Recent Posts

  • Q&A: Early Eyes

    Middlebrook Hall’s ‘Coolest’ Kids

  • Q&A: Tabah

    Local indie rock group releases debut album “Symmetry Somewhere” while seeking community amongst the endless rhythm of perseverance and destruction

  • Underground Galleries

    A trip through the dewy sub-world of Twin Cities urban art

  • Q&A: Paul Shambroom

    Art professor discusses campus climate after the recent election

  • Q&A with Talvin Wilks

    The University of Minnesota’s latest theater production of José Rivera’s “Marisol” follows the story of a woman whose guardian angel has left to strike war on a tired, elderly God….

  • Q&A: Colin Campbell & the Shackletons

    Local band of brothers releases EP and rocks with a sense of Twin Cities punk history

  • Q&A Guante

    Kyle Tran Myhre or “Guante” is an activist, educator, writer and one of Minneapolis’ own. He is constantly pushing the boundaries of spoken word through his exploration of tough themes…

  • Q&A Jessica Staveley-Taylor

    The Staves are an acoustic folk rock group hailing from Watford, Hertfordshire, England. Releasing their first EP in 2011, they’ve since toured with Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine, and The Civil…

  • Q & A: Erica Zaffarano

    With more than 35 years of experience designing for theater, film and, television, Erica Zaffarano is no stranger to bringing the imaginary world of actors and storytellers to screens and…

  • Q&A: Jake Nokovic and Aidan Hutt

    Recent U of M graduates create short film “King Park” and peer into the tension of police brutality The 17 minutes of “King Park” were crafted over the span of…