Arts Blogger, Minnesota Public Radio
Marianne Combs blogs about arts and culture for Minnesota Public Radio news.
minnesota.publicradio.org — by Tom Crann, Minnesota Public Radio ST. PAUL, Minn. - The pressure to cook is enormous. For people who don't cook, it can be shaming. One person who is responsible for that shame is Lynne Rosetto Kasper, host of The Splendid Table and cookbook author, is here to talk about not cooking.
minnesota.publicradio.org — by Euan Kerr, Minnesota Public Radio ST. PAUL, Minn. - Twin Cities writer Ethan Rutherford's tales range from the voyage of a Confederate submarine, to a science fiction saga about hunting for whales in the middle of a desert. The short stories in Rutherford's collection "The Peripatetic Coffin" involve journeys and they seldom end well.
minnesota.publicradio.org — Posted at 12:01 AM on May 17, 2013 by Euan Kerr ( 0 Comments) Filed under: Dance, Jazz, Museums, Music, Theater Philip Bither may have done the unforgivable in announcing the Walker's 2013-2014 performing arts season - he's named a favorite. "Uh-oh, you caught me on that - don't tell any of the other artists" he laughs.
blog.thecurrent.org — Artwork by Andrew Kiekhafer for Grumpy's Northeast As its name suggests, Art-A-Whirl is a celebration of all of the talented artists who live and work in Northeast Minneapolis. In addition to the hundreds of visual and fine artists who will open their galleries and studios to the public this weekend, Art-A-Whirl also has a huge musical component, with dozens of bands lining up to play free shows throughout the neighborhood.
twitter.com — Sen. Dibble blows a kiss toward his husband before voting for the samesex marriage bill. #mnmarriage #mnleg @MPRnews pic.twitter.com/JPEB31joW4
minnesota.publicradio.org — Posted at 2:31 PM on May 10, 2013 by Marianne Combs ( 0 Comments) Filed under: Arts management, Funding, Music As the Minnesota Orchestra' s lockout continues, it's creating a backlog of grant money intended for projects that have been stalled.
minnesota.publicradio.org — After a punishing contract dispute and a five-month lockout, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra returned to the stage last night for the first time since musicians and management reached a labor settlement. On the surface the concert was all about the music, but underneath, raw emotions remain.
live.mprnews.org — Crowd gathers in advance of House vote on same-sex marriage by Matt Sepic, Minnesota Public RadioMay 8, 2013 ST. PAUL, Minn. - Big crowds are expected at the Minnesota Capitol Thursday as the Minnesota House prepares to vote on a bill to legalize same-sex marriage.
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