Euan Kerr Feature Archive

"The Clock" is a 24-hour film that acts as a sort of clock itself -- by pairing up each minute with a film clip displaying that time. (06/12/2014)
In coming weeks a number of Minnesota theater groups are hitting the road, taking shows far and wide in what likely will be big payoffs for little theaters on the routes. They'll be stopping everywhere from driveways to Chinese restaurants. (06/06/2014)
The Creative Enterprise Zone features a multitude of creative businesses, including Soth's own studio. Soth hopes the image will attract attention by initially being a little confusing, but then representing the area. (06/03/2014)
In his new book, Kent Nerburn writes about a plce with "the inconceivable name of 'The Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indians.'" (06/03/2014)
MPR's Cube Critic Euan Kerr joins Steve Seel and Jill Riley to talk about the latest installment in the Marvel superhero series and about a documentary that explores the invention of adolescence. (05/23/2014)
Former Minnesota Opera president Kevin Smith will take over as interim CEO of the Minnesota Orchestra, the orchestra's board said Thursday. (05/22/2014)
Kevin Smith led the Minnesota Opera for 25 years until he retired in 2011. (05/22/2014)
His "plein art" predecessors loved painting beautiful landscapes, but Scott Lloyd Anderson seeks beauty elsewhere. Namely: the suburbs. The Flanders Gallery in Minneapolis is showing his work now. (05/22/2014)
Liquid Music curator Kate Nordstrum has announced the lineup for the third season of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's new music concert series, which includes such artists as Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche (pictured, above) and The National's Bryce Dessner. MPR News' Euan Kerr has the story. (05/20/2014)
Liquid Music curator Kate Nordstrum has announced the lineup for the third season of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's new music concert series. MPR News' Euan Kerr has the story. (05/20/2014)
Theology and crime become increasingly entangled as the story unfolds, until agent Martins realizes he is dealing with forces far beyond the human realm. (The Daily Circuit, 05/16/2014)
British artist Ralph Steadman is best known in the United States for his decades illustrating the work of journalist Hunter S. Thompson, especially in Rolling Stone magazine and the book 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.' But a new documentary makes the case for Steadman as an artist in his own right. (05/09/2014)
Justin Go says it's tough to describe his book quickly. The book, like Go's life, is complicated. A self-described Europhile who grew up in Los Angeles, Go set aside a career in the law in his 20s to bum around Europe "wanting to have strong experiences." (05/01/2014)
"The Working Boys Band" makes its premier this weekend on St. Paul's History Theatre stage. It's a story that looks back at the Twin Cities and family life 100 years ago when there were no child labor laws and many youngsters scrambled to make a living, playwright Dominic Orlando said. (05/01/2014)
The Minnesota Orchestra's music director warned that the leadership, the board and other parts of the organization must come together in recognition that the orchestra itself "is the star." (04/29/2014)