Brave New Workshop's newest holiday show is a delight
Talented performances and understated direction bring this Civil Rights-era drama to life
Of Montreal With Wild Moccasins Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis Wednesday, May 15, 2013Most bands tour the country stocked up with all of their gear and a collection of merch. Of Montreal also packs as many costumes as a Broadway show. From the skeleton-faced clowns who joined the band on stage ... More >>
INXS back in the day (Andrew second from right)Without Andrew Farriss there would be no INXS, and without INXS there would be a noticeable absence on the Billboard charts throughout much of the '80s and '90s. Farriss met the late Michael Hutchence as a teenager in New South Wales, Aus., when he ... More >>
Morgan Freeman is not campaigning against Shelly Moore.Morgan Freeman has used his voice to play the President of the United States, Nelson Mandela and God. But the man whose iconic tones once narrated marching penguins did not narrate a new political ad running in Wisconsin, though one might thi ... More >>
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Famous actor-director cements his career in 2009
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The publisher is a thousand miles from NYC but remains one of the best
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