Arts & Culture

An ongoing exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts features new work by Minnesota artist Ta-coumba Aiken.

All kinds of groups have come out against the war in Iraq in the past few years. City councils have passed resolutions, and church groups regularly hold vigils. But there’s a church in St.

A new exhibition at the Weisman Art Museum entitled Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation features contemporary Native North American art from the West, Northwest, and Pacific.

Montevideo, Minnesota hosts the first annual Green Carpet Film Festival:http://www.greencarpetfilmfest.com Friday, November 16th and Saturday, November 17th.

In this segment of Who’s Spinning Who, local music writer and author of West Bank Boogie, Cyn Collins talks to local recording engineer and producer Tom Herbers about some of his favorite songs, b

The 8th Annual Seward Arts Festival:http://www.sewardarts.org/ takes place this Saturday, November 10.

North Country Co-op, the first collectively run grocery in Minneapolis, recently announced in a statement from the board of directors that they will be closing its doors on November 4th.

After thirty years as a journalist in such exotic locales as Hong Kong, Tokyo and London, Douglas McGill, a native of Rochester, was ready to come home.

Every month a harmony-singing duo puts on a tent revival at a bar in St. Paul. Ok, so it’s not a reigious revival but the Revival Show hosts are serious about music.

The new documentary film The Devil Came on Horseback:http://www.thedevilcameonhorseback.com/ opens this week in Minneapolis.

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