Do you like Summit beer, biking, and gelato served from a food bike? Then get your gears and rears ready for the Minneapolis Institute of Art's free Third Thursday Bike Night, happening this Thursday, July 17. See also: Five rides to enjoy during Pedalopolis
Today, we conclude our interview with pastry chef John Kraus. In part 1, we heard stories from his competition days, and in part 2, we watched him cut his teeth in the kitchens of London. In part 3, everything comes together, and the craft he's worked so hard to hone helps him create the life for ... More >>
Examples of workHey ladies--want to be big, strong, and...hairy chested? Just eat tomatoes. That's what somebody told artist Erica Spitzer Rasmussen when she was nine years old. As a result, she avoided the juicy red fruit for 20 years. That childhood experience--and many others--have inspire ... More >>
Cleaning a 3,000 pound sunburst is no easy task.
Kids appreciating art at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. We love it.
James Cleary's photomontages communicate the inconceivable
Making the Weinstein Gallery a success only starts with putting pretty pictures on the wall
Joe Skelly's cable-access book show argues that the page is mightier than the screen
A lively election throws local artists from the palette to the ballot--revealing the true color of politics
Two local shows reveal how a deft artistic touch often involves some sleight of hand
Can a small school of figurative art revive a great, dead tradition in painting?
The master of hats. The scrivener of sheet music. The literary litigator. Seven people whose contributions to the arts win them utter invisibility.
Photographers Lewis W. Hine and David Parker frame the debate over child labor
On Dorothea Lange then and now.