ALSO: Gordon Parks show to close soon; Aquavit’s Samuelsson in town this week; ‘Roman Holiday’ in film and on stage; and more.
Community mourns photographer Ann Marsden; ROLU filling Open Field at the Walker; ‘Fresh Ink’ at Illusion; and more.
ALSO: Are we oversaturated with music fests?; a new show at Northern Clay; the St. Kate’s art fair; and more.
ALSO: History Happy Hours drawing fans; Artspace expanding; science meets art at the Amsterdam; and more.
ALSO: Nikki and the RueMates CD release event; Guthrie issues more Hampton Celebration details; an Audrey Hepburn film fest; and more.
ALSO: Mixed Blood’s gloriously non-fluffy season; 4 videos to enjoy in air-conditioned comfort; live music at Tomato Fest; and more.
ALSO: 10 things to love about the American Swedish Institute; ‘Velocity 2’ at Hopkins Center; the Bard in White Bear Lake and Winona; and more.
For starters, catch the headliners at Mears Park. Hit the Amsterdam, Studio Z and the Black Dog.
ALSO: ‘American Idol Live!’ coming to Target Center; Bob Dylan to perform … well, nearby; see the Constitution before July 4; and more.
ALSO: Free Current show at the Cedar; McKnight theater awards; renovated Walker Cinema to open; and more.
ALSO: State Fair’s fine-arts deadline looms; ‘Mr. Toad’ at Old Log; ‘Secret Struggle’ youth art at CIRCA; and more.
ALSO: “The Vampire” opens on the Centennial Showboat; a free Cantus concert at Lake Harriet, Butch Thompson at Old Log; and more.
ALSO: Love choruses? This is your week; three major arts galas; French films at Film Society; and more.
ALSO: Big Band jazz in Eden Prairie; a Gordon Parks exhibit; Skylark Opera’s Summer Festival; and more.
ALSO: A Deanna Durbin Film Festival; Cantus at the Cowles; a carol-composing contest; and more.
ALSO: ‘The Living Sea’ opening at Science Museum Omni; ‘Xanadu’ at Chanhassen; ‘All Weather Ballads’ at HOBT; and more.
ALSO: Novelist Richard Ford opens “Stacks”; Subtext bookstore opens; Dana Gioia poetry reading; Hill Library’s “Radio Hour”; and more.
ALSO: Additions to the Guthrie’s season; return of the Walker’s Summer Music & Movies; Prince gets a Library of Congress thumbs-up; Innova’s amazing (and free) playlist.
ALSO: Arts organizations against the marriage amendment; a Bach weekend; poet John Caddy wins major McKnight award; and more
ALSO: The Ordway’s free dance lessons; Pen Pals season to include Rushdie; Zeitgeist’s new chamber work; and more.