The grand opening of Rabbit Creek’s new showroom on June 27 at International Market Square featured a talk by top designer Thomas O’Brien. O’Brien spoke about the design process and the inspiration for his house and new book, The Library House.
Arts & Culture
Over a year and a half ago, Kristi Shepherd started Reprise Skincare, a line of skincare products she developed herself. Realizing she was going to need more help, she reached out to the career and college center at St.
Eleven years ago, parents Julie and Matt Guidry founded Upstream Arts.
While it’s true that Barbie has had a driver’s license since the 1960s, in the world of Uptown artist and photographer Nicole Houff, the iconic doll isn’t quite ready to get behind the wheel of her sleek and
stylish sports car.
It’s not a comfortable topic, this notion of adoption as loss. And in Minnesota, where more Korean kids have been adopted than in any other state, it may be particularly uncomfortable. Kate Anne Kang—the pen name of long-time St.
If you lived in the Cedar Lake area in the early 1970s, you may have inadvertently been privy to the beginning of the musical career of Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter and Semisonic front man Dan Wilson.
With its first major infrastructure renovation in 30 years completed this past summer, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is open to the public once again.
Since its founding in 2001, Soo Visual Arts Center (SooVAC) has exhibited work from more than 2,000 artists—many of them local and emerging talents—and sustained a dynamic space for artists, residents of its Lyn-Lake neighborhood and art-lovers
“I don’t like having cancer, especially one without a cure,” admits long-time St. Louis Park resident and former Meadowbrook Collaborative leader Linda Trummer, “but in many ways it’s opened up my life.”
If you’re searching for a high-quality theater performance to attend this year, look no further than Minneapolis’ own Southwest High School.