Blogs & Blog Posts on Arts in Minnesota



Blogs on "Arts"

Minnesota Reads
A literary blog written by Minnesota Readers.

Unseen Said
As a creative in the advertising and design industry, I'm always looki...

In the Heart of Minneapolis
I talk about events by the Minnesota Orchestra, or plays at the Guthrie. I ...

Bungalowdays
Life as seen from a 1925 Minneapolis bungalow...redecorating...trying my ha...

The Dependent Clause
"There is no more dangerous gift to posterity than a few cleverly turn...

A&E Blog
The A&E blog covers a span of cultural artifacts as wide, fascinating, ...

Twin City Scene
Twin City Scene is an electronic magazine covering the cities of Minneapoli...

Blog Posts on Arts

Packing tips for the Minnesota-based traveler by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 3, 2012 in Arts, Daily Planet Originals, LifestyleNicky Stein-Grohs I just arrived in Mexico today. I’ll be here for a month. Yes, a whole month. Before leaving I made it clear that no one should do anything fun while I’m away. There’s a monthly brunch I attended last weekend...



Gregg Inhofer's "Music for the Upright Walking" does almost everything right by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 2, 2012 in Arts, Entertainment, Music, Daily Planet OriginalsDwight Hobbes Singer-songwriter Gregg Inhofer (piano, organ, guitar), to say the least, gets around pretty good. To the extent that even if you haven't heard him, if you've been anywhere near Twin Cities music over the past year, y...



Brian DeRemer's debut album "Dusty Songs for Children of the Modern Age" is full of "A-sides" by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 2, 2012 in Arts, Entertainment, Music, Daily Planet OriginalsDwight Hobbes According to liner notes, some low-life SOB stole the master of Brian DeRemer's Dusty Songs for Children of the Modern Age, along with every copy. Which is enough of a damned shame, except whoever it was did the dasta...



Sundance Film Festival wrap-up: The five best films, and a couple of the worst by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 1, 2012 in Arts, Entertainment, Movies, Daily Planet Originals, NationalJim Brunzell III PARK CITY, UTAH—After sleeping in and choosing not to go to the new Richard Gere Wall Street thriller, Arbitrage (which was picked up by Lionsgate & Roadside Attractions), it was nice to sleep until 9 a.m. and...



Sierra DeMulder, Riot Act Reading Series, and the Bad Cartoonist Night: An action-packed week in Minneapolis by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 1, 2012 in Arts, Books, Entertainment, Music, Daily Planet OriginalsCourtney Algeo I’ve been to three events in the past two days, and while they’ve left me a little short on cash for the rest of the week, they’ve given me a lot to think about. Sunday night met me with Sierra DeMulder’s book...



"The Divide" bleeds daring doom by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 31, 2012 in Arts, Entertainment, MoviesDerek91 Eva (Lauren German) presses her hand against a window as she watches nuclear bombs drop on New York City. Skyscrapers explode and then crumble. In the distance, walls of fire make their way across the skyline. Then comes Adr...



"The Lion King": Cat fight by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 31, 2012 in CC area, Arts, Entertainment, TheaterBy:  Max Singer In the list of musicals that feature people dressed as cats, The Lion King is the second I have seen. The first was a recording of the plotless, pointless,&nb...



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