Under a European copyright law, the oft-bootlegged recordings were issued in a limited three-disc collection.
The annual festival, usually in Utah, will switch to virtual and remote sites in 2021, including Minneapolis.
The organization will continue to develop new work in a home in south Minneapolis.
Part-Christmas tree, part-mannequin, works at the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery explore Black culture.
Dig if you will the icicles, the moose, the snowflakes and more at the drive-through Glow Holiday Festival at the State Fairgrounds.
Twin Cities museums will be closed for at least four weeks.
Zach Curtis, once a mainstay on Twin Cities stages, will take over theater company near Binghamton, N.Y.
Students and recent alumni sell their artworks for $1-$1500 through a giant, searchable database.
Remembering Bruce Swedien, the father of Twin Cities recording studios and Michael Jackson's engineer
In 1953, he founded Minneapolis' (still-operating) premier studio before working with Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand and Miles Davis.
The song is expected on the first album starring the hit-making Minneapolis producer-songwriters as recording artists.
Fixation -- a book with broad application
Books for each compared
Xochi de la Luna's two-night performance will be Friday and Saturday at Chicago & Lake in Minneapolis.
Nonpartisan voter turnout initiative distributes 40,000 artist-made buttons and stickers.
Minneapolis music hero Tony Glover's archives to be auctioned including rare interviews with Dylan, Hendrix
The collection includes records, autographed books by Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, and signed correspondence from Joan Baez, Jim Morrison and Bob Dylan.
An entertaining peanut feeder
Friction holds it together
Latest Sack Cartoon
Can we not talk about it for a while? It seems a strange request, because we don’t talk about it much, specifically. It’s like…
She was removed quietly from an elaborate, three-story dollhouse at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. But the mysterious disappearance of the tiny doll — a…
A man sits alone in his living room, immersed in an inner dialogue about his depression. In a dark forest, foreboding creatures approach, only their…
Inspired Conversations: Race & Equity features Marisa Miakonda Cummings, president of the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
Good to better upcoming
Birds don't like it any better than people do.
"Lu's Jukebox" kicks off Oct. 22 with a Tom Petty tribute, followed by salutes to Southern soul, 1960s country, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and holiday tunes.
SooVAC gallery reopens with three new exhibitions about the Black experience, masculinity and abstraction
The Minneapolis gallery requires masks and is open at reduced capacity and hours.
The COVID-friendly event is outdoors and socially distanced.