelter say the MPD did as much to start the riot as they did to quell it.