Arts & Culture
- Roaming and Reading: The worldwide 'Hamlet' tour
In this installment, we look at The Globe Theatre in London undertaking a worldwide tour of "Hamlet."The Daily Circuit, April 30, 2014
- Vanska's return as Minnesota Orchestra director
Under the two-year agreement, Vanska will lead the group for at least ten weeks each year and will take the same pay cut as musicians agreed to earlier this year.The Daily Circuit, April 25, 2014
- Emily Dickinson poetry marathon kicks off at St. Thomas
Participants at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul are in the process of reading all 1,789 poems by Emily Dickinson.The Daily Circuit, April 25, 2014
- How Hollywood treats women of a certain age
Kerri and Stephanie consider Hollywood's aging process.The Daily Circuit, April 23, 2014
- Annabelle Gurwitch's 'survival stories from the edge of 50'
Annabelle Gurwitch joins us to discuss her latest book.April 23, 2014
- Which books should be shared with the world?
The books will be given out at stores, hospitals, libraries and schools. At least 500,000 books will be given away during the event.The Daily Circuit, April 23, 2014
- What animated films teach children about race, gender
Some of these popular animated films for kids end up getting attention for the wrong reasons.The Daily Circuit, April 21, 2014
- Commentary: Monopoly without rules? Chaos
Hasbro opens the door to so-called house rules.The Daily Circuit, April 18, 2014
- Therese Anne Fowler tells Fitzgeralds' life through Zelda
Therese Anne Fowler's novel "Z" describes the notorious and glamorous life of Zelda Fitzgerald through the fictionalized perspective of Zelda herself.The Daily Circuit, April 17, 2014
- 'Dom Hemingway' opens in Twin Cities this weekend
Euan Kerr talks with writer and director Richard Shepard about his film and the genre.The Daily Circuit, April 17, 2014
- Best foreign films to extend your vacation abroad
Kerri just returned from an extended vacation and isn't ready to settle back in at home. Euan and Stephanie join her for Screen Time this week with foreign film recommendations.The Daily Circuit, April 16, 2014
- Joan DeJean on 'How Paris Became Paris'
Kerri just returned from her trip to F. Scott Fitzgerald's Paris with a group of MPR travelers.The Daily Circuit, April 16, 2014
- Roaming and Reading: Dennis Lehane's Tampa
In this installment, we travel to Florida to explore Tampa through Dennis Lehane's 'Live by Night.'The Daily Circuit, April 16, 2014
- 'The Last Ferryman' is Tom's book pick
The novel is set in a small Illinois town in 1939 when the only way to cross the Wabash River was by ferry.The Daily Circuit, April 15, 2014
- Ken Burns on learning 'The Address'
Filmmaker Ken Burns' newest work tells the story of the Greenwood School in Vermont that encourages students to memorize the Gettysburg Address.The Daily Circuit, April 15, 2014
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