You can learn a lot in how people introduce themselves. Clearly, screenwriters Nat Faxon and Jim Rash are old and good friends. Instead of jumping on offers after winning an Oscar for "The Descendants", the two decided to return to a coming-of-age script they had wanted to produce for years.
Until now, there's never been a Summer Camp for Socially Awkward Storytellers. No one -- particularly its creator, St. Paul photographer Alec Soth, claims to know how it will turn out.
In the face of a labor dispute with musicians, the Minnesota Orchestra management on Wednesday canceled six scheduled summer concerts.
Movie maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr are entertained by "The Lone Ranger," and "Despicable Me 2" becomes the most delightful movie of the summer.
The start of July marks ten months for the Minnesota Orchestra lockout, with no end in sight for the musicians, management and audience. Many opinions are swirling in the classical world about what's happening at the orchestra. Few predict sweetness and light, but rather a gloomy outcome.
This week the Cube Critics consider whether Legos could make for a good feature film.
The Guthrie Theater celebrates its 50th anniversary with a gala performance on Saturday night and a free community celebration on Sunday.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis discuss "World War Z" in this week's Cube Critics.
The largest modern show of Maya artifacts opens at the Science Museum of Minnesota. It explores the complex society which built huge cities across Central America over a millennium ago.
Groundbreaking begins Wednesday on a $79 million concert hall at the Ordway Center for Performing Arts. Major arts groups from St. Paul will gather this morning for a ceremony marking the moment.
Early birds walking around the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden this morning witnessed Tim Antilla giving a quick lick of paint to the spoon part of Claes Oldenburg's iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry.
The weekend is upon us and Cube Critics, Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven and arts reporter Euan Kerr, expound on the gross-out humor of "This is the End."
The question of whether the Minnesota Orchestra should return almost a million dollars in state aid because of the ongoing musicians lockout was raised Thursday after a report from the Legislative Auditor.
If it walks like a horse and talks like a horse, and looks like a horse, especially from a distance, does that make it a horse? In the case of Joey the war horse the answer is no -- and yes.
It was a surprise Monday when the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra announced that violinist Kyu-Young Kim, who in February announced he was leaving after winning a spot on the New York Philharmonic, is now staying to become the SPCO's senior director of artistic planning.