This week, a late comedian’s likeness can’t be used for quite some time and a late poet gets honored.
A new study by the Pew Research Center shows just how much teens are using technology and social media.
From a large music festival-conference to a soul legend crooning it up in St. Paul, here are four great shows to see this week(end)!
Emmy Award-Winning talk show host, creator and producer Tyra Banks to host “The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards” on POP, Sunday, April 26th at 8pm ET/PT.
The final paintings are being hung this week for an art show curated and created by kids. The exhibit, called “ME(me)”, opens this Saturday at Intermedia Arts Center.
Despite geographical difficulties between bandmates, Minneapolis-based rockers, Ghost Towns Of The West, aren’t saying “farewell” just yet. In fact, they intend to play a memorable CD release show this Friday at the Cabooze. They’ll worry about the other stuff later.
This weekend at Schmidt Artist Lofts in St. Paul, nearly 50 entrepreneurs, small business owners and artisans will show off some of the highest quality “Minnesota Made” products at the Help a Minnesota Maker Succeed event.
CBS All Access, the network’s digital subscription video on demand live streaming service, is coming to the Roku platform, upgrading current CBS content and offering much, much more.
Judith Hill is used to false starts in her career. She was set to have a major platform as Michael Jackson’s backup singer for his “This Is It” comeback concerts when he died before they could begin; she was also a leading contender on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2013 before getting voted off before the finals.
A Fox News anchor is apologizing to the original American Idol. Fox News’ Chris Wallace made comments about Kelly Clarkson’s weight on a radio show recently.
All week long, WCCO This Morning is taking a tour of the arts scene in the Twin Cities. On Monday, we feature Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, which has two exhibits on display this month.
This week, a rap mogul goes to war with Spotify while a new late-night talk show host faces some Twitter backlash.
The first clip of the Amy Winehouse documentary has been revealed and shows the late singer talking about her relationship with music.
Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig say they are now abandoning plans for a Lifetime TV movie after the secret project became public.
Fancy some Pop Rocks Truffles or an Enchanted Mushroom? We found 11 exotic chocolate treats to make your Easter even tastier.
When you take a neighborhood that’s been down and out and add some business owners like Eddie Wu. You have a recipe for a rebirth. This week, Jason DeRusha eats at Cook Saint Paul.
From a 45th anniversary show at First Avenue to a complete performance of Abbey Road at the Cabooze, here are the four shows you should see this weekend.
April brings a few new movies and television premieres, but it’s a music festival that’s going to get the most attention this month. Take a look below and find out what’s happening when winter melts away.
For the first time in a decade, one of the most iconic rock-and-roll bands is coming back to the Twin Cities. The Rolling Stones announced on Tuesday they’ll play TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota on June 3.
It was a clean sweep for CBS on Tuesday as the the network received Emmy nominations for every show in its daytime lineup.
Once you’ve heard Tig Notaro’s stand-up comedy, your world will be completely different.
If it’s spring, baseball can’t be far behind. But new to the spring of 2015 is the CHS Field, the brand-new home of the St. Paul Saints, located in St. Paul’s Lowertown. The stadium hosts its first home game on May 21, against Sioux City.
Exactly a year after playing Target Center, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is bringing his fall tour to the Xcel Energy Center this September.
April is fast approaching, and that means the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival needs to be on every Minnesota cinephile’s radar.
New Salem Baptist Church is known for its community activism and outreach. But fewer people knew about the pastor’s famous friend, Stevie Wonder, until he showed up for Sunday service.
Big names turned out in New York City last night for the annual Met Gala. But even bigger than the names were the fashion choices.
“Birdman” was the top winner at the 2015 Academy Awards, winning best picture and best director. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Whiplash” also earned multiple awards.