Every third Sunday of the month, a group of "Gen Y" yarn spinners regale audiences with edgy tales of woe, wisdom and awkward situations. They call themselves the Rockstar Storytellers.
The Walker Art Center's upcoming season reflects a new level of interdisciplinary collaboration happening among artists around the globe.
The Walker Art Center is cutting its operating budget by 8 percent in the coming fiscal year, and eliminating nine positions.
One of the most multi-dimensional, multi-talented artists in the Twin Cities is someone whose name probably doesn't ring a bell, but after operating for years in the trenches of the Minnesota art scene, Mankwe Ndosi is beginning to be discovered.
Poverty, isolation and a lack of organized activities are some of the main reasons African immigrant teens in the Twin Cities are drawn to gangs and crime. A St. Paul group is addressing these problems as a team -- a soccer team.
The content on the "Overheard in Minneapolis" website has become the catalyst for a new improv theater production.
The Duluth band Trampled by Turtles gained a national following for its passionate, frenetic, spontaneous acoustic music. Critics are praising their new cd, "Palomino," for capturing the band's driving energy.
Mixed Blood Theater's new play explores the manufactured drama, racial stereotypes and greed of professional wrestling.
Forget trying to put Jelloslave's music into some neat little category. In fact, experimental jazz saxophonist George Cartwright of Roseville, won't even take a stab at it.
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres have been sold to a group led by longtime artistic director, Michael Brindisi.
Dave King and friends will be celebrated at the Walker as part of "King for Two Days."
Gretchen Seichrist and her band Patches & Gretchen are releasing a new cd entitled "Sugar Head Pie."
The latest experiment in Minnesota's malls is underway at Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka, where they are creating and displaying art in the shopping complex alongside storefronts and food courts.
As a music writer and songwriter, Jim Walsh always looks for the meaning of life in a three minute pop song.
Every job has its own tedium and drudgery. The stage performer's burden, of course, is memorizing all those lines. So how do they do it?