The Return of King Idomeneo combines performance and produce tastefully
During State Fair season, the Week in Food practically writes itself; after all, who wants to miss out on all that short-term greasy goodness? Fear not though, we've got plenty of other things to recommend if you've hit critical mass regarding food on a stick. 8/27 It doesn't get much more Minneso ... More >>
This Week in Food is a standout thanks to its range of unique events. Whether you like a picnic with your outdoor opera or boozing your way down the streets of historic White Bear Lake, we're confident you'll find an activity to suit your appetite. 8/15 Drink your way through historic downtown Whi ... More >>
Taking a seat at the world's greatest slide show
Saturday night is your last chance to catch the Minnesota Opera's production of Salome by Richard Strauss, the German Romantic composer's steamy take on the story of a young girl who performs an erotic dance for her step-father in order to wreak vengeance on a holy man who rebuffed her advances ( ... More >>
Surly Brewing was named the number one brewery of the last decade by the online web series "Beer Nation."
Five bucks says you can guess at least 3 of each top 4.
A musical performance of modern Greek myth is staged in local community gardens-- mint /tomato /watermellon appetizers included.
A guide for taking the guesswork out of MSPIFF
2007 Academy Award-Nominated Short Films
The morning after 'Figaro,' the count is still a royal pain and the people are revolting
The FBI monitors vegans, Mozart is 250, Brits are mixed on evolution, stuff you shouldn't put in your microwave, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Josh Hartnett - After a cameo this spring in Sin City, Josh might be looking for his first Academy Award nomination by playing a savant with Asperger's syndrome, a type of autism, who's involved in a doomed relationship in Mozart and the Whale. Just ask Daniel Day-Lewis, Holly Hunter, Russell Crowe, ... More >>
Two hundred drawings. Twenty-four hours. A dozen artists. One international cartoonist conspiracy.
The Fiery Furnaces turn poetic non sequitors into the surreal life of songs
Figaro without the fig leaf; Fugard's prison drama: No curtain, just bars
The Guthrie's Amadeus reveals Minnesota's weakness for the unwarranted ovation
Theatre de la Jeune Lune's The Magic Flute looks less like the Ring cycle and more like a three-ring circus
Chronicles of "trying" to conceive
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The Fab Four--in one--of children's music
Why the Minnesota Orchestra can't find a summer home
As the Minnesota Orchestra kicks off its annual Viennese Sommerfest concert series this month, Jeffrey Tate takes up the baton. But both dischord and harmony have passed over the celebrated conductor's road to the podium. Last fall, Tate talked with Q
Plymouth Music Series' Phillip Brunelle
How the classical music industry devours its young
At an age when most children have barely begun to make friends, Sophia Kim sees her whole life laid out before her.