Recent content from Kristin Tillotson
Annie Sprinkle leads an "ecosexual" walking tour of Walker Art Center during its all-night Valentine's party.
Charles Brin loved Edgar Allan Poe's "The Telltale Heart." An actor and co-founder of KFAI Fresh Air Radio and longtime host of the weekly program…
Who knew you could make a career as a paperback photographer? Enterprising Elisabeth Ansley of Plymouth is doing just that, from Stephen King to Nora Roberts.
Marlon James and Dave Eggers will appear at St. Paul program's fundraiser.
Known for fighting bias in the art world, the feminist agitators arrive in Minnesota for a series of events.
The quip-spewing guy behind a multishow singles event calls the Twin Cities a hothouse of romantic possibility.
Review: A president and a rock god road-trip through personal and national identity issues in "Out There" opener.
Minnesotans are at the forefront of the rush to Cuba after Obama's diplomatic thaw.
The Walker's annual series features a historic odd couple, a man wounded by a sniper and more.
Minneapolis-bred wiseacre Lizz Winstead has no shortage of material for her year-in-review show.
Caroline Amplatz's gift will go toward rehab of the 1888 building in the Cowles Center complex.
A beginners' ballroom contest for Twin Cities kids was more fun — and more real — than any reality TV show.
REVIEW: In the new comedy "Sisters," Tina Fey and Amy Poehler overindulge in just about everything but subtlety.
St. Paul Chamber Orchestra sold out all shows in its new hall and set a record for ticket revenue.
Why battle the mall crowds when you can lace up and enjoy the day, Minnesota-style?
REVIEW: Bryan Cranston gives blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo his due in a surprisingly fun biopic.
One of the local theater scene's biggest VIPs has never appeared on stage – and he likes it that way.
The "Breaking Bad" star dons a handlebar mustache and First Amendment zeal to play the blacklisted screenwriter.
Pulitzer-winning Talking Volumes guest Stacy Schiff reveals the sensational scandal of the colonial Salem witch trials, the subject of her latest book..
Actor Carey Mulligan and screenwriter Abi Morgan savor experience — and message — of "Suffragette."
REVIEW: "Suffragette" resparks a forgotten history lesson – how ordinary women waged war to gain the vote.
Review: A homemade prison can't defeat an abducted young mother's drive to free herself and her young boy in the indie gem "Room."
Night Vale, the locale of a cult-hit podcast, is one strange, intriguing little community in the desert Southwest. The spinoff book is just as engrossing.
Our first Talking Volumes guest talks about his new novel, his animus for online culture and his tendency to attract controversy.
AC2 — aka Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper — take their high-profile friendship on the road in a freewheeling live show Saturday at the State Theatre.
AC2 — aka Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen — take their high-profile friendship on the road in a freewheeling live show Saturday at the State.
Young Minneapolis composer Jake Runestad connects with the struggles of war veterans in "Dreams of the Fallen."
Harper Lee's tale may be best known as a novel and movie, but it promises fresh insights on stage in a Guthrie production opening Friday.
After a splashy Minnesota Orchestra debut last year with the "Rach 3," pianist Natasha Paremski will tackle Tchaikovsky next.
REVIEW: Jesse Eisenberg plays a baked store clerk who's amazed to discover he's a special agent in "American Ultra."
REVIEW: The irrepressible heroine of "The Diary of a Teenage Girl" goes down some dark paths, lightly.
The wide-ranging movie actor talks "American Ultra," "The End of the Tour" and his new short-story collection.
Being America's most famous sex therapist might seem a substantial enough accomplishment for any résumé. But before she earned those laurels, Dr. Ruth Westheimer was a sharpshooter with the Israeli army.
The free hourlong performance on the Mississippi in north Minneapolis is part of the third annual Riverfront Fest, designed to help revitalize an underused portion of the Mississippi corridor.
With Igudesman & Joo, the music is virtuosic and the comedy sidesplitting.
The main artery of W. Broadway is in the middle of an artistic and culinary renaissance.
Delivering a '70s-style variety show with a polka-band beat, "Hoopla Train" is bound for small towns throughout Minnesota.
Conductor and pianist Andrew Litton, Minnesota Orchestra's "summer cousin," returns.
Four literary powerhouses and a pair of podcast writers will be guests for the upcoming Talking Volumes season.
From violin prodigy to Miss America to TV news star, Anoka native Gretchen Carlson reveals in a new memoir how she has dealt with sexism, a stalker and those cringeworthy "SNL" spoofs.
Fathers and daughters on some of television's best shows reflect the more honest relationships of their nonfictional counterparts.
Braids flying, sticks scooping, American Indian lacrosse players of all ages bring back a tradition that's more than a game.
Park Square brings back its popular Holmes and Watson duo to investigate bloody murder on the Mississippi during the St. Paul Winter Carnival.
Skylark Opera stages the rarely performed "La Rondine" and "Putting It Together" for its eighth summer festival.
One Voice Mixed Chorus stages a musical exploration of LGBT acceptance.
The women's prison dramedy "Orange Is the New Black" holds viewers captive.
Bud Kraehling didn't have a meteorology degree. But for nearly 50 years, his was the weather forecast that Minnesotans trusted.Kraehling, who died Wednesday night at…
Former colleagues of 50-year WCCO weatherman Bud Kraehling, who died Wednesday at 96, share some memories: Don Shelby, former news anchor who began as a…
Poliça and Kid Koala are among guests for 2015-16 season for experimental series that blends genres and art forms.
It is the only place that the public can view the endangered species outside of the Hawaiian Islands.
The St. Paul duo behind a Michael Jackson tribute show won't stop till they get enough.
Popular YA authors Cassandra Clare and Holly Black have teamed up to launch a five-book fantasy series about a boy reluctant to use his superpowers.
Azar Nafisi, author of "Reading Lolita in Tehran" and a guest at Talking Volumes on Nov. 5, views fiction as "the moral guardian of the American dream."
At Park Square, "The Language Archive" explores communication troubles between lovers.
Residency grants have allowed two local women the luxury of calling one theater home for three years.
The Minnesota-made online series "Theater People" deftly spoofs the professional and personal lives of stage actors. This show just might have legs.
Nothing gets more faces pressed to glass than the irresistible pull of the youngest animals. "We could have a brand-new big animal and the babies will still get more visitor interaction and online photos," one Minnesota Zoo keeper says.
Museum visits not only influence what we learn, but how we learn.
Festival season roars in this weekend with three biggies. Here's how to decide which one is right for you.
The wildly creative Finnish violinist begins his tenure in September 2016.
House leaders aim to eliminate film subsidies as a report questions their economic benefits.
Thanks to recent efforts to woo youth to Minnesota museums, the stereotype of the long-suffering teenager on a forced march, slouching past priceless sculptures and paintings, seems as antiquated as an Etruscan bust.
A behind-the-scenes peek at preparations for the Minnesota Zoo's "Big Bugs" reveals the stagecraft involved in a show-stopping exhibit.
A young Minneapolis woman represents a country she's never been to in the documentary "Miss Tibet."
Check out Greater Minnesota’s coolest history museums, from a beautifully preserved G.A.R. Hall to an award-winning exhibit on the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
In charge of keeping apparel and home goods affordably stylish, Julie Guggemos puts the "Tar-zhay" in Target without leaving behind her down-home roots.
First full season following lockout is long on traditional repertory.
The brouhaha will be remembered at various events this week.
Composer Jake Heggie takes VocalEssence through a new kind of looking glass.
The brouhaha began over some paper towels. The towels were tinged with human blood, used in a live act by a radical HIV-positive artist in…
Lineup features plenty of variety and local talent.
In town for a two-night "Wits" gig, the social media star and "Star Trek" icon's current passion is the Broadway musical he's mounting this fall.
"Star Trek" and social media star George Takei is in town for "Wits."
Highlights of 11 recitals and chamber concerts also include Patricia Kopatchinskaja's new group, quartet-lab.
Two Minnesotans talk about their challenges in creating sets for the Oscar favorite.
More from Star Tribune