Black Table Arts founder Keno Evol says he opened the arts cooperative in south Minneapolis as an extension of the recent local racial justice movement
The arts cooperative, founded this year by a local poet, aims to serve as a joyful, educational hub and extension of the local racial justice movement


Botticelli Comes to the Minneapolis Institute of Art

Mia will stage "one of the most comprehensive" Botticelli exhibits in the U.S. starting this October
A Black Lives Matter mural on Plymouth Avenue in Minneapolis

Meet Artists Behind the “Black Lives Matter” Street Mural

On Plymouth Avenue in Minneapolis, the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum hosted a massive undertaking

Interview: Dua Saleh on Creating Music While Processing Trauma

The Twin Cities artist tackles gender identity and police brutality in new recordings

The Jungle’s New Season Opens This Weekend

"Every Brilliant Thing" plays Oct. 16-Nov. 14 at the Lyn-Lake theater
Cassie Beck gives a compelling performance in "What the Constitution Means to Me"

The Guthrie Bursts Back Onstage with “What the Constitution Means to...

The not-quite-one-person show puts the Supreme Court on trial in an electric, timely performance

“What to Send Up When It Goes Down” Returns to Pillsbury...

The play of songs and vignettes surrounding Black joy and anti-Blackness is back after an acclaimed run
Comedian Jon Savitt is back in the Twin Cities with a pandemic-inspired show with games, trivia, and probably other amusing things

Games and Late-Night TV Inspire Local Comedian’s Latest Show

Jon Savitt’s “Never Too Late” at the Phoenix Theater draws from pandemic restlessness in a show of trivia, conversation, and other amusing things
The Hawaiian setting of HBO's "The White Lotus"

Did You Know “The White Lotus” Featured a Twin Cities Musical...

The local Rose Ensemble contributed nine tracks of traditional Hawaiian songs to the hit HBO show
Questlove talked about Prince and his film "Summer of Soul" at Paisley Park on Sunday

Highlights: Questlove Brings ‘Summer of Soul’ Film to Paisley Park

The Roots frontman talked about Prince and his debut documentary covering 1969’s Harlem Cultural Festival

Review: Stargazing at the Wilco and Trampled by Turtles Concert

Bands bring surprises to separate sets at Treasure Island Casino Amphitheater

How Music Venues Can Change with #MeToo in Mind

Sexual misconduct allegations reverberate in the Twin Cities’ live music scene after a year of social reckonings

Botticelli Comes to the Minneapolis Institute of Art

Mia will stage "one of the most comprehensive" Botticelli exhibits in the U.S. starting this October
David Hockney, "Gregory in the Pool" (1983)

5 Art Exhibits to See This Month in the Twin Cities

From "tree mannequins" and Japanese ceramics to Russian realism and poolside meditations

MSP Film Society Kicks Off 2021 Cine Latino Festival

This is the ninth annual film festival celebrating the work of Latinx and Iberian filmmakers

Red Dresses at St. Catherine Highlight Murdered and Missing Indigenous Persons

The ”REDress Project” sets up on the St. Paul campus in late October

Party Pics: Constellation Fund’s Bright Night at First Avenue

The free virtual event raised more than $2 million from 235 donations in just 90 minutes

Party Pics: Sanneh Foundation’s Gala 4 Goals 2021

For the first time ever, the Gala 4 Goals fundraiser was held in a virtual format
Jackie Boucher

Party Pics: HeartLink Gala 2019

For Children’s HeartLink’s 50th anniversary, medical experts showed out for an event that raised $1 million
Dr. Judy Eckerle

Party Pics: FashionFest

On a night of designer looks, FashionFest raised more than $480,000 for pediatric services