A veteran of the Guthrie Theater, Children’s Theatre Company and Chanhassen Dinner Theatre, actor Nate Irvin has spent enough time in musical theater to know how to handle the limelight: When asked about your current production, first spread the glo
News stories about health and medical treatments often omit critical information such as the costs, harms, and benefits of new treatments; the quality of the evidence; the existence of other treatment options; and potential conflicts of interest by
Something about parenting seems to amp up people’s inner art critic. The guy at the Walker with his toddler: “Look Jaden, you could have done a better painting than that!” Me, reading to my kids at night: “I see a purple cat looking at me …
The Walker Art Center’s teen council has put together a Corruption Collection, ranging from an Enron award to a bag of Doritos. Tanya Bui reports.FROM THREESIXTY JOURNALISM
Jesse Ventura’s new book is doing better than many critics expected, much like Ventura’s unexpected gubernatorial victory in 1998. It was No.
Teens and teachers talk about how to stay safe and avoid the risks of sex and alcohol on prom night.FROM THREESIXTY JOURNALISM
File this under “book ideas that will never fly”: A female werewolf runs at the center of a pack of male werewolves that is brutally terrorizing the seedy side of Los Angeles. And then she falls in love with a dogcatcher and leaves her pack.
Politics & Policy
New authors, even those who have deals with major publishers, don’t get much marketing support these days for their books.
Neal Karlen recounts the agreement Tom DeFrank made under pressure from then-Vice President Ford not to use a certain quote about President Nixon and Watergate until Ford was dead, and how it turned into DeFrank’s new book, “Write It When I’m Gone.”
Politics & Policy
By Sharon Schmickle | Tuesday, March 25, 2008
A “biorenaissance” is under way around the world, but the United States isn’t keeping up with other nations, two Minnesota authors argue in a forthcoming book.