Recent content from Jenna Ross
With New Yorkers now at the helm of the formerly Minne-centric "Live From Here" and "The Splendid Table," some feel a sense of loss.
The nonprofit behind it, which lost money on the event for years, announced steps to sort out its future.
Fast Eddie's has been fixing shoes in the same small Dinkytown workshop for decades.
Babies are the target audience for a Minnesota Opera work that dares to think small.
Struggling for a subject, an agnostic Minneapolis painter found his purpose in the King James Bible.
The cost-cutting measure comes after the orchestra lost major sources of corporate funding.
Wherever he goes, this Rochester maestro builds community around his passion for song.
"The business model for midsize arts organizations just doesn't work anymore," Heart of the Beast's executive director says.
As corporate giving is steered elsewhere, "the future is a little scary for the arts sector," says the author of a recent study.
Modern dance meets African-American culture — on skates — in the work of Twin Cities troupe Brownbody.