Garrison Keillor is bringing “A Prairie Home Companion” back to St. Paul for seven shows early next year. Keillor and the cast and crew will return to the Fitzgerald Theater after a couple of months doing shows on the road.
Author and radio host Garrison Keillor will read selections from his new book of poetry in St. Paul next month. Keillor will read from his book “O, What a Luxury: Verses Lyrical, Vulgar, Pathetic & Profound,” at the Fitzgerald Theater on Oct. 2 and 3.
Garrison Keillor just doesn’t want to get off the stage. Keillor says he’s creating a new variety show this fall. “The Rhubarb Show” will follow broadcasts of Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” at the Fitzgerald Theater in downtown St. Paul.
Garrison Keillor kicks off the 39th season of “A Prairie Home Companion” in St. Paul on Sept. 14. Keillor will broadcast the season-opening show live from the Fitzgerald Theater.
Humorist Garrison Keillor kicks off his 26-city “Radio Romance Tour” next month.
Some folks might dress up as Norwegian bachelor farmers when Garrison Keillor hosts a masked ball in St. Paul.
‘s a long way from Lake Wobegon. Humorist and author Garrison Keillor will host “A Prairie Home Companion” sea cruise from Barcelona, Spain, to Venice, Italy, in August 2013.
Humorist Garrison Keillor is bringing “A Prairie Home Companion” back home to St. Paul in February.
Many famous and successful literary icons are associated with Minnesota and lovers of literature can get a little closer to these gifted authors by visiting landmarks throughout the state.
Some well-known Minnesotans gathered Saturday about why they oppose the state’s marriage amendment.
Garrison Keillor kicks off his 39th season of “A Prairie Home Companion” in downtown St. Paul this weekend.
Tickets are on sale for an onstage discussion featuring Garrison Keillor and author Diane Wilson in Minneapolis next month.
Grace Keillor, the mother of “A Prairie Home Companion” host Garrison Keillor, has died at age 97.
Garrison Keillor kicks off the 39th season of “A Prairie Home Companion” Sept. 15 in downtown St. Paul.
Given the large number of colleges and universities in the Twin Cities, it isn’t surprising that they have helped produce a core of voracious readers, many who enjoy the social interaction of book clubs.