Seven foreigners were named Tuesday to run some of Italy’s most prestigious museums, including the famed Uffizi Gallery in Florence, after the government opened up top museum jobs to international competition for the first time in what the culture minister described as “an historic step.”
Minnesota’s thriving arts scene goes a little abstract at these local exhibits.
Are you ready for a truly electric show? Head to the Cowles Center in Minneapolis for the Groundbreaker Battle. This hugely popular day-long event is a family-friendly immersion into hip-hop, including beat boxing and dancing.
Who makes the best pottery in Minnesota? You do!
The Minneapolis Institute of Art, in the midst of record attendance, is proving to be a sassy centenarian. Officials announced Thursday the museum is undergoing a rebranding in its 100th year, and will now simply be called by feminine first name “Mia.”
The Internet is full of summer reading lists and I’ve always wanted to recommend six works of literature to bored strangers online, so I put together this selection of books I suppose you could read on a beach if you really want.
At over 50 years, the Uptown Art Fair could be considered “over the hill,” but this vibrant festival is far from being behind the times. Each year to keep visitors engaged the fair introduces a number of new events. For its 52nd year it is hosting an amateur chef contest.
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, but judging by the immersive experience of these eleven audiobooks, sound can be worth a whole lot more.
See Minnesota’s five best shows where you can dine and be entertained all at one venue.
Are you a fan of Andy Warhol’s art? Check out the best places in the country to view his work according to Deborah Davis, author of “The Trip: Andy Warhol’s Plastic Fantastic Cross-Country Adventure.”
See the art that is the talk of the town.
Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and check out these eleven books before their hotly anticipated adaptations arrive at a theater near you.
The learning doesn’t end – even when school’s out for the summer.
Immerse yourself in music at any of these five best Minnesota music shops.
At the Minneapolis Institute of Arts , of course there’s always so much going on around visual arts. But the museum also offers frequent tours of a literary bent: Inspired by Books, tours that combine the museum’s extensive visual arts collection with themed explorations of books.
During the summer the number of national touring shows that make their way through Minnesota is limited. But while some of the larger stages lay dark for longer periods of time, the curtain has hardly closed on the Twin Cities theater scene.
Want to get those creative juices flowing? Try these three simple tips from Barnet Bain, author of “The Book Of Doing And Being.”
Learn about the public transportation of the past.
Five Minnesota must-see comedy clubs are worth your consideration.
Hitting the beach this summer? Alongside your flip-flops, towel, and plenty of sunscreen, no beach bag is complete without one of the summer’s hottest reads.
Foursquare On The Pin Ep 7: The State Of Cocktails Talia Baiocchi, Editor-In-Chief, PUNCH And Brian Hawthorne, Bartender And Partner At The Wayland
This episode of Foursquare On The Pin is your go-to-guide for everything cocktails.
Learn a language in many ways from total immersion to five minutes a month.
Minnesotans love to venture outdoors in the summer. For this reason, many summer events and festivals are held outside to accommodate those that wish to take advantage of the short summer.
Father’s Day is coming soon. What are you doing to enjoy the day with your dad? Here are some ideas for special events, not necessarily Father’s Day-themed, but fun for the whole family.
This episode of Foursquare On The Pin covers sports bars, father’s day meals and much more!
Kat Perkins gave a live performance in the Cambria Gallery on 7th, hosted by WCCO Radio’s John Williams!
A big Broadway show has rolled into town. The set of “Wicked” was unloaded into the Orpheum Theatre Tuesday morning. The show opens Wednesday and runs for six weeks, through Oct. 27.