As gardens grow, the elegant one in downtown St. Paul came on fast. Two artists grow a conceptual garden in the Minnesota Museum of American Art. Updated Mar. 26, 2015
Steven Dietz's “Shooting Star,” which opens Friday in St. Paul, plumbs the emotions of the road not taken.
Since its 1977 Broadway premiere, the musical "Annie," about a plucky orphan and her friends, certainly has been a steady presence.
The brouhaha began over some paper towels.The towels were tinged with human blood, used in a live act by a...
Mary Griggs Burke’s bequest will elevate its Japanese collection into the top tier of U.S. museums. It includes 700 pieces of rare Japanese and Korean art, spanning 5,000 years, along with a $12.5 million endowment.
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Italian escapologist Andrew Basso, who has toured the world as part of “The Illusionists” and will perform at the Ordway starting this week, talks about his life, near-death experiences and the meaning of magic.
Updated Mar. 22, 2015
As he returns to run the NBC News Group, Andy Lack faces one of the same puzzles he tried to solve a decade and a half ago: how to make MSNBC work.
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