Griffin Productions, a new Minnesota-based movie company, will shoot a romantic comedy feature film on the Iron Range early next year. Work on the movie, which has a working title of "Thanksgiving at Denny's," will begin in the spring, with the aim of a fall 2013 release.
Both sides in the Minnesota Orchestra lockout are welcoming a letter from music director Osmo Vanska calling for a return to the negotiating table.
"New Yorker" writer Ian Frazier believes he's found a new literary voice. Well, maybe not new, but one until recently rarely heard in polite company. The voice that Frazier pens is the "Cursing Mommy," and his new novel "The Cursing Mommy's Book of Days" lets that voice roar.
Locked out musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra today announced two concerts in mid-December featuring two former mainstays of the orchestra: Edo de Waart and Jorja Fleezanis.
Will Stephanie and Euan add to the raves piling up for director Sam Mendes, and actors Daniel Craig and Judy Dench in the latest installment of the world's biggest film franchise? Plus, Euan gives "A Late Quartet" an audition.
Management of the Minnesota Orchestra today cancelled all concerts through the end of the year.
Musical innovator and Talking Heads founder David Byrne has wired the former Theater de La Jeune Lune building in the Minneapolis warehouse district to make it into a musical instrument. The musical installation called "Playing the Building" allows visitors to use the keyboard of an old pump organ to rattle girders, blast air and make other sounds through attachments to the instrument.
"The Cube Critics" Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr turn the discussion to a movie about a man with an iron lung who decides he wants to lose his virginity, and a fete of a prominent French filmmaker at the Walker Art Center.
Next year will mark the 25th anniversary of the launch of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" a Twin Cities television production which became a national sensation. Creator Joel Hodgson returns to Minneapolis this weekend to reveal the secrets behind creating the show.
"The Sessions," which opens in the Twin Cities this weekend, is both poignant and funny -- and it's drawing more Oscar buzz for Alexandria native John Hawkes.
Locked out musicians of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra will vote Wednesday on a contract proposal that would cut salaries and the size of the orchestra.
"The Cube Critics" focuses on a sprawling, epic movie based on an equally ambitious novel about how human actions and connections reverberate across generations.
Minnesota writer Elizabeth Foy Larsen has co-authored a huge new volume called "Unbored: An Essential Field Guide to Serious Fun."
After months of negotiations failed to find a contract agreement, the management of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra locked out its musicians on Sunday evening.
Musicians of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra say they won't vote on a contract offer until Oct. 31, meaning a lockout is almost certain.