Lying down shoulder-to-shoulder with strangers in a cave made from granulated Himalayan salt is not the most conventional way to spend a Thursday night.
First and foremost, Cameron Kinghorn was a trumpet player. He came to the University of Minnesota to pursue an instrumental music education degree, studying at the School of Music with trumpet professor David Baldwin and participating in Jazz Ensemble I under the direction of professor and director of jazz studies Dean Sorenson.
If you were expecting another gripping true-crime drama podcast from "Serial" this season, you’ll be sorely disappointed.
Hudson Walker, a Harvard-educated art collector and historian, was christened the first curator of the Little Gallery on the University of Minnesota campus in March 1934.
On Friday night, Leon Bridges reminded us the 60s are not dead. The 29-year-old Texan entered the stage for the second night of his two-night gig with a spring in his step, looking like a retro cowboy at a disco in flared black pants, a Western button-up shirt and slicked-back hair.
Blackmospheres. This is the word director Keno Evol uses to describe the gatherings that take place through his nonprofit, Black Table Arts.
Twin Cities Veg Fest is an event that ignites overwhelming excitement, sending butterflies to a vegan’s stomach as they walk through the gates.
Surely, if you live in the Twin Cities, you’re familiar with the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Walker Art Center and the Weisman Art Museum. But have you heard of the Better World Museum? Located in the City Center building, this gallery space is the brainchild of artist Paige Dansinger.
SALES’ sold-out Wednesday night show was highly anticipated among lovers of indie pop. Fans who'd missed the window to buy tickets flocked to the event’s Facebook page, hopelessly begging for a way in.