Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis welcome Star Tribune film critic Colin Covert to discuss the Oscar's best-picture and best-director nominations in this week's Cube Critics.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis welcome Pioneer Press film critic Chris Hewitt to discuss the Oscar nominations for best actor, actress and supporting actor in this week's Cube Critics.
This weekend features a poetry reading from local poets Mike Finley and Danny Klecko, while Norwegian musician Terje Isungset searches the area's frozen lakes for the right ice to make his instruments.
The American Federation of Musicians has filed an unfair labor practices complaint with the National Labor Relations Board against the management of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
Actor and director Randy Reyes will succeed founder Rick Shiomi as artistic director of St. Paul-based Mu Performing Arts.
It's a wrap, at a very crowded cube today as some news colleagues converged on The Cube Critics to talk movie trailers, and the costs of streaming versus renting.
As an independent analysis proceeds on the Minnesota Orchestra's finances, locked-out musicians say management recently rejected an offer to return to performing.
The chair of the Minnesota House Legacy Committee says she is considering reallocating funds currently designated for the Minnesota Orchestra and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
A group proposes to raises $750,000 a year to help the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra avoid cuts.
With a musicians' lockout now in its fifth month, the Minnesota Orchestra today cancelled or rescheduled concerts through April 7.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis discuss "Side Effects," "Identity Thief" and "56 Up" in this week's Cube Critics.
With a Grammy nomination for the Minnesota Orchestra's recording of Sibelius' 2nd and 5th Symphonies, Osmo Vanska, R.T. Rybak and Classical MPR music director Rex Levang discuss why this disc is so special.
Australian musician Ben Frost brings his latest challenging, eclectic work to the Amsterdam Bar in St. Paul this weekend.
The Minnesota Opera's 51st season, announced on Saturday, includes a mixture of operatic favorites and a fantasy based on a silent film star.
Mayor R.T. Rybak hosted a celebration concert Friday night at the Minneapolis Convention Center to mark the Minnesota Orchestra's Grammy nomination for best orchestral performance.