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Jungle Fever

Interest in botanical art is growing faster than a hothouse orchid.

Displaced Persons

Jila Nikpay’s new photography book celebrates breast cancer survivors, revealing the reality behind a once-shrouded subject.

Theater, As You Like It

For some, Shakespeare seems less highfalutin in outdoor spaces.

Cabaret Cojones

Leslie Ball’s midnight cabaret celebrates 15 years of song, dance, and eccentricity.

Arts Feature

Mischa Santora, associate conductor of the Minnesota Orchestra, is more than a backup tux. He’s a world-class maestro who, in almost any other city, would be a celebrity. In fact, he already is.

Three’s Company

The smart, satirical sitcom Nate on Drums may be the next local TV show to leap to a national network—even without Nate.

A Tangled History

Actress and playwright Kimberly Morgan unravels the long and the short of African American hairstyles—and tells the story of a people in the process

Drawn Together

How the International Cartoonist Conspiracy helps comic book artists scale new heights in a single, monthly event.

Supper and Sondheim

After nearly four decades of success, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres—the country’s largest venue of its kind—is looking to expand. We feel a song coming on.

The Art of More

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ new leader believes the timing is right to rejuvenate the 123-year-old museum as a world-class exhibitor—and he has the fresh capital and gallery space to get the arty party started.

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