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This Week at HUGE, Black & Funny Will ‘Rise From the Ashes’

The five-day improv-aganza is at its biggest since the festival started in 2016.

March 21, 2023

Kahlil Robert Irving’s ‘Archaeology of the Present’ Hints at Excellence but Suffers from Sterile Setting

The innovative exhibit suggests a promising first chapter of an unfinished book.

March 10, 2023

‘Feast’ Upon this Review of Dinner and a Show at the Black Forest Inn

Walking Shadow Theatre Company stages a feminist retelling of ‘Beowulf.’


Read 150+ Locally Themed Weed Haikus from Racket Subscribers

To win weed, readers were asked to become poets.

February 13, 2023

WAM’s New BIPOC-Focused Exhibit Tries to Communicate with the Future

But what it's saying is up to you in the present.

February 8, 2023

This Twin Cities Artist Makes Adorable Tiny Food You Can Wear

Tiny waffles? Pffft. How about tiny bags of marinating chicken?


The U of M Quietly Killed the ‘Paint the Bridge’ Tradition

The decades-long ritual of student groups painting the Washington Avenue Bridge officially ended in 2021.

January 13, 2023

Sandro Botticelli was an Ordinary Guy with Extraordinary Talent

The first-of-its-kind exhibition is free this Black Friday.

November 22, 2022

See the Locally Angled Weed Art Our Readers Created

One artist scored a prize package valued at almost $1,300, but you're all winners, to us.

October 31, 2022