‘Why Does it Have to Be Les Mis?’: ‘In The Camps’ Brings a New Story to the American Stage
With 'In the Camps: A Refugee Musical,' Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay has written and produced the nation's first Lao-centered musical.
Native Photographers Control the Narrative in Mia’s ‘In Our Hands’ Exhibit
'Native people are and have always been more than capable of telling our own stories,' says co-curator/artist Jaida Grey Eagle.
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Mizna’s 2023 Twin Cities Arab Film Festival Spotlights Palestine and Morocco
One of the largest and longest running Arab film festivals in the Midwest remains a vital platform for regional and diasporic filmmakers.
‘Muralism Is up, and People Are Paying Attention’: Chroma Zone Fest Returns
How one mural project is redefining the look of a neighborhood, and who gets to design it.
Fall Arts Guide 2023
Your guide to this season's best music, festivals, art shows, dance performances, and much, much more.
Cowchella vs. Coachella: Why Are the Mega-Fest’s Lawyers Going After a Tiny Minneapolis Nonprofit?
Cow Tipping Press, a local literary nonprofit that advocates for writers with intellectual/developmental disabilities, is being asked to change the name of its annual event.
Theater Latté Da Founder’s Final Curtain Call
Peter Rothstein put MN on the map for musical theater. Before heading to Florida for a new gig, he’s directing one last show.
So, There’s an MN State Fair-Themed RPG Called ‘Butter Princess’
The tabletop game that asks: 'When a 90-pound butter bust is on the line, how far will you go?'
I Visited the Charles Schulz Exhibit with ‘Peanuts’ Superfan Lyle Larue
'Schulz once said in an interview that he never let Charlie kick the ball. Wrong.'
After 16 Years and Thousands of Prints, Artcrank Rides Off Into the Sunset
'Cycling's coolest art show' calls it quits.