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Q&A: James Vincent McMorrow

by Joe Kellen
Published November 16, 2014

A “Post Tropical” evening

by Joe Kellen
Published November 16, 2014
Local artist Perci Chester describes the installation of her latest gallery of sculptures and prints at the Traffic Zone for Visual Art on Monday.

Playing with gravity

by Joe Kellen
Published August 6, 2014
The cast of Crime and Punishment, a drama featured in the Minnesota Fringe Festival, rehearses at the Soap Factory on Sunday.

U community finds Fringe home

by Joe Kellen
Published July 30, 2014

20 years of Boredoms

by Joe Kellen
Published July 26, 2014
7 Seconds still embrace the hardcore ethos that guided them through the 80s.

7 Seconds over 30

by Joe Kellen
Published July 23, 2014
Arj Barker maintains a big presence on stage while exuding calmness.

A San Franciscan in Australia

by Joe Kellen
Published July 23, 2014

Endangered

by Joe Kellen
Published July 21, 2014
Cwn Annwn members practice at Kooler Sound in St. Paul on Thursday. The melodic metal band formed in 1997.

Bring out the hounds

by Joe Kellen
Published July 16, 2014
Local photographer Eric William Carroll poses with pieces of his new exhibit, G.U.T Feeling, Vol. 2, which will open at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts on July 17.

Right in the G.U.T.

by Joe Kellen
Published July 16, 2014

The birth of punk?

by Joe Kellen
Published July 12, 2014

In the middle of the street

by Joe Kellen
Published July 6, 2014
Minneapolis sculptor Rebecca Krinke and painter Duane Ditty carry a painting while installing their new exhibit Incident at the Rosalux Gallery on Monday.

Figuring out fallout

by Joe Kellen
Published July 2, 2014
 Béla Fleck takes the banjo from its porch stompin roots to modernity.

The bastion of banjo

by Joe Kellen
Published July 2, 2014

Places to Pride

by Joe Kellen
Published June 28, 2014
Angie Oase of the band Pennyroyal poses with her bike on Sunday. Pennyroyal will be playing at Twin Cities Pride on June 28th. In addition, Oase plans on riding her bike with Dykes on Bikes, a lesbian motorcycle club, during the parade at Pride.

The pride of Pennyroyal

by Joe Kellen
Published June 25, 2014

Four songs for thin walls

by Joe Kellen
Published June 3, 2014

A little gift for you

by Joe Kellen
Published May 25, 2014

Slam Dunkey

by Joe Kellen
Published May 21, 2014
Performer Nathan Christopher rehearses the first act of Bandara at the Old Arizona Theater on Tuesday.  Bandara, a play written and directed by University alumni Enrique Adyanthaya, is a play that explores Puerto Rican and Indian cultures.

Staging uncommon roots

by Joe Kellen
Published May 1, 2014
The Persuasions have the dynamic duo on their side: talent and charm.

No backing band necessary

by Joe Kellen
Published April 10, 2014
Potatoes come to life and paradigms shift in Sibyl Kempsons Potatoes of August.

Brand new spuds

by Joe Kellen
Published April 10, 2014

The Human Serviette

by Joe Kellen
Published March 30, 2014

Sticks and stones

by Joe Kellen
Published March 28, 2014

Lessons in camaraderie

by Joe Kellen
Published March 27, 2014
Writer Andy Sturdevant works on an outline for an upcoming essay at his studio in Minneapolis on Tuesday.  Sturdevant will be discussing and reading his first published book Potluck Supper with Meeting to Follow at the Weisman Art Museum along with two other authors on Thursday.

The new kids on the page

by Joe Kellen
Published March 13, 2014

LCD ecosystem

by Joe Kellen
Published February 27, 2014

Waiting for Bonnaroo

by Joe Kellen
Published February 22, 2014
Dave DeGennaro and Shari Aronson pose for a portrait with their cast of pirate puppets at the Moreland School in West St. Paul.

Z is for zen, P is for puppets

by Joe Kellen
Published February 13, 2014

Bye, Bye Birdie

by Joe Kellen
Published February 9, 2014
Technical Director for Park Square Theatre Robert Jensen adjusts lights on Friday behind the set of the theaters current show, The School for Lies, in St. Paul.

Shine on: Lighting design

by Joe Kellen
Published January 30, 2014
Sun Gods to Gamma Rays members, from left: bassist Brian Gollnick, rhodes player Peter Bregman, vocalist Brianna Kocka, drummer Mitch Miller and guitarist Paul Flynn.

Feelin’ it out

by Joe Kellen
Published January 23, 2014

Guts: 2013’s bravest theater

by Joe Kellen
Published December 11, 2013

Calling all “Rogues”

by Joe Kellen
Published November 4, 2013
Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy pluck and bow their way through high-energy, dance fueled concerts.

Fiddle me this

by Joe Kellen
Published October 31, 2013
Vice president of the Minnesota Climbing Team Joe Zelman climbs on Tuesday at the rock wall in the Recreation Center.

Student climbers reach new heights

by Joe Kellen
Published October 24, 2013

“Made Here” at Block E

by Joe Kellen
Published October 21, 2013

Regis shows off

by Joe Kellen
Published October 20, 2013

Review: MDT’s Fall Repertory

by Joe Kellen
Published October 13, 2013
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