Since its premature demise 20-some years ago, the television series Twin Peaks has found new fans too young to remember the show's brief broadcast run. Devoted viewers now host festivals and write fan fiction, but one thing that's been relatively static is Angelo Badalamenti's evocative score. From ... More >>
Bill Morrison's approach to film is much like most modern day composers or musicians. With primarily discarded archival footage as his main axe, his visual storytelling resembles sample-based music. Often the origins of his source material become greatly obscured by the final expression in his work. ... More >>
On March 22 and 23, a collective of young, folk-rooted composers who were drinking buddies back in Vermont will perform at the Walker's William and Nadine McGuire Theater. If you read that sentence and a certain level of pretentious cultural superiority didn't come to mind, go back and read it ag ... More >>
Photo By Adam WeissWill Hermes is currently a senior critic for Rolling Stone, as well as being a regular contributor to NPR's "All Things Considered," but he has a distinguished history with the Twin Cities music scene as well. Mr. Hermes began writing for the City Pages in the early '90s, and b ... More >>
"An evening with Philip Glass... Just an evening?!"
Paying homage to those who speak the language of creativity
The local "bluegrassical" trio has crafted a rich meditation on planes, trains, and automobiles.
Band functions without DJ or bass player
Composer Nico Muhly Can't Stick to Classical, So He Heads to...Iceland?
Walker Art Center's "Women With Vision" Salutes Female Production on Both Sides of the Camera
Surviving the crush, teasing an oracular virtual dolphin, and making sense of the Walker Art Center's reopening party
Form and function harmonize at the new McGuire Theater
God created the world in six days, so why does it take eight weeks to pick an NBA champion: A City Pages dialogue
Escaping into the anime of the A.M. on the Cartoon Network
The sexual comedy of 'Tadpole' remains in the larval stage
Video artist Shirin Neshat unveils Islam's conflicted heart
Minneapolis hosts a marathon of Avant-Garde music
Globe-trotting curator Philip Bither gives audiences what they didn't know they wanted
A film about the 1972 Olympic massacre makes riveting documentary of the prototypical media spectacle
What you see is (not) what you get: Twelve months of well-screened duds and rarely viewed wonders
Framed, penned, screened, danced, sung, shot, delivered: City Pages lauds the artistic creations of 1999
Art Crimes, Susan Welch, Amiri Baraka, Edward Humes, Garry Wills, The Wife, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent, Sweet Nothing, Boz Scaggs, dEUS