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Gregory J. Scott

E-Books, Schmee-Books

Famed Penguin Books designer David Pearson heralds the gorgeous object-ness of dead-tree tomes.

Screw-Up Writers: Like Father, Like Son

Boston poet Nick Flynn's achingly bleak memoir gets the Hollywood treatment.

Composer Nico Muhly Talks Vermont, His Bias Against Brooklyn, and How Classical is Overcoming its Porn-Like Stigma

A Q-and-A with wunderkind composer Nico Muhly, who brings his 802 Tour to the Walker this weekend.

“I Love RoboCop 2”: Film Confessionals at the Trylon

You're not paying to see a movie. You're paying for a sneak peek into the potentially freaky pop-culture psyche of someone you know/hate/admire/resent.

Fanfare for the Common Woman

"365D: Three Hundred and Sixty-Five Days of a Woman," a mesmerizing exhibition of 366 portraits of Italian women, opens at the Icebox.

The “Banana Boat” Guy Comes to the Walker

Harry Belafonte—actor, activist, King of Calypso—visits Minneapolis for the local debut of his new biographical documentary.

Rosalux Turns 10

With a decade of shows under its belt, the oldest artists' collective in the Twin Cities is as strong as ever.

Why Do We Love It When Artists Fail?

A new art world-focused film series launches with one of the pillars of the creative life: failure.

Marc Maron Sips Coffee, Soils Pants

Maron—stand-up, podcast king, existential warrior—returns to Acme.

How's it hanging, Death?

Ingmar Bergman mini-fest kicks off at the Trylon

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TC Culture spotlights everything that’s wow-worthy in Minneapolis–St. Paul’s vibrant arts, entertainment, and culture scene. Film, theater, dance, music, visual arts, events—if it’s something you just gotta do, see, or hear in the Twin Cities metro, you’ll read about it here.

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