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St. Paul Art Crawl Round Up

This weekend’s St. Paul Art Crawl is so chock full of arty delights that we wanted to help you plan ahead by highlighting a few of the “must see/hear” parts of the crawl. Abbey Kleinert’s Recess Press – Join Abbey… Continue Reading →

Your Morning Coffee

Blue Stem Prairie [via MnPublius]: Breathless blogger hyperventilates over Dayton office furniture placement. Strib: Prepping for Tut. CityPages: What would you do if you saw a half-dressed woman out there in the cold?

Your Morning Coffee

MinnPost: The MN Department Health says these are chemicals we do NOT need want in children or pregnant women (or, frankly, your own body). But they’re in every-day things. Strib: No metro casino? And budget reality sets in for the… Continue Reading →

Inkblots Art

Meet Giesla Hoelscher of Inkblots Art, a local artist that does really amazing collage work from photographs she takes of some of our favorite local places and landmarks. Of course my favorite is the Celebration of Saint Paul, but all of them… Continue Reading →

St. Paul Art Crawl

This weekend is the Fall 2010 St Paul Art Crawl, and there’s a¬†long list of locations displaying the works of local artists. It’s a good excuse to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather and changing colors. Friday October 8,… Continue Reading →

Black Dog Coffee Film for the Arts

Here’s some programming from St. Paul for you: Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar,¬†in conjunction with McNally Smith,¬†is hosting four monthly film events about art, ranging from 18th century art to abstract expressionism of the 50s and 60s. Click through… Continue Reading →

Local Music Legend Breaks into Visual Arts

I grew up listening to Curtis A playing all over town, Beatles Beatles everywhere (and then some), so when I moved back to Minneapolis five years ago, it was comforting to see him still around, his daughter in the audience,… Continue Reading →

Souvenirs: Minnesotans make movie exploring the price of war

[via MPR NewsQ]: Veteran actor James Cromwell plays Bud Vogel, a grandfather who is forced to talk about his World War II experiences after the discovery of his old footlocker … [E]ventually the grandfather opens the locker and reveals some… Continue Reading →

Beaver (a-hem…vagina) Scupture Gets Vandalized

It’s no secret that I absolutely hate the controversial beaver sculpture in Bemidji, but… according to City Pages, it has now been vandalized, and this, my friends, is simply not OK. It appears the prudes may have struck again: Gaea… Continue Reading →

Find Your Happy Place

According to WCCO, “a new interactive art project in the Twin Cities is asking people to find their happy places ‚Äî as well as those locations that have caused them sadness.” Uh… good outdoor sex locations? Or the place where… Continue Reading →

Imagine Some Really Cool Shit around the Mississippi

North of MPLS highlights the top seven ideas of the 30 presented in the Mill City Museum exhibit Imagining The Mississippi. My own personal favorite ‚Äî #3 on the top-7 list, #5 of the full 30 ‚Äî is the St…. Continue Reading →

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