Hough was described in the local press as “one of the ardent advocates of hanging.”
Covering Minnesota’s theater, music, dance, literature and visual arts.
ALSO: “Red Hot Friday” at Stevens Square Park; Saturday Night Jazz at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra’s Summer Finale; “An Evening of Show Tunes with Tyler Michaels King and Friends” at Crooners; and more.
Jim Clark is the man in charge. The fair’s fine arts superintendent made time for an in-person interview at the Fine Arts Building last week.
ALSO: Malamanya live at Lyndale Gardens; Teresa Mock presents “The Uncertainty Principle”; and August Green Roof Poetry at the Walker.
In 2001, the Librarian of Congress selected “Cologne” as one of twenty-five films that year for the National Film Registry, an inventory of significant American films.
ALSO: The New Standards at Crooners; Black Forum presented by The Bureau at Mia; and more.
ALSO: Collide announces 2021-22 season of five events; Lowertown Guitar Festival 2021 at Como Lakeside Pavilion; and more.
This is art as entertainment, experience, distraction and relaxation. An escape from the daily news and the events of the past year and a half.
ALSO: Launch event for Patrick Nathan’s “Image Control” at Subtext Books; “Sounds for Silents” at the Walker Hillside; and more.
The area comprises three million acres of boreal forest in northern Minnesota.
ALSO: Free tickets to “Respect” at the Riverview; Food Truck Rally and Music at Franconia Sculpture Park; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s New World Symphony; Youth Jazz Showcase and Sophia Kickhofel Group at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: Authors John Toren and Matt Schuth at SubText Books; Open Courtyard Family Days at Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: The Adam Meckler Orchestra at Crooners; Guthrie adds “Destiny of Desire”; the CHS Field Cat Video Festival; and more.
The murdered woman’s father suspected her husband and hired a private investigator whose efforts eventually helped uncover the truth.
Among the nine in-person dance performances that will start in October are several dance films and a small series of concerts on Northrop’s restored Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ.
Rosing started his political career with the Republicans but changed parties over disagreement with the national party’s tax policies.
On Saturday night at a café in Lowertown, Steve Kenny will stand before a crowd and proclaim, “Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Saturday Night Jazz at the Black Dog!”
ALSO: The FLOW Northside Arts Crawl 2021; Patrick’s Nicollet Island Cabaret; the Loring Park Art Festival; and more.