Here's what Twin Cities movers and makers told us.
A homegrown project at Minneapolis Institute of Art has spread nationwide — and beyond — as museums confront their colonial past.
After puppets and poetry, theater and film, artist Junauda Petrus is releasing her first young adult novel about two queer, black teenagers.
A singer herself, Minnesota Opera's Priti Gandhi sees diversity as a way to "open people's imaginations" — not to mention a matter of survival.
With "Rooted," Maia Maiden sought to create a dance showcase for artists of color. Now it's the heart of a weekend-long fest at the Ordway.
FUN FOR FAMILIES
The mother of all corn mazes just got bigger; plus visits from Elmo and Baby Shark, and a host of harvest-themed activities.
As she returns for two big gigs, her former cohorts in the Twin Cities music scene take stock of her impact — locally, and now industrywide.
Theatre Elision specializes in offbeat musicals with female characters.
Big names in entertainment are calling sitcom writer Tracey Ashley one of the smartest voices in comedy. But Minnesotans already knew that.
Mister Rogers is back in the neighborhood, with Tom Hanks in the role. Director Marielle Heller thinks we need the TV legend more than ever.