See Also: Bob Dylan to receive Presidential Medal of FreedomBob Dylan announces release date and tracklisting for TempestSpeculation about Bob Dylan's 35th studio album has been flying around since early March, when Los Lobos frontman David Hidalgo gave an interview to the Aspen Times. In t ... More >>
Tibetan dishes shine over rest of the menu
A high-tech spin on the classic tale
Mykl Roventine via Flickr.comBeing broke is never a problem with Freeloader Friday. In this edition we have tons of really cool stuff to do. Including experimental theater, steampunk art, several art festivals, and a very special screening of Footloose. Be sure to practice your "seven degrees of ... More >>
Rachel HuttonAre you smarter than this guy?It's a week of mixed emotions and varying intellectual states. Battle it out over random facts with men in tights on Tuesday; discover how to eat local over the weekend. In between, raise money for cancer. Monday 7/12 Coeliacs love pasta too. Learn ... More >>
(Antigravity by Violeta Rotstein. Featured at the "Soo Fuze" gallery show at the SooVAC) This week we've got an ongoing party celebrating pop punk, a day-long zinefest, dragon boat races, and a naughty art show at Cult Status Gallery.
Joe Dowling: this man would like to sell you a theater ticketThe Guthrie Theater's Joe Dowling on Tuesday announced the upcoming 2010-11 season, which is going to include talent both local and international, balancing Shaw and Shakespeare with a world premiere. While there are no fiery surprises, ... More >>
Crist Ballas/Zach CurtisActually, her eyes are somewhat like the sun . . . We're a week out from Classical Actors Ensemble's The Complete Sonnets Festival at Intermedia Arts, but this could turn out to be a hot ticket. All 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets will be performed, in one form or a ... More >>
Some heavy-hitters are coming to October's wildly popular lit fest.
Underpants, Shakespeare, and Giant Squirrels
A new production of 'Richard III' paints an intimate portrait of Shakespeare's famous villain
Hermia and Lysander journey between soul and Seoul
By Rod Smith After nearly 14 years in the greater metro, Neil Gaiman has us sussed. "Minneapolis isn't so small that everyone knows everyone else," he says, settling into an old stenographer's chair in the back room of Dreamhaven Books, where several stacks of volumes wait for his autograph. "But ... More >>
Hollywood's trilogy of terror frightened the blockbuster into art
Failed frozen-waffle jingle leads to year's best 51-song album
Nothing gets between Curtiss A and Jeopardy!
You swore you'd never watch a hemophiliac raise the spirit of a dead cat again. And then the Fringe Festival returned.
The Guthrie makes 'Othello' mellow; Sherlock Holmes hits the coffee shop
With roughly 100 productions and 500 performances, the Minnesota Fringe Festival turns low-budget theater into a two-week marathon
Taken for granted and foregone?
Spirits do Mr. Sandman's work at the Illusion Theater; the Minnesota Opera's Otello rages on